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Furthermore, in contrast with data for PCBs, cross-sectional data from Australia for 2002-2007 suggest a decreasing trend in serum concentrations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) with age (Figure 11) (Mueller and Toms 2010).
Chapters 2-5 emphasize analyzing cross-sectional data using regression models.
1999), using Cross-sectional data for 13 member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development from 1960 to 1981 and predicting the negative relationship between payment transfers and income share of the middle 20 century, estimated the impact of the median voter to redistribution.
A secondary analysis was completed of cross-sectional data from the three outcomes by common hospital identifiers.
Models using the MLE method include BC88, BC92, KUM, and Cuesta (2000), and these impose the same restrictions as do the cross-sectional data models: a specific one-sided distribution of technical inefficiency, the iid normal distribution of statistical noise, and the uncorrelation between input variables and inefficiency.
Past studies have used cross-sectional data, which cannot evaluate such changes over time.
This was based on nationally representative cross-sectional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES 2003-2006).
5 lots of services of reconstruction, detection and transmission of cross-sectional data and economic data of the italian fishing fleet, in observance of the national program from 2014 to 2016, annual 2015, former ec regulation.
NHANES and other cross-sectional data sets should not be used in isolation to establish cause-and-effect relationships.
As a result, we added time series to the cross-sectional data and estimated equation (3) six times, adding one variable per estimation to check the consistency of [[beta].
The cross-sectional data for the first LP performed are shown in Table I.
2) On the latter topic, she notes that studies based on cross-sectional data have had conflicting results and leave unresolved issues of whether oral sex coincides with or delays the onset of vaginal sex, and whether adolescents' initiation of one type of sex increases their likelihood of initiating others.
The cross-sectional data across brands within an industry, or across brands and industries, may help managers understand the various factors better, but would give no relevant assistance to a single brand.
Cross-sectional data analysis revealed 20% of the variance in shuttle-run can be attributed to health attitudes.
This section considers inflation and growth in a cross-sectional data set.