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16 Jun 2006 09:29 PDT
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What is the meaning of the term "U-trend" in the field of statistics?
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From: kottekoe-ga on 16 Jun 2006 22:21 PDT
It's named after you.
From: statisticsscientist-ga on 18 Jun 2006 11:56 PDT
A U is like a parabola. There are two variables involved, for example time and temperature, or time and speed. An over-simple example. If for example, the outside temperature is 60 degrees at 8:00 AM and declines a degree an hour for the next 12 hours - then increases a degree an hour for 12 hours after that, you can say its "U" shaped ( a "V" in this over-simple example). Though that's the gist of U shaped.
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