antilog


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antilog

[′an·ti‚läg]
(mathematics)
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The mean of the antilog of the intercept confidence interval values from Equation 10 resulted in a [NE.
We have calculated the compound growth rate by taking the antilog of P2 and subtracting 1 from it and multiplying the difference by 100.
The antilog of the estimated parameters corresponds to the relative risk (RR) for that factor.
If none of the explanatory variables in the variance function turns out to be statistically significant, the antilog of this estimate is the estimated homoscedastic variance of the regression function.
The real prices of attributes are calculated by taking the antilog of the estimated regression coefficients on the dummy variables, subtracting one, and then multiplying the result by the real mean sale price (for the interpretation of coefficients on dummy variables, see Halvorsen and Palmquist, 1980).
As the model uses the natural log of the prices, the antilog of the predicted values gives price values.
Robert Halvorsen and Raymon Palmquist suggest that taking the antilog of the estimated coefficient and subtracting 1 approximates the relative change in the average value of the dependent variable.
However, the survival model yields a more intuitive explanation of the parameter estimate if the coefficients are related to [lambda] in equation (2), by taking its antilog ([e.
The antilog of the regressions in Table II and III (first two columns) give the expected numbers of products in development and on the market respectively.
The first would be to simply take the antilog and reimburse at the predicted cost.
The trend values for each of the years are calculated by taking the antilog of the exponential trend, i.