colinearity


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colinearity

[kō‚lin·ē′ar·əd·ē]
(cell and molecular biology)
The relationship between the linear sequence of codons in deoxyribonucleic acid and the order of amino acids in the polypeptide product that it specifies. Also spelled collinearity.
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Given that this regression model showed problems of colinearity due to the relationship between the different addictions, a stratified analysis was performed to detect the presence or non-presence of addiction to alcohol and cocaine.
228 Coefficients (a) Colinearity Variables p-value statistics Tolerance VIF (Constante) .
Dysmorphic osseous characteristics of the sacrum include colinearity of the upper portion of the sacrum and the iliac crests, presence of mammillary bodies at the sacral ala, noncircular anterior sacral foramina, residual upper sacral discs etc.
The VIF factor in all cases is smaller than 5 showing negligible colinearity between predictors.
Moreover, the normal distribution of residuals seems fitting except a small rigidity on the left tail of the distribution and the colinearity test did not showed any problems with the variables.
Dummy variables had been omitted due to a risk of colinearity which has made convergence of the optimization algorithms impossible.
Colinearity among factor questions was reviewed and found to be at acceptably low levels.
To account for colinearity, a correlation matrix of all continuous variables was calculated for each species.
573 was obtained, it being concluded that there is a tolerable level of colinearity (Levine, Berenson, & Stephan, 2000).
These ratios indicate absence of colinearity among the explanatory variables of the first model.
The high number of linear type traits, as well as the high degree of interrelations and colinearity between them (Montovani et al.