Caption: Figure 2--Relationship between the Coefficient of Variation (%) for the weight of the medium cormels and plot size in Basic Units, to determine the abscissa
value at the maximum curvature point ([X.sub.o]).
For both panels: on the ordinate, spinal NO metabolite concentration in [micro]mol/mg of tissue; on the abscissa
, experimental groups.
Tmax (K) in May at Carbondale, with GCM on the abscissa
and OBS on the ordinate, for historical snow-free (black), historical snow-covered (red), and future snow-free (orange) days.
The combined abscissa
is calculated as a weighted average of the two extreme points with f(x) as the weights.
Figure 8 shows the relation between the average velocity of single outlet and applied electric field strength, where the ordinate is the average speed at a single exit v (mm/s) and the abscissa
is the voltage at the power source U (V).
By default, the abscissa
axis reports the apparent distance ([d.sup.app]); however, through an appropriate calibration, the actual physical distance (d) can be displayed.
axis shows frequency in Hz and the ordinate axis shows relative units).
in this case is the engine crank angle; while the ordinate is the circumference location, with the anti-thrust side at 0[degrees] (360[degrees]), thrust side at 180[degrees] as shown in Fig 12.
In the log-log coordinate system, a groupn of dimensionless pressure type curves (Figure 2) are prepared, with [p.sub.D]([t.sub.D][e.sup.2S]) as ordinate against [t.sub.D][e.sup.2S] as abscissa
and [b.sub.D][e.sup.-2S] as the curve parameter.
Linear regression analysis of 2B9.3 assay (ordinate) against S22(T) assay (abscissa
In this contour plot, time is plotted as the ordinate, and wavelength is plotted as the abscissa
, with the contour lines showing the amount of measured absorbance.
[c.sub.s]].sup.T] as the abscissa
vector, and the vectors f([Y.sup.[n]]) = [[f([Y.sup.[n]i])].sup.s.sub.i=1] and g([Y.sup.[n]]) = [[g([Y.sup.[n].sub.i])].sup.s.sub.i=1] denote the first and second derivative stage values, where g(*) = f'(*)f(*).