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multivariable

(ˌmʌltɪˈvɛərɪəbəl)
adj
having, involving or relying upon two or more variables, esp in statistics
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Setting a diagnosis is a multitest or multivariable process of estimating and updating the diagnostic probability of disease presence given combinations of test results.
The company says, as a result, customers can gain further value from the multivariable features of Micro Motion meters for custody transfer measurement, in addition, customers can eliminate the need for a densitometer and the need to calibrate or recalibrate for different densities and viscosities.
This hands-on guide also covers sequences and series, with introductions to multivariable calculus, differential equations, and numerical analysis.
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Multivariable model-building; a pragmatic approach to regression analysis based on fractional polynomials for continuous variables.
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Control Microsys-tems says by combining the Rosemount Multivariable transmitter with its SCADAPack series of PLC/RTUs and RealFLO gas flow computer firmware, the combination will provide an optimum high performance, flexible control and measurement solution for the oil and gas industry.
1318) describe an approach for one study site, Worcester County, Massachusetts, for which they developed a multivariable, vulnerability-based method for spatial sampling consisting of two descriptive indices: a hazards/stressors exposure index and an adaptive capacity/sociodemographic character index.
Multivariable modeling and multivariate analysis for the behavioral sciences.
This second edition offers expanded coverage of covariate-adjusted survival functions, new discussion of variable selection with multivariable fractional polynomials, and the use of the Worchester Heart Attack Study as the main modeling data set for illustrating concepts and techniques.