Did you by any chance mean covary?
- v. vary in the same time period (of two random variables)
“So pick a latitude and see how temperature and cloud cover co-vary.”
“This paper explores whether spatial variation in the biodiversity values of vertebrates and plants (species richness, range-size rarity and number or proportion of IUCN Red Listed threatened species) of three African tropical mountain ranges (Eastern Arc, Albertine Rift and Cameroon-Nigeria mountains within the Biafran Forests and Highlands) co-vary with proxy measures of threat (human population density and human infrastructure).”
“In order for variable X to be the cause of variable Y, (1) X must precede Y in time-order, (2) the two variables must be related, or co-vary, and (3) X must have a “forcing quality” on Y.”
“Dr. Singley identifies four practical issues that co-vary with poor academic performance, and his research has shown that by attacking those four symptoms, the primary issue -- poor grades -- can be improved markedly.”
“Emotions are sometimes said to be subjective in this sense: that they merely reflect something that belongs exclusively and contingently to the mind of the subject of experience, and therefore do not co-vary with any property that could be independently identified.”
“Epidemiologists only establish associations that by themselves tell us nothing except that certain variables happen to co-vary in a regular manner.”
“The changes in Oman coldwater diatoms co-vary with the stalagmite dO18, which is proxy for monsoon precipitation as is the coldwater diatom series.”
“Functions can therefore distinguish between two properties that reliably co-vary as long as one but not the other caused the trait to be selected.”
“In order for variable X to be the cause of variable Y, (1) X must precede Y in time-order, (2) the two variables must be related, or co-vary, and (3) X must have a “forcing quality” on Y (meaning that X must have a theoretical basis for affecting Y).”
“Next, the age and sex distribution is examined for a variety of social behaviors which co-vary along these biosocial dimensions e.g. voting, religion, consumption, sexual behavior, crime, etc.”
Looking for tweets for co-vary.