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1. regression

noun. ['rəˈgrɛʃən'] an abnormal state in which development has stopped prematurely.

Synonyms

• abnormality
• abnormalcy
• infantile fixation
• arrested development

• condition
• commonness
• normal
• abnormal

Etymology

• -ion (English)
• regress (English)

Rhymes with Linear Regression

• transgression
• misimpression
• indiscretion
• decompression
• retrocession
• nonaggression
• repossession
• progression
• expression
• discretion
• compression
• suppression
• succession
• repression
• profession
• procession
• precession
• intercession
• impression
• digression
• depression
• confession
• concession
• secession
• recession
• possession
• oppression
• obsession
• aggression
• accession

Sentences with linear-regression

1. Noun Phrase
Analytical techniques in program evaluation range from simple descriptive statistics to linear regression techniques.

2. Noun Phrase
One popular mathematical calculation is linear regression analysis (LRA).

3. Noun Phrase
In stock trading, linear regression is sometimes called the time series forecast indicator.

4. Noun Phrase
Fit a line to the graph using nonlinear regression.

2. regression

noun. ['rəˈgrɛʃən'] the relation between selected values of x and observed values of y (from which the most probable value of y can be predicted for any value of x).

Synonyms

• regression toward the mean
• regression analysis
• statistical procedure
• statistical method
• rectilinear regression
• curvilinear regression
• simple regression
• linear regression

• better
• stay
• affirmation
• typicality

Etymology

• -ion (English)
• regress (English)

3. regression

noun. ['rəˈgrɛʃən'] returning to a former state.

Synonyms

• regress
• reversion
• reversal
• retrogression

• question
• offence
• offense
• gain

Etymology

• -ion (English)
• regress (English)

4. regression

noun. ['rəˈgrɛʃən'] (psychiatry) a defense mechanism in which you flee from reality by assuming a more infantile state.

Synonyms

• defense reaction
• defence mechanism
• defense
• defence reaction
• defence

• averageness
• unnatural
• expectedness
• normalcy

Etymology

• -ion (English)
• regress (English)

5. linear

adjective. ['ˈlɪniːɝ'] designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree.

• rough

6. linear

adjective. ['ˈlɪniːɝ'] of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension.

Synonyms

• collinear
• one-dimensional
• linelike
• rectilinear
• rectilineal

Antonyms

• cubic
• multidimensional
• standing
• malfunctioning

7. linear

adjective. ['ˈlɪniːɝ'] of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input.

• analogue

• unrelated
• collateral

• lengthways
• lengthwise

• complex
• difficult
• simplicity

9. linear

adjective. ['ˈlɪniːɝ'] (of a leaf shape) long and narrow.

• simple
• elongate

Antonyms

• fancy
• sophisticated
• precocious
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