Additionally, the test measuring knowledge of health and safety correlated
significantly to factor 2 (ethnic identity).
SHBG was inversely correlated
with most of the components of metabolic syndrome.
Study by Sharma and Mutalik, 2014 correlated
the scores of MCQs and SEQs in undergraduate third year examination in otorhinolaryngology in medical school at Martitus.
You might have thought agreeableness would be correlated
with higher earnings but alas not.
The presence of asthma correlated
with a 37 percent decrease and an 11 percent increase in the likelihood of carboprost and labetalol use, respectively, in unadjusted analysis.
In this study, the weight of the spleen was not correlated
to the weight and height of the spleen at P < 0.05 (Table 2).
In other words, DP cannot provide claimed privacy guarantees over correlated
(nonindependent) data .
In contrast, speed does not appear to be correlated
with body size in a lizard (Garland et al., 1990), or in four species of sea stars (Mueller et al., 2011; Montgomery and Palmer, 2012).
The solution is proposed by constructing the framework of HCFF-CNs on the basis of nonlinear FF with correlated
noises at the same time and the fifth-degree spherical-radial rule.
Neither depressive severity nor mania severity was correlated
significantly with any PUFA concentration.
Knezevic reported that pain scores at rest correlated
well with ODI in 65% of patients, while mild discrepancies were present in 30% of patients, moderate discrepancies in 4%, and severe discrepancies in 1%.
This guide explains how to determine sample size for studies with longitudinal and clustered correlated
outcomes, which are widely used in medical, epidemiological, and behavioral studies.