Cross-sectional analysis


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Cross-sectional analysis

Assessment of relationships among a cross-section of firms, countries, or some other variable at one particular time.
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I would recommend sacrificing a few assemblies after over-molding for cross-sectional analysis (in multiple axes) and also for possible removal of the flex for inspection.
He presented unpublished results from one aspect of the trial: a cross-sectional analysis of 273 nurses divided into one of three groups: 64 diurnal workers (DW), 111 active night shift workers (aNW), and 98 prior night shift workers (pNW).
Despite the abovementioned limitations, our analyses suggest that elevated measured serum PFOA concentrations resulting from reduced excretion can lead to misleading cross-sectional analysis results.
ANNUAL HOSPITALIZATION RATES in the United States for Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) were shown to be higher in adolescents, boys, and black children, in a cross-sectional analysis of discharge records from more than 4,100 hospitals.
In a fully adjusted cross-sectional analysis, each 1-mmol/L increase (38.
The study also found in the consistent participant analysis, as in EBRI/ICI's broader cross-sectional analysis, that about two-thirds of 401(k) participants' assets were invested in equities at year-end 2014-whether through equity funds, the equity portion of target-date and non-target-date balanced funds, or company stock.
The 2016 study is a cross-sectional analysis of 1276 Mexican-mestizo participants, aged 30 to 75 years, who were control subjects in the Genetics of Atherosclerotic Disease (GEA) study.
In a retrospective, serial, cross-sectional analysis from the Kids' Inpatient Database and the Nationwide Inpatient Sample, NAS occurred in 5.
It uses time series and cross-sectional analysis to consider how accounting systems are shaped in private firms and why countries adopt either Full IFRS or IFRS for SMEs.
This contract relates to the evaluation study of the implementation of the experiment Guarantee against unpaid alimony (GIPA), for the realization of case studies in five departments (one not implementing the sessions information) and a cross-sectional analysis.
The report provides a cross-sectional analysis of all the below segments with respect to the above mentioned regions.
The imaging findings of her cross-sectional analysis are particularly troubling in light of cur rent guidelines aimed at helping to minimize radiation exposure by avoiding head and brain imaging in patients with primary headache disorders, said Dr.