Definition of Bimodality

1. Noun. (statistics) A bimodal condition ¹



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Definition of Bimodality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bimodality

bimillenaries
bimillenary
bimillenial
bimillennial
bimillennials
bimillennium
bimini
biminis
bimli
bimli hemp
bimmer
bimmies
bimmy
bimodal
bimodalities
bimodality (current term)
bimodally
bimodule
bimodules
bimolecular
bimolecular step
bimolecularly
bimonopole
bimonopoles
bimonthlies
bimonthly
bimoraic
bimorph
bimorphemic
bimorphs

Literary usage of Bimodality

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1. Profiting from Chaos: : Using Chaos Theory for Market Timing, Stock by Tonis Vaga (1994)
"Our nonlinear market model is related to one of 1. bimodality; ... bimodality occurs when the system spends most of its time in either of two widely ..."

2. The Psychology of Functional Neuroses by Harry Levi Hollingworth (1920)
"The second fact disclosed in Table III is the striking bimodality of the distributions. ... The significance of this bimodality is far from obvious. ..."

3. Diabetes in America by Ronald Aubert (1996)
"Zimmet P, Whitehouse S: bimodality of fasting and two-hour glucose tolerance distributions in a Micronesian population. Diabetes 27:793-800, 1978 29. ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1922)
"It may be that a plot of the aggregate of the two distributions shows little or no bimodality corresponding to the difference in the respective conditions ..."

5. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1904)
"... for it would mean bimodality in all the characters dealt with, which is contrary 'to experience, we may say that the variability of the offspring arrays ..."

6. The Journal of Educational Research by American Educational Research Association (1922)
"When all the marks were thrown into one "grand total" distribution the same bimodality and negative skewing appeared, and only "slight improvement" was ..."

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