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method of adjustment n.

method of adjustment n.

A new method for the adjustment of neochordal length: the adjustable slip knot technique

Mortality statistics in immigrant research: method for adjusting underestimation of mortality.

A Comparison of Confounding Adjustment Methods for Assessment of Asthma Controller Medication Effectiveness

HIV Quality Report Cards: Impact of Case-Mix Adjustment and Statistical Methods

The forward sensitivity and adjoint-state methods of glacial isostatic adjustment

Analysis of Longitudinal Studies With Repeated Outcome Measures: Adjusting for Time-Dependent Confounding Using Conventional Methods

On-line variable live-adjusted displays with internal and external risk-adjusted mortalities. A valuable method for benchmarking and early detection of unfavourable trends in cardiac surgery

Estimating the Relative Incidence of Heroin Use: Application of a Method for Adjusting Observed Reports of First Visits to Specialized Drug Treatment Agencies

The Influence of Risk Adjustment Methods on Conclusions About Quality of Care in Nursing Homes Based on Outcome Measures

Estimated disability-adjusted life years averted by long-term provision of long acting contraceptive methods in a Brazilian clinic

The Effect of Gender and Body Composition Method on the Apparent Decline in Lean Mass-Adjusted Resting Metabolic Rate With Age

Comparison of cation-adjusted Mueller–Hinton broth with Iso-Sensitest broth for the NCCLS broth microdilution method

Validity of Methods for Model Selection, Weighting for Model Uncertainty, and Small Sample Adjustment in Capture-Recapture Estimation

A comparison of methods for adjusting biomarkers of iron, zinc, and selenium status for the effect of inflammation in an older population: a case for interleukin 6

 

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Another name for the method of average error.

Subjects: Psychology.


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