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Adj.1.unimodal - having a single mode
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
bimodal - of a distribution; having or occurring with two modes
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Data were unimodally distributed and thus presented as mean values and standard deviations (SD).
Alais, "Rapid temporal recalibration occurs crossmodally without stimulus specificity but is absent unimodally," Brain Research, vol.
Annual precipitation varies from 3 000 to 5 000 mm, distributed unimodally (Ministerio del Ambiente, 2011); July and August are typically the driest months (Moscoso & Peck, 2012).
This method assumes total lengths for fish of the same cohort will be unimodally distributed; therefore, multiple modes from a given sample represent multiple age classes of fish.
An inspection of Table 4 reveals that for the majority of participants without sight, the rated images were experienced unimodally. When images were described, however, the majority of participants without sight experienced at least one multimodal image per word modality group.
As can be seen from Figure 4, the particle size of latex particles almost unimodally distributed from 80nm to 345nm with the D90 value of 276 nm in addition to some aggregates with larger sizes.