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  • noun statistics A property of a set of random variables where each variable has the same finite variance.


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  • Parker considered simple autocorrelation, but the this sort of data also exhibits homoscedasticity, as well as spatial and long-term-temporal correlations that likely need to be addressed, too.

    Parker 2006: An Urban Myth? « Climate Audit

  • For all that, the normality of the residues was tested using the Shapiro test and the homoscedasticity (homogeneity of the variances) using the Bartlett test.

    Signs of the Times

  • Hartley's Fmax test was used to determine variance homoscedasticity between data sets.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • And, if homoscedasticity is suddenly so important, let’s hear an a priori declaration without peeking at the results from the tree ring experts of what the cut-off is that disqualifies a series.

    Variance Stabilization in Esper Chronologies « Climate Audit

  • (one-way ANOVA under homoscedasticity hypothesis and Student t tests on contrasts) were employed.

    Signs of the Times


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