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To examine the statistical analysis of similarity values for CF problems in this paper, other 40 matrices (in addition to the earlier 20 benchmark matrices, making up a total of 60 matrices) will be generated and applied in this section.
Abbreviations: AD, attachment disk; ANOSIM, analysis of similarity; as2, second antennular segment; as3, third antennular segment; nMDS, non-metric multidimensional scaling; RDS, radial disk setae; RDS-5, radial disk seta 5; SIMPER, similarity percentage; TS-A+B, terminal setae A and B; TS-D, terminal seta D.
The paper proceeds as follows: Social representations theory and Cavelty's (2013) framework are described in the following section; analysis of similarity is detailed in the Method and Findings section.
An analysis of similarity percentages indicated that Actinopterygii spp.
TABLE 1: Results of analysis of similarity ANOSIM of phytoplankton abundances in water column according to habitat.
FCA will always produce oppositions and analysis of similarity centrality.
Analysis of Similarity Statistics indicates that our pre-analysis assignment to habitat types (mesic sand prairie, old field, oak barrens, oak woodland) are meaningful for both plants and moths, and samples within groups are more similar in composition than samples from different groups (plant species presence P = 0.006, moth species presence P = 0.004, moth species abundance P = 0.008).
Significant differences in rank similarities between groups of samples were tested by Analysis of Similarity (ANOSIM).
However, the primary aim of this study is the analysis of similarity and contrast in language rather than the analysis of English (even though a focus on one language was deemed preferable to a mishmash of languages).
Burkard compares what he believes to be analogous passages, but the analysis of similarity of form fails to convince.
The analysis of similarity between distributions and intensities governs assessment of how well a registration algorithm performs.
Significance of a priori grouping of habitat (streams, tinajas, and wetlands) was tested with analysis of similarity. Analysis of similarity has the advantage over discriminate analyses of not requiring assumptions about normality or homogeneity of the community data.
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