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scal·o·gram

 (skā′lə-grăm′)
n.
A diagram displaying the results of a survey, designed to determine whether the items form a scale for measuring some particular factor.
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scalogram

(ˈskæləˌɡræm)
n
a scale for measuring opinions and attitudes that is designed to analyse whether answers relate to the same factor
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The scalogram analysis suggested that at a general level the nine components are scalable and that the scale is valid; it produced an I of 0.676 and an R of 0.904 (Pons & Harris, 2005).
Para analizar las respuestas de los participantes con respecto a la percepcion que tienen de la habitabilidad del espacio publico, se uso la escala multidimensional de coordenadas de orden parcial (POSAC) (por sus siglas del ingles Partial Order Scalogram Analysis) (Shye, 1985, 2009) (3).
From the non-orthogonal scalogram, the signal power for each of the different frequency bands was expressed in % of the total power of the complete scalogram.
Scalogram is a method of using wavelet analysis to obtain spectral information.
proposed the frame-based EEG features through wavelet and scalogram transform and designed a hybrid deep learning model which combined CNN and RNN [37].
The scales s andf at time u in the continuous wavelet transform (CWT) and scalogram were shown as given in equations (5) and (6) [22].
Countercheck against the Guttman scalogram as illustrated in Figure 4 indicates that the two items D08_1 (item 8) and D04_1 (item 4) have been underrated by 20 students: student 85 (S85), student 06 (S06), student 86 (S86), student 110 (S110), student 140 (S140), student 33 (S33), student 02 (S02), student 99 (S99), student 01 (S01), student 46 (S46), student 87 (S87), student 08 (S08), student 04 (S04), student 120 (S120), student 143 (S143), student 09 (S09), student 150 (S150), student 94 (S94), student 02 (S02), and student 92 (S92), respectively (Figure 3).
Gangopadhyay, "Time-frequency characterization of fetal phonocardiography signals using wavelet scalogram," Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, vol.
[2] proposed the use of wavelet scalogram images as an input into a CNN to detect faults within a set of vibration data.
For each time segment and frequencyband, the Power Spectral Density was calculated by integrating the corresponding wavelet scalogram over time.
Finally, the ERG tracing and scalogram obtained from patient 4 (Figure 4(d)) disclosed a waveform that is almost solely composed of OPs with a %OPs of 89.2% (Z-score: 13.14; p < 0.0001), the highest %OPs value obtained from our patient cohort.