antilogarithm


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antilogarithm

the number whose logarithm is the number in question.
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Where X corresponds to the cortisol concentration expressed as a logarithm; then, the antilogarithm of X value was calculated to obtain the final concentration of cortisol.
For analyzing growth and its regulation, I derived a log-size variable (Mosimann 1970) from the CPC1 by rescaling its coefficients such that they summed up to unity; its antilogarithm therefore scaled as a linear dimension (Klingenberg and Zimmermann 1992b; Klingenberg and Spence 1993).
The antilogarithm of the mean + 2 SD of the transformed data of the 60 patients was used as an estimate of the 97.
Multiplicative seasonality is handled by taking logarithms of the data, fitting the model to the data, and then taking the antilogarithm of the component estimates back to the original scale.
The [+ or -] SD values for GH were derived from the antilogarithm of the mean (i.