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Dichotomous

Dichotomous Di*chot"o*mous, a. [L. dichotomos, Gr. ?; ? in two, asunder + diate`mnein to cut.] Regularly dividing by pairs from bottom to top; as, a dichotomous stem. -- Di*chot"o*mous*ly, adv.

Dichotomous Di*chot"o*mous, a. [L. dichotomos, Gr. ?; ? in two, asunder + diate`mnein to cut.] Regularly dividing by pairs from bottom to top; as, a dichotomous stem. -- Di*chot"o*mous*ly, adv.

- again give A. In set theory, a dichotomous relation R is such that either aRb, bRa, but not both. In statistics, dichotomous data may only exist at first...

- single point. In evolutionary terms, early emerging taxa tend to have dichotomous branching with reticulate systems emerging later. Veins appeared in the...

- that can take on exactly two values is termed a binary variable or a dichotomous variable; an important special case is the Bernoulli variable. Categorical...

- In statistics, dichotomous thinking or binary thinking is the process of seeing a discontinuity in the possible values that a p-value can take during...

- divided into a separate calyx and corolla. Compare homochlamydeous. dichotomous Forking into two equal branches. This may result from an equal division...

- A closed-ended question refers to any question for which a researcher provides research parti****nts with options from which to choose a response. Closed-ended...

- correlation coefficient used when one variable (e.g. Y) is dichotomous; Y can either be "naturally" dichotomous, like whether a coin lands heads or tails, or an...

- sincere votes in special cases when voters have dichotomous preferences. For a voter with dichotomous preferences, approval voting is strategy-proof (also...

- Youden's index) is a single statistic that captures the performance of a dichotomous diagnostic test. Informedness is its generalization to the multicl****...

- In phylogenetics, a single-access key (also called dichotomous key, sequential key, analytical key, or pathway key) is an identification key where the...

- single point. In evolutionary terms, early emerging taxa tend to have dichotomous branching with reticulate systems emerging later. Veins appeared in the...

- that can take on exactly two values is termed a binary variable or a dichotomous variable; an important special case is the Bernoulli variable. Categorical...

- In statistics, dichotomous thinking or binary thinking is the process of seeing a discontinuity in the possible values that a p-value can take during...

- divided into a separate calyx and corolla. Compare homochlamydeous. dichotomous Forking into two equal branches. This may result from an equal division...

- A closed-ended question refers to any question for which a researcher provides research parti****nts with options from which to choose a response. Closed-ended...

- correlation coefficient used when one variable (e.g. Y) is dichotomous; Y can either be "naturally" dichotomous, like whether a coin lands heads or tails, or an...

- sincere votes in special cases when voters have dichotomous preferences. For a voter with dichotomous preferences, approval voting is strategy-proof (also...

- Youden's index) is a single statistic that captures the performance of a dichotomous diagnostic test. Informedness is its generalization to the multicl****...

- In phylogenetics, a single-access key (also called dichotomous key, sequential key, analytical key, or pathway key) is an identification key where the...

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