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ordinally

(ˈɔːdɪnəlɪ)
adj
from an ordinal point of view
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(7) According to the theory, all that is necessary to make predictions in the basic model is that demand curves slope down and supply curves slope up, that some observable parameter has changed, and that the effects of the change can be measured ordinally. (8) The neoclassical model has tremendous predictive power in this regard.
When the patients were clustered ordinally by twenty, the difference has lost the significance (P = 0.054); however, an increasing trend has been noticed [Graph 1].
We treated the lead variables in two ways in the Cox proportional hazard models: a) we log-transformed the lead variables on the natural scale and calculated HRs together with 95% confidence intervals (CIs) for the occurrence of POAG for a 10-fold increase in each lead variable (five participants for tibia lead and three participants for patella lead were excluded due to negative values); and b) we categorized the lead variables into four quartiles, calculated HRs for POAG by each quartile, and tested the significance of a linear trend across the quartiles (each quartile was ordinally coded 1, 2, 3, or 4).
Participants were ordinally partitioned into four groups based on the number of stages completed for secondary analysis.
Whilst RII aims at ordinally arranging variables in terms of importance, i.e., assessing the significance of each item in the index and assessing the dimension with highest significance.
state ordinally that Adam has greater A-motivation than Betty and
Medication usage for the last 12 months was ordinally categorized into "never," "sometimes," "less than 2 months," "more than 2 months," and "daily."
In fact, for current teams, white is ordinally last for 112 of the 122 teams.
These discussions can be systematized using a semi-quantitative scale that ordinally maps the increase in value satisfaction for each stakeholder if a proposed design was brought to market.
In the proof of adjudicative facts in the American legal system, they are not formally defined at all; the Federal Rules of Evidence, for example, recognize that there is something called "probative value," (10) but they provide no mechanism for measuring it either cardinally or ordinally. The broad category "rationality" may be all that we have or need to describe these principles of weight or significance.
Five types and sizes of loads are ordinally applied to the rotor system through a brake to the system, as shown in Table 2.