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Noun1.cross-classification - classification according to more than one attribute at the same time; "the cross-classification of cases was done by age and sex"
categorisation, categorization, sorting, classification - the basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories
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He assumes prior exposure to linear regression, correlation, analysis of variance, and cross-classification tables.
This study estimates program effects (English immersion versus primary language instruction using varying degrees of Spanish) upon English and Spanish word identification in the context of changing classrooms (cross-classification) from kindergarten through second grade.
Another approach is to treat each condition and combination of conditions observed in the data as its own separate entity when calculating counterfactuals (i.e., complete cross-classification).
A cross-classification procedure is one of the fundamental pairwise comparison techniques used to compare two images of qualitative data (Eastman 1995).
This "cross-classification" is carried out by the labelling body, an industry organisation authorised by the Minister of Internal Affairs to rate unrestricted films, and issue classification labels.
Table 5 shows the cross-classification of synoptic and mesoscale categories.
Due to the nominal level of measurement, cross-classification analysis was run to obtain differences, if any, between a series of independent variables thought to be associated with our dependent variable-student sexual value system.
The moisture and temperature zone maps were combined by the cross-classification module in IDRISI for Windows Ver.1 (IDRISI Project, Clark University) to develop a single map reflecting seasonal climate patterns and its local response to variation in the terrain.
In his discussion of this approach he sets out a cross-classification of industrial relations actors that is capable of generating "practically every issue of interest to industrial relations" (p.
Because preliminary data for 1996 were not available for race/ethnicity cross-classification, the most recent data for non-Hispanic white females were for 1995.
The poverty incidence differentiated according to household characteristics is further analysed by means of cross-classification and logit analysis in Section V.
These were combined with a revised version of the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (NOICC) cross-classification between the secondary vocational service areas and the census occupations and industries, as described above.(2) An occupation was classified as being in a business occupation if the NOICC cross-classification indicated it matched business-support training, and an occupation was classified as being in a T&I occupation if the NOICC cross-classification indicated it matched T&I training.