Definition of covariation in English:

covariation

Syllabification: co·var·i·a·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌkōve(ə)rēˈāSHən
 
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noun

Mathematics
  • Correlated variation.
    More example sentences
    • How can we account for such genetic variation and covariation of traits within the present framework?
    • In a flexible variance-components framework, modeling such covariation as a covariance component in our analyses is straightforward.
    • Competition also provides a mechanistic basis for understanding asymmetries and negative covariation in the sizes of different structures.

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