For the remaining analyses, we only present the results from the models with no covariate
and the results from the full regression model controlling for both demographic and employment characteristics to keep the discussion focused.
where [beta] is a constant vector and (t | X) denotes the resultant instantaneous hazard rate, given the value of the covariate
vector, X, at time t.
In some studies family size has been introduced as correlated covariate
factor (Black et al.
Our research underscores the importance of accounting for parental IQ as a critical covariate
when modeling the association between childhood stunting and IQ.
Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to test differences in means between full and part-time faculty using Orientation Attendance as the covariate
for "Grade Your Instructor" items and Information about Using WebCT items.
The resident-level covariate
for this QM is an MDS item indicating cognitive impairment, with the rationale being that residents with greater cognitive impairment are less likely to report pain.
We would divide the hazard ratio for the Middle Atlantic covariate
by the hazard ratio of the East South Central census division to get 0.
In contrast, activity was the most significant covariate
in our final models (Table 2).
We also included surveying effort per site (trapnights) as a covariate
to be used in modeling.
Overlap was not tested as a predictor of the amount of cannibalism because it was assumed that where cannibalism occurred, predator and prey pollock co-occurred.
were assessed in sequential models (adding 1 covariate
at a time) with the goal of fitting a final parsimonious model for all dyspneic patients.
The reasoning for these objectives was to evaluate whether using the covariate
"species" in the multiple covariate
distance sampling (MCDS) engine of Program DISTANCE (Thomas et al.