unsquared

unsquared

(ʌnˈskwɛəd)
adj
not made into a square shape
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The log-house was made of unsquared trunks of pine-- roof, walls, and floor.
If that wasn't bad enough, the flash suppressor that was used was poorly machined and wobbled slightly as it was screwed on, indicating unsquared threading.
Although Justice Jackson failed to work out a scheme that could actually achieve both of those results, there has been no dearth of commentators seeking to close the Jackson gap by dreaming up elaborate superstructures of doctrine and meta-doctrine that could essentially square the circle that the Justice left unsquared. (5) By no means the first of these commentators but by far the most ambitious has been, not surprisingly, Bruce Ackerman, who brings to the task his special gift for provokery.
As noted previously, standardized differences are in an unsquared standardized metric, whereas variance-accounted-for relationship effect sizes are in a squared metric.
The facts (a) that variance-accounted-for effect sizes can be computed in all parametric analyses, given the general linear model, and (b) that effects can be converted into squared or unsquared metrics, suggest the possibility proposed here of computing a "corrected" standardized-difference effect size.
We then reestimated the structural equation model, allowing all of the exogenous variables and the unsquared termination-treatment latent variable to affect the quadratic latent variable.
86 and Table 1), the unsquared correlations involving six predictor variables are compared showing that maternal IQ was the most potent (r = .50) and that intervention ranked fifth (r = .21).
The correlation between the squared and unsquared standard scores was [r.sub.s] = +.358 [6].
Then we trimmed the outside of the windows and the building corners with 2" x 4"s and gave the camp slab-sawed siding, which is simply boards sliced from whole, unsquared saw logs with bark left on the edges.
An unsquared index assumes that a unit difference in values is equally influential regardlessof
To begin, the unsquared kinship term cannot be compared with the squared intervention term.