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Synonyms for regression

a return to a former, usually worse condition

Synonyms for regression

an abnormal state in which development has stopped prematurely

(psychiatry) a defense mechanism in which you flee from reality by assuming a more infantile state

the relation between selected values of x and observed values of y (from which the most probable value of y can be predicted for any value of x)

returning to a former state

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1] in both univariate and multiple regressions after 10,000 replications.
While linear regression is straightforward, it has so many features that I will need to split the description into 2 parts; the second part will be in the December issue of the AMWA Journal.
Table 3: Linear Regressions for Sample 1 with 'Return on Assets' as a Dependent Variable
Histologic regression in melanoma is associated with a significantly lower risk of sentinel lymph node positivity and may serve as a prognostic factor when deciding whether to perform a sentinel lymph node biopsy, according to a metaanalysis.
Methods and applications of linear models; regression and the analysis of variance, 3d ed.
In addition, using principal Principal component scores in multiple linear regressions was also fitted to live weight-morphological variables.
Such data may be best analyzed by modeling the temporal regression relationship at the 0.
However, 4 months after the last chemotherapy, signs of spontaneous regression could be seen in every region of the tumor.
Forecasting with cue information: A comparison of multiple regressions with alternative forecasting approaches.
Table 4 presents the parameters of the monthly-energy and daily-energy regressions and their difference.
Regression is a statistical procedure adopted for generating mathematical equations which follow real world phenomena as closely as possible.
The two models that do include flying hours are Regressions 1N and 1P for the percentage data set.
This form of analysis involved a series of separate regressions that were conducted to identify the best possible combination of independent variables that predicted the dependent variables.
Multivariate regressions should be employed by these agencies to make that determination.
To predict the likelihood of receiving antiretroviral therapy or substance abuse treatment during each month, the analysts converted data to person-months and performed multivariate logistic regressions that controlled for the rime taken to enroll in Medicaid, demographic characteristics, year of diagnosis, initial diagnosis (HIV infection or AIDS), residence in a county with high HIV and AIDS prevalence, and receipt of obstetric and gynecologic care.