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multivariate

The use of multiple variables in a forecasting model.
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The shape of the mandible was determined following the tools of GM which combine the powerful and flexible tools of multivariate statistics with explicit consideration of spatial relations of parts making it possible to investigate morphological variation [3].
The McMaster Chemical Engineering Department has provided helpful advice and encouragement and has been the source of graduate level courses centred on multivariate statistics, control, and optimization methods.
mean and range, then a section on parametric statistics (t-test, regression), a section on non-parametric statistics and one that we seldom encounter where multivariate statistics are covered.
His last published paper (Tiedeman, 1996), a review of a collection of applied multivariate statistics papers, included the admonition that we all need to "cultivate and master multivariate statistics more today than ever" (p.
Mathematical formulas flow through the chapters showing structural equations and tables showing multivariate statistics.
The most influential course was Doug Glasnapp's multivariate statistics.
The committee was composed of three categories of researchers: those with no prior research record in this area, but with strong methodological skills in multivariate statistics and measurement (Haertel and Linn); those with some research record in the area (Borman, Hanushek, and Welner); and those with an extensive record in the area (Schofield and Trent).
Data were analyzed using univariate, bivariate, and multivariate statistics.
Multivariate statistics are then applied to microarray data to identify groups of genes that respond concurrently to chemical exposures.
We will use the "#" to distinguish the analogous multivariate statistics from the univariate sums of squares, mean squares, or F statistics.
Multiple-authored articles whose authors used multivariate statistics also increased from zero to 59.
His chief methodological research interests are in the foundations of statistics, multivariate statistics, and the interface between computer science and statistics.

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