### Table 6.1 continued Univariate Regression Results for Sector-Based Variables In this table the results of the analysis for the sector-based variables are depicted. In column three and four the expected dependence between the accounting ratios and the default probability is compared with the empirical relationship to default. As can be seen all variables behave in an economically meaningful way. In column five the functional form of the relationship between accounting ratio and log odd is listed, where l stands for linear, c for concave and u for an u-shaped empirical dependence. The univariate Accuracy Ratios for the 2-digit and the 6-digit analysis for the bankruptcy data set are shown in column eight and ten. For easier comparison the Accuracy Ratios for the firm-based analysis are depicted, too. The variables that were selected for the backward selection procedure but that did not enter into the final model are marked with a star, while the winning accounting ratios are labeled with an exclamation mark.

### Table 5.1 Univariate Regression Results In this table the results of the analysis described in the former chapters are depicted. In column three and four the expected dependence between the accounting ratios and the default probability is compared with the empirical relationship to default. As can be seen all variables behave in an economically meaningful way. In column five the functional form of the relationship between accounting ratio and log odd is listed, where l stands for linear, c for concave and u for an u-shaped empirical dependence. Besides, the univariate Accuracy Ratios for all data sets are shown. Notice that a powerful ratio for the default definition bankruptcy in general also does well in predicting default for the default criteria rescheduling and delay-in-payment. The variables that were selected for the backward selection procedure but that did not enter into the final model are marked with a star, while the winning accounting ratios are labeled with an exclamation mark.

### Table 5.1 continued Univariate Regression Results In this table the results of the analysis described in the former chapters are depicted. In column three and four the expected dependence between the accounting ratios and the default probability is compared with the empirical relationship to default. As can be seen all variables behave in an economically meaningful way. In column five the functional form of the relationship between accounting ratio and log odd is listed, where l stands for linear, c for concave and u for an u-shaped empirical dependence. Besides, the univariate Accuracy Ratios for all data sets are shown. Notice that a powerful ratio for the default definition bankruptcy in general also does well in predicting default for the default criteria rescheduling and delay-in-payment. The variables that were selected for the backward selection procedure but that did not enter into the final model are marked with a star, while the winning accounting ratios are labeled with an exclamation mark.

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### Table 2 Proportion of biologically characterized genes in meaningful clusters vs. those in Cho. 1998. Cell Cycle Proportion Meaningful cluster

2004

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### Table 2 Proportion of biologically characterized genes in meaningful clusters vs. those in Cho. 1998. Cell Cycle Proportion Meaningful cluster

2003

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