cohort


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one who is united in a relationship with another

one who supports and adheres to another

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a company of companions or supporters

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a band of warriors (originally a unit of a Roman Legion)

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a group of people having approximately the same age

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With the addition of Actionable Cohort Analysis, YouAppi's OneRun Platform combines the power of machine learning with our proprietary predictive algorithms, analyzing over 250 terabytes of data every day.
YouAppi's OneRun platform combines the power of machine learning with our proprietary predictive algorithms, and cohort technology, to analyze the mobile content consumption patterns of over 1.
The probabilities of cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma, or liver transplant were much lower with either birth cohort screening strategy, however, compared with the risk-based strategies or no screening.
For example, the 1987 cohort consists of individuals who had their Ph.
14) A linear regression of these residuals then allows an estimate of the effect of each cohort.
Although these cohorts are unrelated, the distribution of deficiencies among them is strikingly similar," the FDA report stated.
Although this article discusses primarily the 2000 birth cohort, QCEW microdata on businesses births, deaths, and employment between 1991 and 2009 are used to construct a baseline, or typical, cohort.
Between the annual seminars students go online to communicate with professors and other members of the cohort.
Up to 5 days rest between cohorts for candidates to recuperate
The program is flourishing as outcomes from the first cohort (2007-2008) continue to be realized.
2004) identified a fall in intergenerational income mobility in a comparison of a birth cohort born in 1970 compared to one born in 1958.
It contains age-gender effects, birth-year cohort effects, and the estimated deviations of employment from its long-run trend as the cyclical indicator.
These cohort studies were done over a 26 year follow up phase, during which 780 cases of T2DM were identified.
BACKGROUND: Many pregnancy and birth cohort studies investigate the health effects of early-life environmental contaminant exposure.