Meaning of COEFFICIENT in English

COEFFICIENT

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

gini

Thus, the higher the Gini coefficient , the more unequal is the distribution of national income.

Both types of inequality are measured using the Gini coefficients for land and income distribution.

■ NOUN

correlation

To measure associations, Pearson's correlation coefficient was used.

For example, suppose that the correlation coefficient is zero.

The relationships between variables were evaluated by the simple correlation coefficient and a multiple regression analysis.

This particular measure is the square of the correlation coefficient which has been used throughout Chapters 4 and 5.

Portfolios P 1a to P 5a are varied by making changes in the correlation coefficients .

Correlation studies were performed using linear regression and Spearman's correlation coefficients were calculated.

So beta merely uses the correlation coefficient to weight the ratio of the risks of the security and the market.

regression

Therefore, the regression coefficient is often considered as a measure of the effect of the independent variable on the dependent variable.

Many authors find a challenge in t and tests and regression coefficients .

For each patient, p was calculated according to the value of each variable and its respective regression coefficient .

A scatterplot is needed to assess the linearity assumption underlying each correlation or regression coefficient between pairs of quantitative variables.

■ VERB

calculate

In particular, we need to calculate the objective-row coefficient of any non-basic variable.

use

So beta merely uses the correlation coefficient to weight the ratio of the risks of the security and the market.

Statistical analysis was performed using correlation coefficients , t tests, and Mann-Whitney U test.

Both types of inequality are measured using the Gini coefficients for land and income distribution.

Phases of multiply measured reflections were combined using the phase probability coefficients .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Correlation coefficients were calculated using the Spearman's non-parametric coefficient.

If the plant's behaviour depends continuously on a single coefficient , then binary chopping is a safe standard approach.

Take, for example, the coefficient estimated on B t in the equations: this is an estimate of.

The coefficient is expected to take a negative sign.

The coefficient of variation within assays was 8.2% and between assays 12.8%.

The relative magnitudes of the coefficients of the power series vary with the sort of vibration.

This particular measure is the square of the correlation coefficient which has been used throughout Chapters 4 and 5.

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