Finally, some further research should be conducted to explain why the last 50 years of Latin American history can be summarized in a bimodal distribution
of breaks related to two big sudden stops suffered by the region.
If this assumption is wrong, we would have expected a less pronounced bimodal distribution
of breath [delta][sup.13][C.sub.V-PDB] values because varying levels of fasting in cheetahs would have introduced additional variance to the data set.
This is an example of the general confusion/ignorance regarding the 2 types of D-dimer units in use, as is the bimodal distribution
and remarkably high CV detected in the initial evaluation of the 2004 D-dimer proficiency testing data, resulting in the investigation of D-dimer assay practices reported in this study.
This reasoning thus predicts that the twin peaks of the bimodal distribution
should become even more pronounced for tournament games.
In English, the vowel pairs were distinguished primarily by a bimodal distribution
of spectral cues and secondarily by a bimodal distribution
of duration cues.
For example, the average might be an adequate description for a normal distribution, but might be misleading for a bimodal distribution
(shown in Exhibit 2).
Despite the potential differences in sampling and surveillance intensity between sites, the data show a similar pattern of age distribution for iNTS at both sites, with a clear bimodal distribution
. A peak was seen during the first 2 years of life, which rapidly declined thereafter until a second peak at ?30 years.
They found a bimodal distribution
, with peaks at the third and seventh decades.
The gap in the data, I suspect, is a consequence of the way in which dispersal distances were determined and the fact that the data are bimodal; the gap itself (the complete absence of data points between 1 and 20 km) may be an artifact; the bimodal distribution
A platykurtic distribution is often the result of two normal distributions with similar variances but different means, as often occurs with a bimodal distribution
. Visual inspection of both the observed and predicted distributions suggests a bimodal distribution
One would expect that such a pattern, upon statistical quantification, would possess a typical bimodal distribution
of fibrin diameters--hence lacking the classical "bell shape" distribution pattern.
The annual cycle of precipitation in the inter-Andean region of Ecuador shows a bimodal distribution
, with a principal maximum in April and a secondary maximum in November.