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skewed

adjective Referring to an asymmetrical distribution of data collected in a study or population.

skewed

Epidemiology adjective Referring to an asymmetrical distribution of a population or of data

skewed

Of data that are not normally distributed. See PARAMETRIC.

skewed

curve of a usually unimodal distribution with one tail drawn out more than the other and the median will lie above or below the mean.
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Another alternative hypothesis is that the sex ratios are skewed near the mill because of parental "choice.
Does the modern skewed image of African geography have any political or economic impact today?
This ground-breaking reference manual will assist bridge engineers throughout the United States in moving toward full LRFD implementation and in better understanding the behavior and design of curved or skewed steel bridges.
The six-point margin was skewed slightly by a 104-yard kickoff return for touchdown by Texas' Aaron Ross on the game's final play.
Only the eelpout collected near the pulp mill had skewed sex ratios.
Towards the west end is the main staircase, its bottom flight skewed to the angle of the south wing in response to the diagonal thrust of the approach.
Skewed News Tutor is the creation of Colleen Bradford Krantz, journalist, author and documentary filmmaker.
Real complications start at ground floor, with two skewed routes played off against the column grid.
This percentage is somewhat skewed upward by several schools with very large increases in applications.
With all the unsolved crimes against humans, I think our priorities are skewed.
The skewed volume facing the plaza houses various administrative functions and the piano nobile reception space.