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statistical interaction


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interaction (statistical)

statistical interaction

interaction (statistical)

statistical interaction

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Interactions Between Causal and Statistical Learning

Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics of Long-Range Interactions

Statistical Approaches to Gene X Environment Interactions for Complex Phenotypes

Statistical Strategies for Modeling Gene × Environment Interactions in Longitudinal Cohort Studies

Improved statistical methods reveal direct interactions between 16S and 23S rRNA

SNOW, a web-based tool for the statistical analysis of protein–protein interaction networks

Target prediction and a statistical sampling algorithm for RNA–RNA interaction

Statistical prediction of protein–chemical interactions based on chemical structure and mass spectrometry data

Introduction to statistical modelling 2: categorical variables and interactions in linear regression

Introduction and Overview of Statistical Approaches to Gene × Environment Interactions for Complex Phenotypes

A knowledge-based scoring function for protein-RNA interactions derived from a statistical mechanics-based iterative method

Determination of protein–DNA binding constants and specificities from statistical analyses of single molecules: MutS–DNA interactions

A statistical model of ChIA-PET data for accurate detection of chromatin 3D interactions

Visualization of dynamics of plant–pathogen interaction by novel combination of chlorophyll fluorescence imaging and statistical analysis: differential effects of virulent and avirulent strains of P. syringae and of oxylipins on A. thaliana

 

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A statistically established relationship between two (or more) variables such that the values of one vary in some systematic way with the values of another. Statistical interactions between two or more independent variables can significantly complicate certain types of multivariate analyses where independent variables are assumed to be independent of (orthogonal to) each other. See also multicollinearity.

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