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statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
vary - be subject to change in accordance with a variable; "Prices vary"; "His moods vary depending on the weather"
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"Breed and morphology in general might be of particular interest as dogs show considerable variability in their skull shape that is known to co-vary with both brain morphology and behaviour."
Drilling activity and rental rates on drilling rigs strongly co-vary with oil prices.
An insurer ought to seek more value from risks whose downside co-vary positively with the overall economy, or with other risks taken on by the insurer, and less value from risks that negatively co-vary.
Investors will then require a premium for taking on risks with payoffs that co-vary strongly with the overall economy, or with the payoff from other risks already taken on by the investors.
28) it appears that these two variables co-vary in the positive direction, but there is no discussion that explains how the US military aid is "causally" related to Turkish public opinion.
Often there are unobservable attributes important to the price of a house that co-vary with the local public good of interest.
Food quality has received less attention, but studies have addressed phenols, N, P, Ca, and K, none of which seem to co-vary with rodent density (Jonasson et al., 1986; Lindroth and Batzli, 1986; Laine and Henttonen, 1987; Oksanen et al., 1987).
Rather, the regression analysis provides the analytical structure for investigating the extent to which outside director tenure characteristics co-vary with financial performance after controlling for the influence of other measures of outside director involvement.
Vitality, a positive subjective feeling of aliveness and well-being, has been hypothesized to "reflect organismic well-being and thus should co-vary with both psychological and somatic factors that impact the energy available to the self" (Ryan and Frederick, 1997, p.
Second, we identify components that contribute substantially to and/or co-vary with [PM.sub.2.5] total mass.