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The NJ tree constructed from the pairwise standard Ds between the nine populations is shown in Figure 1.
Compared to donor plants in the control treatment, donor plants in the nutrient and nutrient + shade treatments were significantly taller (Tukey's pairwise comparison test, P < 0.
Practically if t is set to 2, reveals pairwise interaction faults.
The imputation of inability to effect a stable choice only gains purchase if we assume that one's pairwise preferences imply a corresponding pattern of preference over the three-term set {a, b, c}; otherwise, no grounds exist for ascribing any specific three-term preference pattern, and in particular not the allegedly unstable one.
i] = the matrix of pairwise comparison of criteria at levels measured for asset
2000) uses the idea of traditional DEA for the pairwise evaluation of the DMUs A and B by Eq.
The results suggest that both adult and pediatric patients are more likely to be unintentionally nonadherent to asthma therapy than intentionally adherent, according to statistical analyses using Cronbach's alpha, nonparametric one-way analysis of variance, and a pairwise comparison using the Bonfer-roni approach to determine differences between answers to the questions.
Both foods were provided at a high or low concentration of the respective nutrients, yielding a total of four pairwise food combinations.
To estimate interrater agreement, each patient (at several different time points) received a pairwise independent test by two different raters, and the agreement of the first and second test (of each score and total score for the PFSS, GCS, and RASS) was used.
In this step, data are collected through pairwise comparisons which are performed by the decision-maker.
We then conducted post hoc tests on the three pairwise comparisons (Table 1) using Gardner and MacDonald's Bonferroni-corrected pairwise technique (2000), substituting their Chi-square test for Fisher's exact test, given our small sample size.