NMDS


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NMDS

Abbreviation for Nursing Minimum Data Set
See also: minimum data set

Nursing Minimum Data Set

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NMDS

A standardized set of data identifying essential, common, and core data elements collected in all settings for any patients/clients receiving nursing care. They include the three broad elements of: nursing care, patient or client demographics, and service.
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According to Clarke (1993), using ANOSIM (Analysis of Similarities) is possible to quantify this difference, and we found an Rglobal of0.4283, meaning that the difference was not great, but we also found a significant difference between monoculture and basil (p= 0.0287), and between monoculture and marigold (p=0.0301), reinforcing the results obtained by the NMDS graphic.
The non-metric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) analysis was performed using the OTUs in each sample and was calculated to determine the similarity of the bacterial communities.
Non-metric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) based on species composition on the quartzite rocky complexes in the municipalities of Santa Barbara and Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
The NMDS plot revealed that some species were entirely restricted to a given habitat type, which shared different complements of its avifauna with other habitat types (Table V; Fig.
The nMDS results (Figure 2) showed a higher impact on the L.
Alem do uso do PHYLOMATIC (WEBB; DONOGHUE, 2004) e PHYLOCOM (WEBB; ACKERLY; KEMBEL, 2008), as analises foram realizadas utilizando-se planilha eletronica e a linguagem de programacao estatistica R (R DEVELOPMENT CORE TEAM, 2016), com os pacotes vegan (OKSANEN et al., 2009) para a rarefacao e ordenacao NMDS, labdsv (ROBERTS, 2016) para a analise de especies indicadoras e picante (KEMBEL et al., 2010) para a analise de estruturacao filogenetica.
In this study, they performed RNA-seq on the target tissue of skeletal muscle biopsies from patients with putative monogenic neuromuscular disorders (NMDs) that were undiagnosed from whole exome sequencing (ES) or genome sequencing (GS) results.
Analyzing changes in ecological communities relies on the use of complex multivariate statistical methods such as PERMANOVA or Non-metric Multidimensional Scaling (NMDS).
We also determined the associated plant community composition and similarity between sites based on IVI of the species using Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling (NMDS) ordination to collapse information from multiple species into just a few, so that they can be visualized and interpreted.
To explore differences in species compositions among the four habitats, we subjected all daily data and the pooled data from the six samplings to nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMDS).