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Random Sampling Variation

Re-examining the role and random nature of phase variation

Compensating Variation and Hicksian Choice Probabilities in Random Utility Models that are Nonlinear in Income

A model for temperature variations in sedimentary basins due to random radiogenic heat sources

Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Variation among and within Selected Ixora (Rubiaceae) Populations and Mutants

Weak Randomness at the Origin of Biological Variation: The Case of Genetic Mutations

Response Rate to Mailed Epidemiologic Questionnaires: A Population-based Randomized Trial of Variations in Design and Mailing Routines

Random Amplified Polymorphic Dna Used to Identify Genetic Variation in Ecotypes of the European Corn Borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)

Detection of Copy Number Variations from Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization Data Using Linear-chain Conditional Random Field Models

Sample size for cluster randomized trials: effect of coefficient of variation of cluster size and analysis method

The impact of the zona pellucida thickness variation of human embryos on pregnancy outcome in relation to suboptimal embryo development. A prospective randomized controlled study

Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) Variation among Populations of the Insular Endemic Plant Campanula microdonta(Campanulaceae)

Tissue-specific distribution of an alternatively spliced COL4A5 isoform and non-random X chromosome inactivation reflect phenotypic variation in heterozygous X-linked Alport syndrome

Individual Variation in CD4 Cell Count Trajectory among Human Immunodeficiency Virus-infected Men and Women on Long-term Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy: An Application using a Bayesian Random Change-Point Model

 

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Unplanned and uncontrollable variations from a planned level of performance. They may arise from external influences (e.g. abnormal weather conditions) or they may be inherent in some element of the process (e.g. slight variations in the raw materials delivered). From a quality control point of view, it is important to distinguish between a random variation and one that means that the process is going out of control. See statistical process control.

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