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  • n. Plural form of coefficient.


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  • A cdf of estimated regression coefficients is not approximately normal.

    IQ and Living Standards, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I know nothing of carpentry, of vinyl windows and solar heat gain coefficients, or of furnace heat returns.

    Bill Heavey's Deer Diary: Come Hell or Home Improvement

  • First, demographic groups could be treated differently by the Navy in the sense that people with the same characteristics but who differ in terms of race or sex have different probabilities (that is, the coefficients on individuals 'characteristics are the same across demographic groups).

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • The coefficients are the risk sensitivities of returns for market risk (β1t) followed by size (β2t) and value (β3t).


  • The coefficients are the risk sensitivities for market risk (β1t) followed by size (β2t) and value (β3t).


  • The Mannian multivariate method, as I posted last year and as you confirmed with MBH99, is weighting by partial correlation coefficients which is equivalent to Partial Least Squares regression.

    von Storch et al 2004 in IPCC AR4 « Climate Audit

  • Results are standardized beta coefficients, and are smoothed with a three-period moving average.

    American Grace

  • Results are a three-period moving average of standardized beta coefficients.

    American Grace

  • As any reader of social science research can attest, such results are typically presented in complex tables of coefficients, of which Table A2.1 is a perfect illustration.

    American Grace

  • Conversely, north of the border, some people evaluate Mexican business practices etc. as 'low productivity' against their own practices especially in regards to efficiency coefficients and industry standards.

    Time is not money in Mexico.


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