### Definition of Covariation

1. Noun. (statistics) correlated variation.

Category relationships: Statistics
Generic synonyms: Variation
Derivative terms: Co-vary, Covariance

### Definition of Covariation

1. Noun. covariance ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

1. [n -S]

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Covariation

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### Literary usage of Covariation

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Statistics in Molecular Biology and Genetics: Selected Proceedings of a 1997 by Françoise Seillier-Moiseiwitsch (1999)
"covariation analysis of sets of aligned sequences for protein molecules is successful ... In this paper we identify two reasons why naive use of covariation ..."

2. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1921)
"It would seem that the qualitative disparity of these intervals is obscured by a greater covariation in clearness of the components, the factor which makes ..."

3. Sas/stat 9.1 User's Guide by SAS Institute, Virginia Clark (2004)
"If there is more than one dependent variable, then the NESTED procedure displays an “analysis of covariation” table for each pair of dependent variables ..."

4. An Introduction to Continuity, Extrema, and Related Topics for General by Robert J. Adler (1990)
"The examples given all show that ordering two stable processes in terms of the covariation function, does not imply stochastic ordering of the sample maxima ..."

5. Selected Proceedings of the Symposium on Estimating Functions by Ishwar V. Basawa, Robert Lee Taylor, V. P. Godambe (1997)
"covariation is not in general symmetric; ... covariation leads to the a norm \\U\\Q of a scalar SaS(a) random variable U defined by \\U\\Q = [U,U]lQ/Q. Note ..."

6. Drug Abuse Prevention Through Family Interventions edited by Rebecca S. Ashery, Elizabeth B. Robertson, Karol L. Kumpfer (2000)
"... (3) the methods model (M2), indicating that the factors associated with the reporting agent accounted for the majority of the covariation within these ..."

7. Statistics in Molecular Biology and Genetics: Selected Proceedings of a 1997 by Françoise Seillier-Moiseiwitsch (1999)
"covariation analysis of sets of aligned sequences for protein molecules is successful ... In this paper we identify two reasons why naive use of covariation ..."

8. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1921)
"It would seem that the qualitative disparity of these intervals is obscured by a greater covariation in clearness of the components, the factor which makes ..."

9. Sas/stat 9.1 User's Guide by SAS Institute, Virginia Clark (2004)
"If there is more than one dependent variable, then the NESTED procedure displays an “analysis of covariation” table for each pair of dependent variables ..."

10. An Introduction to Continuity, Extrema, and Related Topics for General by Robert J. Adler (1990)
"The examples given all show that ordering two stable processes in terms of the covariation function, does not imply stochastic ordering of the sample maxima ..."

11. Selected Proceedings of the Symposium on Estimating Functions by Ishwar V. Basawa, Robert Lee Taylor, V. P. Godambe (1997)
"covariation is not in general symmetric; ... covariation leads to the a norm \\U\\Q of a scalar SaS(a) random variable U defined by \\U\\Q = [U,U]lQ/Q. Note ..."

12. Drug Abuse Prevention Through Family Interventions edited by Rebecca S. Ashery, Elizabeth B. Robertson, Karol L. Kumpfer (2000)
"... (3) the methods model (M2), indicating that the factors associated with the reporting agent accounted for the majority of the covariation within these ..."