Figure 7a demonstrates a linear correlation
between the probe fluorescence ratio ([I.
029 fraction, % * linear correlation
with RVEF assessed by CMR r--Pearson's correlation coefficient Table 4.
When treated with cryptotanshinone alone, there was good linear correlation
between cryptotanshinone absorption and incubation time (shown in Fig.
Moreover, the linear correlation
coefficient between E/R and A is greater than 0.
The seasonal variations of TOA during 1999-2001 were examined and linear correlation
coefficients were defined without using data of that period, when the TOA estimated in Lithuania was significantly different from the data of neighbouring countries.
We found a very nice linear correlation
between titanium and samarium or gadolinium," she said.
A linear correlation
was observed by the scientists when predicting the square root of the growth rate vs.
The topics covered are the expected ones for an introductory course, such as probability, sample variability, statistical inferences involving one and two populations, applications of chi-square, linear correlation
and regression analysis, and non-parametric statistics.
Tests for linear correlation
were performed between means of Si content in plant tissue, Si content in soil, disease severity (brown spot and leaf blast) and disease incidence (panicle blast).
10 mm downward, latter ratio R changes keeping linear correlation
to angle and until punch reaches its maximum downward point (14 mm).
935) confirms the existence of a high intensity linear correlation
between the two variables.
The most widely used type of correlation co efficient is Pearson also called linear correlation