# interaction statistical

**interaction (statistical)**

*Dictionary of sociology.
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**interaction**— social interaction statistical … Dictionary of sociology**Interaction (statistics)**— In statistics, an interaction is a term in a statistical model added when the effect of two or more variables is not simply additive. Such a term reflects that the effect of one variable depends on the values of one or more other variables. Thus … Wikipedia**Interaction variable**— In statistics, an interaction variable is a variable often used in regression analysis. It is formed by the multiplication of two independent variables. Example There is a group of participants. Their postural control is being analysed and scored … Wikipedia**Statistical potential**— In protein structure prediction, a statistical potential (also knowledge based potential, empirical potential, or residue contact potential) is an energy function derived from an analysis of known structures in the Protein Data Bank. Typical… … Wikipedia**Interaction**— For other uses, see Interaction (disambiguation). Interaction is a kind of action that occurs as two or more objects have an effect upon one another. The idea of a two way effect is essential in the concept of interaction, as opposed to a one way … Wikipedia**Interaction information**— The interaction information (McGill 1954) or co information (Bell 2003) is one of several generalizations of the mutual information, and expresses the amount information (redundancy or synergy) bound up in a set of variables, beyond that which is … Wikipedia**statistical interaction**— A statistically established relationship between two (or more) variables such that the values of one vary in some systematic way with the values of another. Statistical interactions between two or more independent variables can significantly… … Dictionary of sociology**interaction effects (statistical)**— See contingency table … Dictionary of sociology**Open statistical ensemble**— Statistical mechanics Thermodynamics · … Wikipedia**Correlation function (statistical mechanics)**— For other uses, see Correlation function (disambiguation). In statistical mechanics, the correlation function is a measure of the order in a system, as characterized by a mathematical correlation function, and describes how microscopic variables… … Wikipedia