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association value


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association value n.

association value n.

The Value of Plains Cotton Cooperative Association

Sex-specific association of time-varying haemoglobin values with mortality in incident dialysis patients

Prognostic value of the New York Heart Association classification in end-stage renal disease

SVD-phy: improved prediction of protein functional associations through singular value decomposition of phylogenetic profiles

Lay people's views of school food policy options: associations with confidence, personal values and demographics

Group-combined P-values with applications to genetic association studies

P-values and reproductive health: what can clinical researchers learn from the American Statistical Association?

“P < 0.05” Might Not Mean What You Think: American Statistical Association Clarifies P Values

The value of anti-Müllerian hormone measurement in the long GnRH agonist protocol: association with ovarian response and gonadotrophin-dose adjustments

P189. Latent tuberculosis: Diagnostic value of QuantiFERON and genetic association to the SNP INFG+874 T/A

Left atrial function measured by cardiac magnetic resonance imaging in patients with heart failure: clinical associations and prognostic value

Association of Athlete's Foot with Cellulitis of the Lower Extremities: Diagnostic Value of Bacterial Cultures of Ipsilateral Interdigital Space Samples

Prognostic Value of Vitamin D Level for All-cause Mortality, and Association With Inflammatory Markers, in HIV-infected Persons

SP534PREOPERATIVE PWV VALUES ASSOCIATION WITH SUCCESS RATES AND MATURATION TIMES OF NATIVE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA IN ESRD PATIENTS

WORK VALUES AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH BURNOUT/WORK ENGAGEMENT OF NURSES IN LONG-TERM CARE HOSPITALS

The potential value of sibling controls compared with population controls for association studies of lifestyle-related risk factors: an example from the Breast Cancer Family Registry

Association of cyclin D1 G870A polymorphism with uterine leiomyoma in women whose body mass index values are above 25 kg/m2

 

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A property of nonsense syllables and other materials that are themselves meaningless of being, to varying degrees, suggestive of meaningful words or ideas. For example, according to empirical studies, the nonsense syllables BAL, FUT, and MOD have very high association value, whereas CIJ, VAF, and XEJ have very low association value.

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