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Synonyms for correlate

Synonyms for correlate

to come or bring together in one's mind or imagination

something closely resembling or analogous to something else

Synonyms for correlate

either of two or more related or complementary variables

to bear a reciprocal or mutual relation

bring into a mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relation

mutually related

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Study done by Mahmood (2015), correlates the MCQs and SEQs scores in written undergraduate ophthalmology assessment.
Whitney Correlate co-founders, Russell Kopp and Niall MacDonald will join Options Group's existing Asia team.
However, reverse this, and correlate it with "question the value of the results," and one might see this answer as, "What's the point?
Some of the conclusions that we have drawn from these records are 1) varve thickness is most highly correlated with the intensity of the annual flood during the period of streamflow monitoring; 2) varve thickness correlates with inter-annual changes in air temperature prior to the period of rapid glacier recession in the early twentieth century; and 3) temporal patterns of sedimentation are consistent with published records of glacial activity in the Canadian Cordillera and with our moraine chronologies based on tree rings and lichens.
* at ambient temperature, durometer values of polyurethanes correlate with the log of modulus;
251) once made the tongue-in-cheek suggestion that "the presence of a colon in the title of a paper is the primary correlate of scholarship." While titular colonicity is almost certainly not correlated with accuracy, it does provide a nice example of something that is definitely not correlated with accuracy in a "robust" way.
Technology can also help capture internal data by harnessing the explosion of external data on industry, jurisdiction, climate, geography and other attributes that correlate to risk.
It is Quest's vision to deliver each domain administrator with a complete workbench to detect, diagnose and resolve issues in their unique environment with integration into the Foglight console to correlate information across all the domains within their IT organization.
Correlate (correlate.com), the developer of visual document management solutions for team-based collaboration, has announced K-Map Solutions, designed to manage the documentation needs for regulatory compliance and project documentation.
Used with regularly calibrated systems, the test results are easily repeatable and correlate well with casting quality.
The data are repeatable and correlate well with traditional lab techniques such as free drainage and Britt jar tests.
This means these particular lab tests have never been studied to see if they also correlate with prolonged life in people with HIV.
It did not correlate with the initial attitudes of the child's parents toward the case but did correlate with an early onset of statements about the previous life, the amount of emotion shown by the child when recalling the past life, and the amount of facial resemblance between the child and the deceased individual.
The ability to correlate intervention strategies with HSI and financial outcomes is the missing link to align clinical and health care finance decision making.