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nondirectional

[¦nän·di′rek·shən·əl]
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Directional anomaly was examined through cumulatively summing the data (mean shift), and nondirectional effects were analysed with [chi square].
There was no significant difference between the number of spikes produced per displacement of nondirectional neurons and directional neurons when displaced in their "best" direction (Students t-test, P > 0.
We report one-tailed p-values for those tests associated with directional predictions and two-tailed p-values for tests associated with nondirectional predictions.
A nondirectional test of signifi cance (t-test) between the two correlation statistics (0.
consistencies in order in nondirectional, bidirectional, and unidirectional chunks).
Since the impact testing is nondirectional, it does not illustrate the anisotropic character of the films, i.
It often has been assumed that nondirectional variation in such differences, referred to as fluctuating asymmetry (FA), may be purely environmentally controlled (Palmer et al.
The second class of hypotheses involves nondirectional changes (coexistence is implied) in relative abundances of beech and sugar maple.
It is a nondirectional print, adapted from a 19th-century French design.
Since the F-statistic is nondirectional, that is a conservative test of the demobilization hypothesis.
It not only is less claustrophobic, it also enables better air circulation and light distribution - provided lighting runs either perpendicular to the stacks or is set in a nondirectional pattern on the ceiling.
Accordingly, Diamond proposes to count all the cases of difference between each given trope verse and all others, collate the results in a table, and construct a nondirectional line diagram showing the connections between each source and the one or several others with which it differs the least.