The study aims to investigate the effects of Burdur (Turkey) marble on human health by interpreting their radioactivity concentration (Ra-226,Th-232, and(40)K), radiological hazard parameters, chemical concentration, physical properties, and all data related to these features by using multivariate statistical methods. Chemical and radionuclide analyses were performed on marble samples. The data were interpreted by statistical analysis. According to the regression model, an increase in the concentration of vanadium carried to the environment by hydrothermal waters causes a 4.452-fold higher concentration of(226)Ra. The R(2)value of the model was 0.64 and it was statistically significant. The maximum concentration of(226)Ra in Isparta Davraz Beige sample (M7) exceeded the values of some countries' standards. Except for M7, the analyzed sorts of marble can be used safely in dwellings and public buildings.