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scattergram

[′skad·ər‚gram]
(petrology)

scatter diagram

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scattergram

a diagram produced on a graph to illustrate the relationship between two variables by indicating the values of these for each case in the sample. It may be a first stage in data analysis, allowing ‘eye-balling’ of the data to observe any association or CORRELATION between the variables.
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Figures 4a through 4f are Pearl output scattergrams showing the estimated 90th percentile values of fecal coliform concentrations and their upper limits during open periods of the six problematic stations located in three of the bays during our study.
Scattergrams between urban composition and spatial accessibility (segment angular choice radius 800 m, 2000 m, n) of the route 15 in the local centre of fabijoniskes (the lines of the route marked in red)
Figure 7 depicted the scattergrams with fitted regression lines showing linear relationships between changes in macrobenthic density and physico-chemical parameters of the water.
This result is clearly evident in the residual drying stress V2 trial scattergram shown in Figure 4.
Finally, according to the standard deviation maps and the scattergrams of local standard deviation v.
The standard scores distributions did not present outliers, they showed skewness in a very small number of cases (Trail Making Test--Part A and Part B in all age groups; Words List--Recognition and Elision at ages 1012 and 13-15), and the examination of the scattergrams did not reveal lack of linearity between variables in all the pairs under analysis.
We show how this non-independent analysis grossly inflates correlations, while yielding reassuring-looking scattergrams.
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CE diameter scattergrams clearly illustrate the impact of sonification (see figure 3) showing a reduction in size of the larger particles, to the extent where only a very few remain.
of Southern Maine) discusses levels of data; presenting data tables and figures; mean, median, and mode; standard deviations, ranges, and quartiles; other descriptive statistics; probability and statistical significance; chi-square test of independence; scattergrams and correlation; Spearman's rho, Pearson's r, and correlation; t-test for paired and independent samples; one-way analysis of variance with post hoc tests; and nonparametric alternatives to common parametric tests.
Given that the within-sample relationships between stages are mainly determined by growth processes, which in turn are driven by local food availability and temperature, the "cigar-shaped" edges of the scattergrams in Figure 6 must represent the physiological limits of length and growth for all stages.