Best Fit


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Best Fit

A curve or line that comes most closely to following a set of data points plotted on a chart. Best fit curves and lines are used in technical analysis to find trends.
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That is the best fit line is NOT the Gaussian straight line.
pitch you to 400 media contacts that would be the best fit to reach your target audience
At this time, when industrial users could want as much as 20% of our current wheat production, we want to be able to say to the industry that our wheats have the best fit for their purposes, and that they should be backing us rather than looking elsewhere.
Perform polynomial regressions to determine the order of polynomial that best fits the data (linear, quadratic, or cubic).
D Find eight to ten companies that best fit your criteria.
Our drive wasn't necessarily to get the lowest fee--although we wanted a competitive rate--but to get the best fit with Praxair and our culture.
In an earlier article in the National Forum of Applied Education Research Journal, Taylor (1989) demonstrated that Least Absolute Deviation (LAD) provided a more representative line of best fit, as compared with Least Squares Regression (LSR), in linear cases and when the data include outliers.
CGI today announced that it received the Center for Digital Government Best Fit Integrator Performance and Modernization Award for its work on the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) Enterprise Data to Revenue (EDR) program.
An experienced contractor knows which subcontractors are the most qualified and best fit for a specific project and how to manage them to complete a successful project.
Hur, a right-handed outfielder who also is a part-time pitcher, said he turned down several offers after deciding UC Riverside was the best fit.
No longer does a company need to adopt a single technology in the hopes this is some sort of panacea, only to find out that in many areas this technology may not be the best fit.