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cross-sectional data

information gathered for the same period of time that is split into certain groupings based upon characteristics such as age, income, etc.

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After the recommended cross-sectional area is determined, it can then be converted to appropriate trace widths (based on the copper thickness used in the design) by using a chart presented later in this article.
Diagnostic ultrasonographical parameters in carpal tunnel syndrome demonstrated in previous studies can be listed as increased bowing of the flexor retinaculum, increased flattening ratio or above normal cross-sectional area of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel proximal (inlet), middle section, and outlet (distal) (10).
As with rapid prototyping technology, cross-sectional scanning is able to process the most complex molded parts.
Do spectra collected from the radial or cross-sectional surface provide better calibration statistics?
For our analysis, five samples were remitted to undergo acoustic micro-imaging and cross-sectional analysis.
In a comparison of groups of algae taken from "exposed" and "protected" sites, Carrington (1990) found no significant difference in stipe strength (breaking force divided by cross-sectional area at the breaking point) for M.
A site soil cross-sectional model of its shear wave velocity (SWV) can be determined by invasive tests such the cross-hole (CH) tests, or by the more economical non-invasive tests, such as Controlled Source Spectral Analysis of Surface Waves tests, which is also referred to as the CXW test.
The inherent limitations of our cross-sectional study design and the fact that we measured HIV prevalence, rather than incidence, may help explain the lack of an association between sexual power and HIV infection.
APPLICATION: An accurate, cost-effective way to calculate the fiber cross-sectional dimensions can predict several of the properties of paper made from softwood kraft pulp.
Either scenario is possible, but our study was cross-sectional in nature so we just observed the differences by weight and smoking status,'' says study author Jodi Flaws.
Below are cross-sectional diagrams of what scientists generally believe to be the structure of each planet in the solar system.
Although also based on the variable absorption of x rays by different tissues, computed tomography (CT) imaging, also known as "CAT scanning" Computerized Axial Tomography), provides a different form of imaging known as cross-sectional imaging.