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Standardized Coefficient


any of the statistical indicators used to eliminate differences when comparing aggregates of different composition. Thus, a comparison of mortality indicators for persons in two different occupations may be complicated by a difference in the age structure. To eliminate the influence of this difference on mortality coefficients, the same age structure is arbitrarily adopted for both groups; standardized coefficients characterizing the mortality indicators for both groups are then calculated, and the indicators can then be compared. For this purpose, average mortality indicators by age are computed for both occupations using the same age group weighting.

Methods of greater complexity for obtaining standardized coefficients also exist. In demographic statistics, standardized coefficients are also used in comparing different indicators, for example, indicators on births and marriages. The coefficients need not be confined to comparisons by occupation; they can also be used with, for example, territories and time periods. In economic statistics, indicators similar to standardized coefficients are used in, for example, calculations in which the same product sets are used for two periods being compared.


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In order to sustain the hypotheses, the standardized coefficients, the CR, and the p-value below 0.05 were examined (Hair, Black, Babin, & Anderson, 2010).
This table reports parameter estimates ([beta]) for testing hypotheses and standardized coefficients ([[beta].sub.s]) as well.
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Regarding importance of the variables, the nominal scale variable WD_1 (single or double window) had the standardized coefficients (beta) value of 0.914 and t value of 17.746, which indicated excessively strong effects.
[R.sub.muscles] (muscles = PM, AD, MD, PD), the standardized coefficients between the strength at elbow and the activation of muscles (pectoralis major(PM), anterior deltoid (AD), intermediate deltoid (MD), posterior deltoid (PD)); [R.sub.muscles] (muscles = BB, TB, BR), the standardized coefficients between the strength at shoulder and the activation of muscles (biceps brachii (BB), triceps brachii (TB), brachioraialis (BR)).
Table 13 presents non-standardized and standardized coefficients of regression of the internal organizational characteristics and external factors on the acceptance of mobile payment technologies by distribution network companies.
After adjustment for age, sex, MS score, MS and its components each other, and drug using, multivariate linear stepwise regression analysis showed that only MS score and its components of elevated fasting glucose were significantly associated with the Gensini score (standardized coefficients, 0.103, P = 0.009 for MS score, and standardized coefficients, 0.101, P = 0.031 for elevated fasting glucose) [Table 7].{Table 7}
As indicated in Table 2, model (1) was the best fit model for FRAP, indicating that FRAP was significantly linearly correlated with TPC and TAC ([R.sup.2] = 0.93, P < 0.05), of which 93% of FRAP variation was dependent on these factors, while the effect of TPC on FRAP was higher than that of TAC due to the standardized coefficients of TPC and TAC, 0.861 and 0.227, respectively.
With respect to Autocracy and Anocracy, the standardized coefficients for Autocracy are smaller than those for Anocracy in Model 1 and Model 3 but bigger in other models.
The standardized coefficients, canonical correlation (r), squared canonical correlation ([r.sup.2]) and statistical test (F) to canonical pairs between egg production and reproductive traits are on table 2.
ExpropriationRisk, FraserPRIndex, HeritagePRIndex, and RuleLaw are all statistically significant at the 1 percent level and exert a similar positive impact on GDP2010, with standardized coefficients ranging from 0.39 to 0.52.
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