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We are delighted to welcome Storage Made Easy to the Juju ecosystem," said Arturo Suarez, Program Director at Canonical.
i] is not necessarily log canonical even if X is log canonical.
By using the standardized canonical coefficients, the contribution of response variables can be determined in each contrast (RENCHER, 2002).
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NEW YORK * The New York archdiocese announced April 19 it had begun a canonical inquiry into the life of Dorothy Day, the co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement and famed peace activist.
The study reports the results of the application of canonical correlation analysis (CCA) to answer the question of integration between the two groups.
We call these copies of H in G[]H the canonical copies of H in G[]H.
In this paper, we used partial canonical correlation analysis (PCCA) to examine the relationships between key pillars in "efficiency enhancers" and "business sophistication" factors.
Now we can first combine C, C into an M-alternating cycle C'" containing all vertices in the last canonical [Q.
Synopsis: By their very nature, historical Jesus studies inevitably focus on the Gospel accounts, canonical and non-canonical alike.
As part of that conversation, Watson has composed a richly textured exploration of "the fourfold canonical gospel.