### Table 1 Variable distributions: Children aged 5-17 in regression samples from the United States and the United Kingdom

### Table 2: Scalability of the algorithm

"... In PAGE 9: ... We used a minimum support of 40. The results are depicted in Table2 below. ... ..."

### Table 4. Multivariate regression models developed in this study.

"... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table4 summarizes the multivariate regression models developed by station groupings and event type. The best model identified using a stepwise routine for average annual NWFS and all stations included the TOPO/GEOG variables of point elevation, exposure, and latitude and explained approximately 73 percent of the variance in snowfall across the region.... ..."

### Table 12: Multivariate Regression Analysis of Administrative Data

2003

"... In PAGE 32: ... The sanction analysis only examines non-exempt individuals. Table12 reports marginal effects coefficients and Z-statistics from the probit estimations. The marginal effects coefficients represent the percentage point change in that particular probability given a small change in the row variable.... In PAGE 33: ...ith 15.9 percent of Whites. It appears as if Whites were more likely to have ever received a sanction. However, when we isolate the effects of race from the other variables in Table12 , we find that Whites are actually 1.1 percentage points less likely to have ever received a sanction.... ..."

### Table 7. The selected metrics obtained from applying uni- variate logistic regression, multivariate logistic regression, and the proposed coarse-grained algorithm to training set A.

### Table 8 reports the results of a sequence of multivariate tests. The first regression

"... In PAGE 4: ... Residential persistence rates were somewhat lower in the slave states as would be expected given their laws of primogeniture and the slave - based alternative to the family old - age security system. It is also relevant to note that the sample of militiamen examined by Villaflor and Sokoloff (1982) seriously under represents farmers (only 37 percent listed themselves as such; see Table8 , p. 553).... In PAGE 14: ...S. Government Printing Office, 1984): Table8 4, p. 63.... In PAGE 15: ... Thereafter annual figures are given. The Coale and Zelnik series was extended with data from Statistical Abstract 1984: Table8 5, p. 64.... In PAGE 40: ... In regressions containing those variables the relationship between fertility and the independent variable for the southern states was not substantially different than that for the northern states. Equation 4 in Table8 is a final test of the life - cycle hypothes is apos; ability to incorporate the southern states into its generalization. The dummy variable SOUTH is entered into the multiple regression with the four surviving life - cycle proxies.... ..."

### Table 6. Stepwise multivariate regression analysis for organization A

1998

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### TABLE 5. Regression Coefficients (b) from Multivariate Regressions Relating Fitness (W170) to Systolic Blood Pressure*

2008