variate


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variate

[′ver·ē·ət]
(mathematics)
(statistics)
The numerical value of a measurement to be used for statistical handling.
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The first variate, characterized by diffuse identity status, an adverse view of the past, and a tendency to not look toward the future, only partially matched our expectations.
Thus, the shape was taken from the first canonical variate axis showing the highest eigenvalue since the largest eigenvalues correspond to the dimensions that have the strongest correlation in the data set.
A Canonical Variate Analysis was then able to identify a contrast of a few slot machines that maximized the separation between these groups.
Tables 4 through 13 show the correlation of each variable with its canonical variate, by economic sector.
The personal standards subscale of the Sport-MPS had a moderate positive loading on the perfectionism variate of the second canonical function (see Table 4).
However, there exists a large number of decision criteria providing the conditional quantile as the optimal control variate.
Only the first pair of canonical variates accounted for the significant relation between the two sets of variables.
Overall (Table 4), the two CCANN models performed better than the Huber method, the local volume table method and the control variate methods, using one and two measurement points (V_1 and V_2) respectively.
2) the testing of significant variate pairs (which variate pairs are significant and worthy of interpretation?
The first canonical variate accounted for 18% of the overlapping variance and had canonical correlation of .
Samples from the North Bering Sea and Bristol Bay were separated along canonical variate one.
Canonical variate 1 (CV1) at the Pt scale has a canonical r of 0.