In fact, other geoduck species show similar size/age sex ratio skewedness
5) Tokenism implies the numeric skewedness
of one's work group.
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Given the large variation in both AOA and AOB numbers, the GLM approach assumed a negative binomial distribution, using a log link function to address skewedness
of the data.
The statistical analyzes were conducted in the following order: descriptive statistics, correlations between the subscales, internal consistencies of each subscale and the indices of skewedness
and kurtosis, these being generally close to zero and <2.
6, and with the same width and skewedness
as the 2-sided RCV, the estimated central 95% CI will be from 10.
Verification was carried out with the SAS package (SAS institute, 1990) and means, medians, variances, and skewedness
of each trait, as well as sex ratio, phenotypic and genetic correlations, were validated.
Testing for skewedness
using the Standardized Estimate of Skewedness
demonstrated that the Modified Interpersonal Jealousy Scale scores were not skewed, z = 1.
These frequencies are then used to "fit" to the data a probability distribution with a similar mean, variance, and skewedness
In an effort to reduce the potential for skewedness
due to differences in total student enrollment numbers and their corresponding differences in district resources, the survey instruments were segregated according to district size classification, from 1A (rural schools) to 5A (urban schools).
As illustrated, all measures meet standard criteria for univariate normality (Kline, 1998) with skewedness
for all measures less than 3 and kurtosis for all measures less than 4.
of this variable violated one assumption of the proposed statistical analyses.