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  • adj. Not correlated
  • adj. Having a covariance of zero

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  • adj. not varying together


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  • All of which further require that the original sources _at least_ be uncorrelated, which is generally untrue for most proxies presented to date CO2 is correlated with temperature, and solar activity, as well as fertilization, etc.

    Day Two at AGU « Climate Audit

  • Furthermore, it is something of an "uncorrelated" asset, meaning it won't necessarily rise and fall in line with everything else.

    The Drinkable Portfolio

  • Life settlements appeal to investors 'appetite for "uncorrelated" investments -- ones that generate steady returns largely independent of the forces swaying stocks and bonds.

    An Insurance Man Builds

  • He likes Iraqi bonds because they're "uncorrelated" to other assets and because of Iraq's vast oil reserves.

    Are Bond Prices Indicative of Iraq's Fate?

  • In short, Bangladesh appeared to be the only regional market "uncorrelated" with the Western markets - a significant fact considering that during the crisis, correlation amongst various asset classes and between equity markets had tended to one.

    Abnormal Returns Now

  • The non-profits I support are delighted to have me care enough to take "uncorrelated" action * all the time*.

    Mormon Stories Podcast Archive

  • "uncorrelated" long ago ceased to be relevant to the current blog paradigm.


  • If you were to map that above referenced decline in crack use to incarceration rates, I imagine you would find them to be uncorrelated, meaning criminal penalties don’t get credit for declining use.

    Crack Cocaine Sentencing: Systematic Racism At Work

  • If the political choices placed before Americans are uncorrelated with religion, then any political decisions that might be affected by religion are moot.

    American Grace

  • Finally, this religiously based class bridging is heavily concentrated among evangelical Protestants, probably because evangelical congregations are both more diverse in class terms and highly social in terms of a proliferation of small groups, such as Bible study or prayer groups.46 Fundamentalist theological beliefs are uncorrelated with bridging, so it seems to be the sociology, not the theology, of evangelicalism that produces the bridging.

    American Grace


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