variance


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Synonyms for variance

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an event that departs from expectations

discord that splits a group

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the second moment around the mean

a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions

the quality of being subject to variation

an official dispensation to act contrary to a rule or regulation (typically a building regulation)

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an activity that varies from a norm or standard

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Yet is not the power which injustice exercises of such a nature that wherever she takes up her abode, whether in a city, in an army, in a family, or in any other body, that body is, to begin with, rendered incapable of united action by reason of sedition and distraction; and does it not become its own enemy and at variance with all that opposes it, and with the just?
Esther found herself at variance with her sweetest friend; she could no longer look into his heart and find it written with the same language as her own; she could no longer think of him as the sun which radiated happiness upon her life, for she had turned to him once, and he had breathed upon her black and chilly, radiated blackness and frost.
But that the legislator himself did not expect to make all his citizens honourable and completely virtuous is evident from this, that he distrusts them as not being good men; for he sent those upon the same embassy that were at variance with each other; and thought, that in the dispute of the kings the safety of the state consisted.
He spoke with childish arrogance strangely at variance with the subservient position he occupied beneath the veranda.
Repeatability model assuming homogeneity of variance and the equal genetic correlation between lactations.
Also it displays descriptive statistics for each test variable, A test of variance equality, A confidence interval for the difference between the two variables (95 percent or a value you specify).
Sometimes we are interested in knowing the variance of the estimates of the parameters of the signal detection theory (SDT; Green & Swets, 1966; MacMillan & Creelman, 2005; Wickens, 2001).
Variance in Arabic Manuscripts: Arabic Didactic Poems From the Eleventh to the Seventeenth Centuries: Analysis of Textual Variance and Its Control in the Manuscripts
ABSTRACT: To estimate the variance for rare and cluster population has been the main problem in survey sampling.
The aim of the present study was to estimate variance components, genetic parameters and breeding values for birth weights in Brown Swiss calves.
At their core, robos are based on mean-variance optimization (MVO) the key to which is a portfolio variance formula that works like this in a two-asset example:
Eurex Exchange continues to ensure market support for its recently launched listed variance futures contract, which is based on the EURO STOXX 50, the most prominent equity index in Europe.
STURBRIDGE -- Last month, Jayesh Patel said his proposed Holiday Inn Express project was dead because the Zoning Board of Appeals was not allowing him a "necessary'' parking variance.
This activity can be done within a problem structure format for several topics, but the focus for this paper is on standard costing variance analysis, a sometimes difficult topic for principles of accounting students.
For this reason, DA Pam 750-8, The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) Users Manual, allows units a 10 percent variance with scheduled service dates.