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path coefficient

[′path ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(communications)
The ratio of the power transmitted over some designated path to that transmitted over the most direct path.
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The above table represented that anxiety to financial threat shows (path coefficient 0.371, T statistic 6.995 which is higher than 1.96 and p<0.001.
(1990) applied path coefficient analysis and found that kernel weight contributed a lot to yield estimation when there were low numbers of tillers, while under high tillering conditions, number of panicles per square meter was a better predictor of yield.
Correlation and path coefficient analysis for yield components of vegetable soybean in Northeast China.
The path coefficient from an independent variable (X,) derived from the stepwise multiple regression analysis to a dependent variable (Y) was calculated using the following equation (Huo et al.
The Average Path Coefficient (APC) recorded for the model was 0.278, with a P value calculated < 0.001.
According to research findings, path coefficient between these two constructs is 0.464 and t statistics equals 5.349, which is higher than 1.96.
First, H1 is validated (path coefficient = 0.400, t = 5.404) as the perceived value was found to positively impact (+) the intention to disclose information.
According to Chin's (1998) recommendations, a bootstrapping produce using 1000 sub samples was performed to evaluate the statistical significance of each path coefficient. Table 3 showed the hypothesized path coefficients with their bootstrap values, "T" values.
In the third step we compared the path coefficient between the member and nonmember groups by using an independent t test.
Pessimism yielded a statistically significant positive path coefficient to disengagement, disengagement yielded a statistically significant positive path coefficient to negative affect, and negative affect yielded a significant positive path coefficient to activity avoidance.
Path coefficient analysis revealed that plant height, peduncle length, tillers per meter, spikelets per spike, spike weight, number of grains per spike, harvest index and biological yield had positive direct effect on grain yield.
To test the proposed relationships between the constructs, we analyzed the path coefficient and t-value for each path from independent to dependent variable.