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var·i·ate

(var'ē-āt),
A measurable quantity capable of taking on a number of values; may be binary (that is, capable of taking on two values in a certain interval of values), continuous (i.e., capable of taking on all values in a certain interval of real values), or discrete (that is, capable of taking on a limited number of values in a certain interval of real values).

var·i·ate

(var'ē-āt)
Measurable quantity capable of taking on a number of values; may be binary, continuous, or discrete.
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After accounting for the relationships between statistics anxiety and motivational beliefs in the first canonical variates, the second pair of canonical variates indicates that all motivational beliefs components are still related to test anxiety, interpretation anxiety, and worth of statistics.
From the definition, it is clear that if [summation] = 0, then for Re(a) > (m-1)/2, the extended matrix variate gamma function reduces to the multivariate gamma function [[GAMMA].
The m x m symmetric positive definite random matrix X is said to have a matrix variate gamma distribution, denoted by X ~ Ga(m, v, [theta], [OMEGA]), if its probability density function (p.
There was significant overlap in variability between the variables in the independent canonical variate set (i.
438528035 Table 4: Canonical variate analysis of the Relative warp scores between sexes of P.
The first variate, characterized by diffuse identity status, an adverse view of the past, and a tendency to not look toward the future, only partially matched our expectations.
Table 3 shows the seven canonical functions of the relationship between emerging Islamic markets and developed markets, yielded three pairs of statistically significant canonical variates.
Table 3 presents the sample sizes, marginal means, and standard deviations for the ethnic labels on the first canonical variate and the results of the pairwise post hoc analysis.
In this function the pair of canonical variates indicated that family environments emphasizing interest in cultural, intellectual and political activities were associated with expressed acceptance of people of color and disbelief in reverse racism.
Figure 3 gives the histogram plots of the coefficients of the eigenvectors, or loadings, corresponding to the 1st canonical variates for all datasets.
Canonical variates analyses and Mahalanobis distances are computed for the fossil samples after Jantz and Owsley (2001).
Both the variates mutually shared 36 per cent variance (the derived values such as squares or square roots of a number may not exactly tally because of rounding off up to two places after decimal).