egression

NOUN
  1. the act of coming (or going) out; becoming apparent
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  • That notion identifies heritability with the regression of the offspring phenotype on the parental (or biparental mean in the case of sexual reproduction), where both phenotypes are presented as z-scores (i.e., set to mean = 0 and standard deviation = 1). Miss Winter Solstice
  • Linear regression between endurance and speed for individuals from the reed and the stonewort. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • We calculate medians and quartiles of the age at leaving home by sex and race, using a fitted curve derived from a logit regression model.
  • Correlation and regression analysis indicated that certain gender differences of the relationships between the behaviours and CET4 scores existed.
  • IF there’s a “signal”, the series will be multicollinear – something that’s not wanted in regressions, but desirable in signal processing. Regression and Varimax Rotation « Climate Audit
  • How do you build up the picture in a regression session?
  • A test of the hypothesis that ß 1 = 1 can be constructed from the orthogonal regression estimate and standard error for 1.
  • We can use multiple regression analysis to discover the relative influence of these factors on perceptions.
  • The intercept of the extrapolated regression line and x-axis was taken to be an estimate of the presentation time.
  • An analysis of covariance was used to test whether differences between the slopes of regression lines were significant.
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