Bimodal Distribution


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Bimodal Distribution

A probability distribution with two outcomes more likely than all other outcomes and approximately equally probable with respect to each other. On a chart, a bimodal distribution looks roughly like two waves with the waves cresting at about the same point.
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For CG1-C 2007 mailing, all methods shown on the left side of the figure demonstrate bimodal distribution of the data (1: Biosite Triage [Alere San Diego, San Diego, California]; 2: HemosIL D-dimer [Instrumentation Laboratory Company, Bedford, Massachusetts; 3: HemosIl D-dimer [Top; Instrumentation Laboratory Company, Bedford, Massachusetts]; 4: bioMerieux VIDAS [bioMerieux, Marcy l'Etoile, France]).
A bimodal distribution with one peak on one side of the "no corruption" outcome and one peak on the other side is consistent with point shaving by both favorites, who lose by too little, and underdogs, who lose by too much.
where S is the Shift of the center of the viscosity data sement C from the center of segment A, which, in the case of bimodal distribution, is the distance between the two boxes [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED].
Age was another risk factor, displaying a bimodal distribution with increased rates of CDH seen in people in their 20s and after age 50.
Method A3 shows a reasonably Gaussian distribution centered at 82 [micro]g/mL, whereas method J exhibits a bimodal distribution consisting of a Gaussian component that is more compact than the component of method A3 and centered at 67 [micro]g/mL.
This bimodal distribution will be even more distinct in an actual compound, since the N110/N762 blend will not be a homogeneous mixture as it enters the mixing operation.
The product had a bimodal distribution [see [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED] (53.
While a similar bimodal distribution existed in the prior 12 month period (trailing 12 to 24 months), the peaks have continued to separate over the past 12 months, with the average flat-growth company staying stagnant and the average revenue growth company increasing its per annum growth rate from 17% per year to 25% per year.
A4 - A comparison of effects from blending bimodal distribution vs.
ULDPE whole copolymer examined with analytical TREF yielded an essentially bimodal distribution of short chain branches as illustrated in Fig.