
Definition of Bivariate
1. Adjective. Having two variables. "Bivariate binomial distribution"
Definition of Bivariate
1. Adjective. (mathematics) Having or involving exactly two variables ¹
2. Noun. (mathematics) A polynomial or function with exactly two variables ¹
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Definition of Bivariate
1. [adj]
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Literary usage of Bivariate
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1. Inequalities in Statistics and Probability: Proceedings of the Symposium on by Yung Liang Tong (1984)
"Let S ~ W2(n,2) be a bivariate Wishart matrix with n degrees of freedom (n > 2)
... Key words and phrases: bivariate Wishart distribution, logeigenvalues, ..."
2. Pricing Behavior in Philippine Corn Markets: Implications for Market Efficiency by Meyra Sebello Mendoza, Mark William Rosegrant (1995)
"bivariate correlation involves estimating the correlation coefficient between
... bivariate Price Correlations Between Wholesale Corn Markets Using monthly ..."
3. Topics in Statistical Dependence by Henry W. Block, Allan R. Sampson, Thomas H. Savits (1990)
"What this means is that we look at the set of all bivariate probability density
... bivariate distribution, total positivity of order two, convex set, ..."
4. New Developments and Applications in Experimental Design: Selected by William F. Rosenberger, Nancy Flournoy, Weng Kee Wong (1998)
"Consequently, responses are bivariate binary random variables that depend on a
bivariate treatment space. Assuming a bivariate probit response function with ..."
5. Mathematical Statistics and Applications: Festschrift for Constance Van Eeden by Constance van Eeden, Marc Moore, Sorana Froda, Christian Léger (2003)
"Introduction Consider the bivariate randomized block model with one observation
in each ... If we assume that the observations follow a bivariate normal ..."
6. Role of FarmLevel Diversification in the Adoption of Modern Technology in by Marc Nerlove, Stephen Vosti, Wesley Basel (1996)
"Table 17—bivariate relations "The Fstatistic in column (6) tests the equality
of the intercept across groups. bThe Fstatistic in column ..."
7. Inequalities in Statistics and Probability: Proceedings of the Symposium on by Yung Liang Tong (1984)
"Let S ~ W2(n,2) be a bivariate Wishart matrix with n degrees of freedom (n > 2)
... Key words and phrases: bivariate Wishart distribution, logeigenvalues, ..."
8. Pricing Behavior in Philippine Corn Markets: Implications for Market Efficiency by Meyra Sebello Mendoza, Mark William Rosegrant (1995)
"bivariate correlation involves estimating the correlation coefficient between
... bivariate Price Correlations Between Wholesale Corn Markets Using monthly ..."
9. Topics in Statistical Dependence by Henry W. Block, Allan R. Sampson, Thomas H. Savits (1990)
"What this means is that we look at the set of all bivariate probability density
... bivariate distribution, total positivity of order two, convex set, ..."
10. New Developments and Applications in Experimental Design: Selected by William F. Rosenberger, Nancy Flournoy, Weng Kee Wong (1998)
"Consequently, responses are bivariate binary random variables that depend on a
bivariate treatment space. Assuming a bivariate probit response function with ..."
11. Mathematical Statistics and Applications: Festschrift for Constance Van Eeden by Constance van Eeden, Marc Moore, Sorana Froda, Christian Léger (2003)
"Introduction Consider the bivariate randomized block model with one observation
in each ... If we assume that the observations follow a bivariate normal ..."
12. Role of FarmLevel Diversification in the Adoption of Modern Technology in by Marc Nerlove, Stephen Vosti, Wesley Basel (1996)
"Table 17—bivariate relations "The Fstatistic in column (6) tests the equality
of the intercept across groups. bThe Fstatistic in column ..."