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Unformatted text preview: backwards. This next figure illustrates most, but not all, elements in the dependent variable (dots or birds) "switching" with a change in the dichotomous independent variable (season). Further, it can be seen that change can be continuous in both its x and y amount. This is illustrated by plotting the data as a function of both all twelve months (A through G) and all ten latitudes (I through X) which gives us a more typical and more useful example. The previous format provided for: Time A through G x x (location of birds) I through X x x Illustrated in the following figure x x Not only do we get continuous x and y, but we can also get weak or strong relationships and positive or negative relationships....
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- Fall '09
- Psychology, dichotomous causal factors, simple dichotomous changes