from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having or involving more than one variable: multivariate statistical analysis.
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- adj. Having or involving multiple variables.
- n. A vector, each of whose elements is a variate.
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- adj. pertaining to any procedure involving two or more variables
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But you wouldn't expect that trend to be a totally smooth and linear one, because it's what they call a multivariate trend.
Spammers are the ultimate in multivariate testing and optimization.
This index takes a home's size, type, location and other characteristics into account using a complex technique known as multivariate linear regression analysis.
This index takes a home's size, type, location and other characteristics into account using a complex technique known as multivariate linear
A new method of data interpretation called multivariate pattern analysis has revealed that telltale patterns of brain activity correspond to specific mental states.
To makes sense of it all, expertise in an area called multivariate analytics is required.
Xn are jointly normal (aka multivariate normal) if all their linear combinations are normally distributed.
They then applied a sophisticated analytical procedure known as multivariate pattern classification to see if they could relate the pattern of brain activity to each individual's location in virtual space.
A more advance version of these tests are known as multivariate testing.
They then analyzed the overall spatial pattern of activity in the auditory cortex by using a method called multivariate pattern analysis.
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