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covary

(ˌkəʊˈvɛərɪ)
vb (intr)
(Statistics) statistics to vary in correlation with another related variant
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ANCOVA: analysis of covariance is used to control the effects of other continuous variables when they covary with the dependent variable.
one for essay quality, one for student ability, and one for instructor competence) were allowed to covary due to the expectation that that a general method effect would cause these indicators to covary.
Objective: Under pace-of-life syndrome (POLS) hypothesis, physiological, behavioural, and life history traits covary along the slowfast pace-of-life axis.
It was found that as the mat densities covary, volumetric specific heat values are independent of the mixing ratios (ANCOVA, P = 0.
While tethering does not quantify absolute mortality, the technique has been widely applied to study predation risk under the assumption that methodological artifacts do not covary among habitats (Linehan el al.
The wavelet coherence analysis is capable of identifying regions in time-frequency domain where the two time series covary.
CRABP1 protein concentration does covary with p75NTR protein concentration in native human neuroblastoma cell lines.
Therefore, the error terms for these items were allowed to covary, generating the adjusted unifactor model.
Following the two-phase modeling approach, the measurement model in which all latent factors are allowed to covary was first examined and the fit indices were: [chi square] (33, N = 125) =83.
When you covary for depression, these findings remain," Dr.
Additionally, to control for sample of participant, we allowed sample to covary with all of the variables.
Interestingly, because the traits they used did not predictably covary, adding characters reduced accuracy.