# Relationship strength slider

Use the Relationship strength slider to control which related field strengths are displayed on the relationship diagram.

The relationship strength is a measure of how well you can predict one of the fields if you know the other one. If there is a 1:1 relationship between the fields so that if you know the value of one you perfectly know the other, the strength is 100%. If knowing one doesn’t help you at all, then the strength is 0%.

By default, the top nine primary relationships are displayed in the diagram. However, you might want to explore relationships in a different range of strengths. For example, you might want to see relationship strengths that are more than 30% and less than 80%. To do so, move the first node on the slider to 30% and the second node of the slider to 80%.

Relationships with a strength of less than 10% are considered as not relevant from a statistical point of view and are not presented in the diagram.