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abbreviation for rex or regina, ‘king’ or ‘queen’. The initial letter is used in proceedings, especially English criminal proceedings, to indicate that the Crown is the plaintiff or, more usually, prosecutor: R v. Haddock In Scotland, prosecutions run in the name of Her (or His) Majesty's Advocate, hence cases are cited HMAv. McFable.
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Cronbach's Alpha was used to check the reliability of the screening checklist and the Pearson correlation coefficient was used to find out the concurrent validity of the screening checklist.
4] applied the two methods on multi-criteria fuzzy decision making problems with IVIFS--the first one using correlation coefficient with unknown weights and the second one using TOPSIS method with known weights for the selection of transportation companies.
The visually close cohesion of the French WAP and HPI in Figure 2 (Appendix) is remarkable (even though both have different scales), which can be affirmed by a correlation coefficient of 0.
Spearman Rho test: Spearman's rank correlation coefficient, a product-moment correlation coefficient that measures the linear relationship between two ranked variables.
To overcome this problem, the partial-correlations technique provides an estimate of the partial correlation coefficient free of effects of other variables (CRUZ et al.
There was a significant correlation between medication adherence over the preceding week and on the preceding day (the Spearman correlation coefficient, r=0.
ix and iy for selection intensity of trait x and y, rg for genetic correlation coefficient of trait x and y; Hx and Hy for evolution of heritability of trait x and y.
Composite scores for HAM-D-U at baseline and after a 2-week interval were also highly correlated with each other (Spearman correlation coefficient 0.
Direct and indirect effects of traits on grain yield were calculated using genotypic correlation coefficient of various traits as suggested by Wright (1921) and elaborated by Dewey and Lu (1959).
For initial model without pesticide the correlation coefficient between a* and (h) was positive with 0.
In that table there are five negative correlation coefficients and one positive correlation coefficient, but none of them is statistically significant at a 5% probability level.
To determine when geographic voting patterns change in consecutive elections, I use the state-by-state correlation coefficient, a measure that is based on whether individual states are above or below average in their partisan strength.