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ordinally

(ˈɔːdɪnəlɪ)
adj
from an ordinal point of view
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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.
Note: AUCs were calculated using ordinally transformed delays
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.
In the present framework, the magnitude of change needs to be ordinally related to severity--so a greater magnitude constitutes a more severe effect.
Therefore, a combined approach was chosen for the calculation, in which all data were transformed into ordinally scaled classes 1 to 5, with class 1 representing low impact on vulnerability and class 5 high impact.
If the variables in y are only ordinally significant, [g.
Alternatively, assuming that happiness scores are ordinally comparable would justify the estimation with ordered probit or ordered logit.
Ordinally ranked, the categories included: (1) no action/release; (2) suggest, persuade, request and negotiate; (3) command and threaten the suspect to do something; (4) interrogation and search; and (5) arrest.
The samples of the Specular Gloss, the DOI, and the OP scales were ordinally ranked, in the light cabinet, from best to worst appearance, according to visual difference values ([DELTA][E.