corelation


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corelation

(ˌkəʊrɪˈleɪʃən)
n
a correlation
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For his part, Majority Leader Miguel Zubiri observed 'a corelation' of tax hike projecting a drop in consumption.
No corelation was found between the amount of worn protective gear items and the number of injuries ever had due to mountain biking (r = -0.180, p = 0.521).
Although different scales are available to measure depression but psychometric properties of DASS showed better separation in factor loadings as compare to other scales and its tripartite model of depression, anxiety and stress make it possible to differentiate these conditions.7 Unfortunately very few studies have been conducted on CSOM patients to focus the corelation or association of depression with hearing loss all over the world but in local population of Pakistan no authentic data is available which satisfy the sample size of the study, therefore, our objective was to evaluate the correlation of hearing loss with depression, anxiety and stress in patients suffering from chronic suppurative otitis media in local population of Pakistan.
Hasford score corelation analysis result with early molecular response by using Contingency Coefficient acquired a significant correlation with p=0.018; r=0.431 (table 4).
Here, C is the value for analyzing corelation in waveform of input signal and this correlation equals parameters normalized in sub-frames.
The Pearson corelation test was used for data analysis.
First, among the Big Five personality traits, only openness to experience had a positive corelation (r = .276) with foreign language achievement and none of the other personality traits correlated with language achievement.
American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) classification of neo-plastic growth was T3N3M1, endoscopic biopsy corelation was advised.
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Nargesalizadeh et al have reported that there is significant and positive corelation between blood group and group participation.