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WEIGHTED GEOMETRIC MEAN
LARGER WEIGHTS
ABSCISSAE
FUSIBLE ALLOYS
RESIDUALS
KAPPA WEIGHTS
RELATIVE MASSES
ORGAN WEIGHTS
FORMULA WEIGHT
RELATIVE ATOMIC WEIGHTS
INCREASING MOLECULAR WEIGHTS
HIGHER MOLECULAR WEIGHTS
MASSIVE WEIGHTS
CORRESPONDINGLY HEAVIER ATOMIC WEIGHTS
POSTERIOR DISTRIBUTION
THREE WEIGHTS
AVERAGE WEIGHTS
NETWORK WEIGHTS
WEIGHTED KAPPA COEFFICIENT
KRIGING
VAE VICTIS
LOWER BODY WEIGHTS
SAMPLING WEIGHTS
METRIC SYSTEM
ATOMIC MASS UNITS
RELATIVE WEIGHTS
EQUIVALENT WEIGHTS
DIFFERENT ATOMIC WEIGHTS
LIFT WEIGHTS
REGRESSION WEIGHTS
HEAVY WEIGHTS
SMALL CAPS
DIFFERENT WEIGHTS
SPRINGS
FIX
DIFFERENT COLORS
ETC
TERMS
ENDS
METER
EXPERIENCE
TRAINING
LIGHTER WEIGHTS
NORMALIZED
EIGENVALUES
BLENDS
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Definitions

  1. Weights are analogous to coefficients in regression modeling.
  2. If weights are input, the returned values are the weighted t statistics. (Web site)
  3. Weights are also very necessary when deep diving to hold position for decompression and also to stay at the bottom for the needed length of time.
  4. Weights are added to cars whose driver weighs less than 200 pounds. (Web site)
  5. Weights are usually real numbers. (Web site)

Weighted Geometric Mean

  1. Note that if all the weights are equal, the weighted geometric mean is the same as the geometric mean.

Larger Weights

  1. Data values with larger weights contribute more to the weighted mean and data values with smaller weights contribute less to the weighted mean.

Abscissae

  1. For, the weights and abscissae of Gaussian quadrature with = 20, 40, 80, and 160 nodes are available and the integration starts immediately.

Fusible Alloys

  1. Lead is used in building construction, lead-acid batteries, bullets and shot, weights, and is part of solder, pewter, and fusible alloys.

Residuals

  1. In that case, one can apply the inverse values of the variances for the residuals as weights and compute weighted least squares estimates.

Kappa Weights

  1. If you specify (WT=FC) with the AGREE option, then PROC FREQ uses the Fleiss-Cohen weight type to construct kappa weights. (Web site)

Relative Masses

  1. The relative masses of the atoms are usually referred to as atomic weights.

Organ Weights

  1. The amount of weight increase, the food intake, and the organ weights were measured, as well as the pantothenic acid contents in urine, the liver and blood. (Web site)

Formula Weight

  1. To get the formula weight of this compound we would add up the atomic weights. (Web site)

Relative Atomic Weights

  1. In 1803 Dalton orally presented his first list of relative atomic weights for a number of substances.
  2. He made a list of these relative atomic weights for as many elements as he knew. (Web site)

Increasing Molecular Weights

  1. From the vWF dimers, further polymers of vWF of ever increasing molecular weights, up to 20 million Daltons, are formed by linkage. (Web site)

Higher Molecular Weights

  1. Generally, the initial breakdown voltage is higher in gases with higher molecular weights, so adding gasoline to the mixture increases the breakdown voltage.

Massive Weights

  1. What made Arkle exceptional was his ability to carry massive weights, giving many, many pounds away to other horses, only to trounce the opposition.

Correspondingly Heavier Atomic Weights

  1. Elements of higher atomic number have correspondingly heavier atomic weights.

Posterior Distribution

  1. The sample is obtained by simulating a Markov chain whose equilibrium distribution is the posterior distribution for weights and hyperparameters. (Web site)

Three Weights

  1. Most types of embroidery thread come in a single size or weight; an exception is pearl or perle cotton, which comes in three weights, No.

Average Weights

  1. Estimated length composition of the skipjack catch by 1-cm intervals in the EPO. The values in the upper left corners of the panels are average weights. (Web site)

Network Weights

  1. In this approach, the posterior distribution is represented by a sample of perhaps a few dozen sets of network weights.

Weighted Kappa Coefficient

  1. If you assign them values of 0, 2, 4, and 10, the following weights are used for computing the weighted kappa coefficient: and.
  2. The weighted Kappa coefficient with '"squared"' weights equals the product moment correlation under certain conditions.

Kriging

  1. The type of kriging determines the linear constraint on the weights w i implied by the unbiasedness condition; i.e. (Web site)

Vae Victis

  1. In response, Brennus threw his sword onto the weights and uttered the famous words: " Vae Victis " - "Woe to the vanquished").

Lower Body Weights

  1. Several studies, primarily observational in nature, have linked higher calcium intakes to lower body weights or less weight gain over time. (Web site)

Sampling Weights

  1. Estimation methods, including calculation and use of sampling weights, and variance estimation methods.

Metric System

  1. Since 1875, in fact, the United States has subscribed to the International System of Weights and Measures, the official version of the metric system. (Web site)
  2. Lesotho uses the Metric system of weights and measures i.e., kilometers, liters, kilograms, meters and degrees Celsius. (Web site)

Atomic Mass Units

  1. Formula weights are usually written in atomic mass units (u). (Web site)

Relative Weights

  1. Formula weights are especially useful in determining the relative weights of reagents and products in a chemical reaction. (Web site)
  2. He devised a system of chemical symbols and, having ascertained the relative weights of atoms, arranged them into a table.

Equivalent Weights

  1. Historically, the equivalent weights of the elements were often determined by studying their reactions with oxygen. (Web site)

Different Atomic Weights

  1. Isotopes are atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons in the nucleus and therefore different atomic weights (shown as a superscript.
  2. He called atoms of the second group isotopes, atoms of the same element with different atomic weights. (Web site)

Lift Weights

  1. I know this is a late response but I lift weights 5 days a week and I take a lot of Glutamine, about 20 Grams a day, split throughout the day.

Regression Weights

  1. The "b" values are called regression weights and are computed in a way that minimizes the sum of squared deviations.
  2. When entered as predictor variables, interpretation of regression weights depends upon how the variable is coded.

Heavy Weights

  1. His strength quickly dropped, and Gonzalez found himself unable to lift the heavy weights he'd hoisted with ease in the past. (Web site)

Small Caps

  1. Romans, italics, and small caps, each in three weights.
  2. Despite seeing a few rough spots in the design, an incomplete set of weights, no small caps and so on, I have chosen Urbana to highlight this year.

Different Weights

  1. It comes in 5 different weights and includes Italics, Small Caps, various OpenType features and a wide range of language support.
  2. For example, if you included the same variable twice in one of the sets, then it is not clear how to assign different weights to each of them.

Springs

  1. These systems use a combination of springs and weights to control fuel delivery relative to both load and speed. (Web site)

Fix

  1. The Congress shall have Power *** To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures. (Web site)

Different Colors

  1. Generally speaking upholstery fabrics come in many different colors, styles, weights, and designs. (Web site)
  2. These dyes are usually of two different colors and two different molecular weights, or sizes. (Web site)

Etc

  1. Gin (n.) A machine for raising or moving heavy weights, consisting of a tripod formed of poles united at the top, with a windlass, pulleys, ropes, etc. (Web site)
  2. Sheers are used extensively for after 5 wear, as well as afternoon dresses in heavier weights, and some coats, lingerie, curtains, trims, etc.

Terms

  1. The conformal weights of super-canonical algebra generators are complex and expressible in terms of zeros of Riemann Zeta.
  2. Such a distribution of molecular weights can be described by statistics in terms of moments.

Ends

  1. Manriki-gusari: This deadly variation on the chain adds weights at both ends, allowing it to be swung more accurately and to strike with more force.

Meter

  1. In 1927, the International Conference on Weights and Measures redefined the meter in terms of a red cadmium spectral line (1m = 1,553,164.13 wavelengths). (Web site)

Experience

  1. Nevertheless, some children who are born at normal weights and who experience no known brain injuries still develop cerebral palsy.

Training

  1. Training with very heavy weights is good for body building competitions, but not the best way to train for a Muay Thai fight. (Web site)

Lighter Weights

  1. Lighter weights are indicated by a number from one to ten, with higher numbers indicating lighter fabric.

Normalized

  1. Setting w = 1 − Δ we can define m normalized weights by, where V 1 is the sum of the unnormalized weights. (Web site)

Eigenvalues

  1. The kernels and weights of an equivalent normalization model may be estimated from these eigenvalues and eigenvectors. (Web site)

Blends

  1. Made in many weights, fibers, and blends. (Web site)

Categories

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  3. Coefficients
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