semilog


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sem·i·log

 (sĕm′ē-lôg′, -lŏg′, sĕm′ī-)
adj.
Semilogarithmic.

semilog

(ˈsɛmɪˌlɒɡ)
adj
short for semilogarithmic
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Results are shown for the semilog functional form (dependent variable = In (PRICE)).
f) We were able to estimate the value of the ideality factor in forward bias, using the semilog curve of the recombination resistance [R.
The former is used for short and medium scales; primary approaches include simple, multiple, semilog, and log-log regressions [11-14].
Each protein molecular weight was plotted versus the retention time (RT) on a semilog scale and the purified ChE molecular weight was estimated through interpolation of this standard curve.
The first set of analyses replicated the methods used in previous analyses using a semilog model with local-area fixed effects.
1) Jaquette [2006] developed the compensation equation in semilog form and we specified our model similarly as
75] of EBW) was computed by interactively solving the semilog linear regression equation until HP was equal to MEI.
j] (recovered as the exponent of the community-specific intercepts in the semilog model), (85) Although some of these models do allow for flexible functional form relationships between prices and housing quantity, invariably the studies interpret the flexible function of land and capital as a non-linear quantity index of housing, with the exponentiated community-specific intercepts as the constant price-per-unit of this quantity index.
It began with the estimation of a semi-logarithm (semi-log) that consisted of the same independent variables of equation 1; the semilog differed only in that it transformed the dependent variables (wool production, meat and sheep stock) into a natural logarithm.
Comparison of semilog regressions forced though the y-intercept showed that the instantaneous rate of loss for the first 5 surveys (Fig.