Meaning of VARIANCE in English

VARIANCE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

mean

Roll argued that the true market portfolio is a mean variance efficient portfolio and can not be observed.

To obtain quantitative information from the mean and variance data requires the assumption of a more constrained model of the release process.

total

The proportion of the total variance such correlations account for is of course small and their importance should be judged accordingly.

On average he found that the model explained 27 percent of the total variance of returns.

The best results were for the Ford Motor and the Dana corporations which predicted 45 percent of the total variance of returns.

In other words just over 12 percent of the total variance is still accounted for by non-market factors.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The church requested a variance to expand its parking lot.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A little variance in forecast numbers may be anticipated as a consequence.

Survey data indicate no variance in church attendance between blue- and white-collar workers.

The variance explained by these two simulations is 60.8% and 60.6%, respectively.

There was, moreover, a vehemence of utterance and gesture curiously at variance with the reticence of our Virginians.

This was at variance with the Eurocheque system as exempted by the Commission in 1984.

Tobacco consumption was the most important factor to explain the variance .

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