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antilog

[′an·ti‚läg]
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As a final supplement to regression results, I included Figure 1 to provide the reader with a visual sense of the gendered effect of body size on income for women and men, after controls, again based on the antilog of predicted log-income estimates for the total sample (Table 2, column 3).
Uncovering the right analogs and antilogs, identifying your most important leaps of faith, and testing a series of hypotheses to inform all five elements of your business model doesn't happen in a single "eureka" moment.
Consequently, their mean and percentile curves on the original scale were obtained by applying antilogs to the calculated curves.
Taking antilogs to examine the (unlogged) response ratios yields an estimate of [[Mu].
Dynamism (volatility) was calculated as the antilogs of the standard error of each regression coefficient from the growth equation calculated for Munificence (Keats & Hitt, 1988).
An alternative methodological explanation is that the standard error of the antilogs of the munificence regression equation is not a good indicator of industry volatility; it is, after all, a statistical artifact.
The antilogs and unadjusted mean values [+ or -] SD of the lipid traits are presented in Tables 2 and 3.
relative mate or host location success) by taking the antilogs of the values and multiplying by the ratio of the total number of individuals in the before- and after-selection samples, respectively.
The 5th and 95th percentiles for each group were determined as the antilogs of the 5th and 95th percentiles of the normally distributed log-transformed data.
When GC-MS vs FPIA was compared with GC-MS vs HPLC, it became apparent that the above-mentioned ranges of percentages for the two comparisons were virtually the same size for fasting tHcy concentrations, but that HPLC showed a larger negative mean proportional bias (the antilog of the mean difference calculated from log-transformed data) than FPIA.