Naperian logarithms

See under Logarithms.

See also: Napierian

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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With the aim of bringing the values closer together and diminishing the variability among the data gathered in this study, the resource of Naperian logarithms (which is frequently used in statistical analysis) was applied, with the aim of obtaining a relationship that was more linear, since such relationships are easier to analyze.
Thus, it could be seen from the dispersion graph (Graph 1) that the relationship between the metabolic activity of the mandible ([R.sub.1]) and the CTX values among the diseased individuals (both expressed in the form of Naperian logarithms) presented statistical significance, with a descriptive level of p = 0.067 for this sample of 26 diseased patients.
the Naperian logarithm of [R.sub.1], presented a statistically significant linear relationship with Ln(CTx) (Naperian logarithm of CTx) (p = 0.067) and with the T-score (p = 0.018), as can be seen in the summary of the inferential results (Table 4).