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unimodal

[‚yü·nə′mōd·əl]
(statistics)
Referring to a distribution with only one mode.
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Species evenness was unimodally related to the main coenocline (Figure 7(c)).
The histograms also show that both the original and the optimized four-line portfolios are unimodally distributed.
Users have a strong preference to interact multimodally rather than unimodally, although this preference is most pronounced in spatial application domains [10].
Plant species richness varied unimodally with increasing dune age [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5A OMITTED].
In addition, Arnold's (1979) test for clusters was applied and demonstrates that the data are neither unimodally nor uniformly distributed (i.e., clusters do exist).
The indices we included as a response variable were fish and aquatic insect assemblage similarity indices, and [P.sub.i] and [P.sub.c,] which were not unimodally distributed.