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Multi-variate analysis appears to strongly support the significance of optimized RFA as the leading factor in subjects with improved overall survival.
After multi-variate analysis there was an inverse association noted between anthocyanin intake and MI risk.
Multi-variate analysis techniques become very important in the ongoing learning process to institutionalize and manage the relevant knowledge and learn from it within a company.
Writing for researchers and professionals, but also graduate and undergraduate students, they discuss paired comparisons with asymmetry, global representation, multi-dimensional scaling, cluster analysis, network analysis, and the multi-variate analysis of asymmetry between data sets.
In examining the geography of lynching, Brundage does not compile statistics by counties or attempt a multi-variate analysis.
These benefits are achieved through the power of predictive analytics, and proprietary algorithmic techniques that include MVStats(TM), Transform's multi-variate analysis toolkit of linear, non-linear, unsupervised and other classification approaches.
Cox proportional multi-variate analysis found the test to be independent of Breslow, mitosis and ulceration as well as AJCC stage (p<0.
Using Lean Six Sigma, and such tools as design of experiments (DoE) and multi-variate analysis, a project team analyzed production data on 140 lots, as well as 222 characteristics of each lot, representing good and bad production.