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variate

[′ver·ē·ət]
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(statistics)
The numerical value of a measurement to be used for statistical handling.
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The personal standards subscale of the Sport-MPS-2--considered by many perfectionism theorists as a central indicator of perfectionistic strivings in sport (see Stoeber & Madigan, 2016)--had moderate to strong positive loadings on both perfectionism variates (Table 3).
To interpret a characteristic root, Tabachnick and Fidell (2013) recommended assessing (a) the composition of each of the variates--and the variance shared between the original variables and the variates on which they load--by examining the raw canonical correlation coefficients, (b) the percentage of variance in the dependent variate explained by the independent variate, (c) the standardized canonical correlation coefficients of the skills variate to ascertain the relative contributions of each of the skills to the interrelated skills set, and (d) the cross-canonical correlation coefficients to ascertain contributions of each of the skills as they individually predicted the dependent variate (Hair, Anderson, Tatham, & Black, 1998).
(1936) Relations between Two Sets of Variates. Biometrika 28, 312-377.
Correlations, Standardized Canonical Coefficients, Canonical Correlations, Percentage of Variances, and Redundancies between the Statistics Anxiety and Motivational Beliefs and Their Canonical Variates First Canonical Second Canonical Variate Variate Statistics Anxiety Set r Coef.
The PDFs closed-form issue has been circumvented by generating complex samples for Nakagami-m variates, whose marginal PDFs are given in closed-form, and then applying the appropriate transformation of variables as in (10), from which the [alpha]-[mu] samples result.
Canonical variates 1 2 Canonical correlation 0.841 0.660 Chi-square 620 311 Degree of freedom 24 11 Significant level 0.000 0.000 Biological parameter (unit) E.
Basic Control Antithetic Hybrid K M algorithm variates variates algorithm 80 1000 0.6548 0.3167 0.4248 0.1047 10000 0.2079 0.1012 0.1334 0.0342 100000 0.0657 0.0312 0.0428 0.0114 100 1000 0.4671 0.2317 0.3323 0.0112 10000 0.1502 0.0689 0.1098 0.0248 100000 0.0478 0.0219 0.0355 0.0077 120 1000 0.2843 0.1418 0.2454 0.0456 10000 0.0929 0.0437 0.0850 0.0152 100000 0.0298 0.0136 0.0276 0.0049
The purpose of this paper is to give a generalization of the matrix variate gamma distribution and study its properties.
Table 3 shows the seven canonical functions of the relationship between emerging Islamic markets and developed markets, yielded three pairs of statistically significant canonical variates. Wilks's Lamda, indicates that only the first three canonical correlations are significantly different from 0 with p-value<.05.
Structural Coefficients, Canonical Correlations, Percentage of Variances, and Redundancies Between the Predictor Variables and ADMS, and Their Canonical Variates Predicator Canonical variates [chi].sup.1] [chi square] [chi].sup.3] AGQ-R Mastery approach .66 # -.19 -.44 Mastery avoidance .29 .80 # .15 Performance approach .87 # .01 -.29 Performance avoidance .57 # .50 # -.45 WRADS Report classmates .37 .13 .46 Report friends .53 # -.16 .67 # Variance percentage 33.74 16.17 19.31 Redundancy 4.57 0.99 0.77 [rho] (canonical [[rho].sub [[rho].sub [[rho].sup correlation) .1] = .37 .2] = .25 .3] = .20 [[rho].sup.2] .14 0.06 0.04 [rho] .001 .001 0.04 Criterion variables Canonical variates [[eta].
We organized the 257 specimens into one sample for a principal components analysis (PCA) and 13 samples for a canonical variate analysis (CVA) to search for patterns of geographic variation.