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Synonyms for exponentiation

the process of raising a quantity to some assigned power

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The curve shown is based on entering the mean for all covariates, centering the estimated log hazard ratio and then exponentiating it.
Again, when exponentiating the regression coefficient we obtain the IRR for the regression coefficient [e.
By exponentiating, we obtain the sharp inequalities for x [greater than or equal to] 1,
Because the metric for the model is the logarithm of time, exponentiating the regression coefficient yields a multiplier giving the factor by which the time of promotion for women exceeds the time for men (and values less than one indicate men take longer).
Exponentiating the estimated coefficient leaves us the hazard ratio displayed in Table 2.
Table 4 gives the relative weights for the IPF-PPS CCs computed by exponentiating the coefficient estimates from the log per diem cost regression.
M], by exponentiating the obtained difference with a base of 2: [P.
Exponentiating a power series can have the effect of smoothing out the behavior of the coefficients.
This equation results from exponentiating both sides of the In(odds) equation and solving algebraically for [^.
Exponentiating and moving all instances of the unknown to one side gives
Exponentiating these log odds produces the odds ratios for a particular outcome.
This relative risk is calculated in relation to base line group by exponentiating the regression coefficient, that is, exp([beta]) which represents the effect of the covariate on the hazard function for reference group.
By exponentiating the Naperian base of the logarithm (2.
We can, however, present a percentage interpretation of the effects of the two types of historic areas on the housing sales price by exponentiating the relevant coefficient and subtracting one.
The relative risk for presence of a dichotomous [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] factor is estimated by exponentiating the coefficient for that variable; for continuous variables, exponentiating the coefficient calculates the increase in risk for an increment of 1 on whatever scale is used.