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  • adjective Not correlated
  • adjective statistics Having a covariance of zero

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  • adjective 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

  • 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?

  • 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

  • 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

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


  • 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


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