Heterogeneity and Data Analysis: Heterogeneity #4, 6, 7, 9

Heterogeneity #4, Deviation from the type or essential trajectory -> Heterogeneity #6: Variation, not types -> Heterogeneity #9. Heterogeneity in pathways of development

see post on fluoridation

Heterogeneity #7, Possibility of “underlying heterogeneity”

Different kinds or combinations of factors are involved in what is deemed the same response.  The challenge is to expose the factors and the ways they contribute to the response in question, if that is possible.

• Consider the height a high jumper jumps.  The athlete may use the classical approach to the jump and movements in the air or those of the Fosbury flop.

see post on twin studies

Heterogeneity #9, Heterogeneity in pathways of development -> potential for #11, Participatory restructuring through multiple points of engagement

see post on PKU: Responding to genetic conditions requires social infrastructure

(continuing a series of posts—see first post; see next post)

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2 thoughts on “Heterogeneity and Data Analysis: Heterogeneity #4, 6, 7, 9

  1. Pingback: Heterogeneity and Data Analysis: Heterogeneity #4, Deviation from the type or essential trajectory « Intersecting Processes

  2. Vicki

    I am looking for information on a study of rats that showed that the environmental factors effected the genetic modifications. I think it was about yellow rats. Can you help. I can’t seem to find it

    Reply

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