fitted curve


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fitted curve

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The rate of change in the variables when the athlete was using his competition run-up velocity was calculated from the gradient of the tangent line to the fitted curves at the athlete's competition run-up velocity (8.
The fitted curve is represented on this plot as a horizontal line of zero deviation.
Hancock found that such fitted curves do not differ with statistical significance from a straight flat line and that they provide poor explanations for the variation in the observations as measured by the goodness-of-fit ([R.
SP] values) were all highly and linearly correlated with the values derived from the fitted curves (Fig.
For one source (Source 2), there were also 2 sets of independently measured single-point values and these were also compared with values obtained from the fitted curve.
Absolute SSRs refers to the SSRs of the fitted curve to the calibration curve response values when applying unit weight to each response value.