verb (used with object), cor·re·lat·ed, cor·re·lat·ing.
verb (used without object), cor·re·lat·ed, cor·re·lat·ing.
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This made it possible to examine brain waves that correlate with attention at the moment just before they successfully retrieved—or forgot—the memory.Media Multitasking Is Ruining Our Memory. Can We Fix It?|Shelly Fan|November 3, 2020|Singularity Hub
Our presidents have ranged widely in age, and age hasn’t always correlated with mental and physical fitness.
This trains the algorithm to correlate variables like an area’s species richness and species composition with specific patterns in satellite images.
Color perception is based on the visible spectrum of electromagnetic waves of light and auditory perception is based on the frequency of pressure waves of air, which can be mapped linearly to neural correlates.Our Mind-Boggling Sense of Smell - Issue 91: The Amazing Brain|Ann-Sophie Barwich|October 14, 2020|Nautilus
Given that population density is strongly correlated to how Democratic or Republican an area is — the more people live in a place, the more Democratic it tends to be — this is an important consideration for pollsters as well.What Pollsters Have Changed Since 2016 — And What Still Worries Them About 2020|Geoffrey Skelley (email@example.com)|October 13, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
At some length, she explained the nature and purpose of the tests, and her method of scoring and correlating them.Day of the Moron|Henry Beam Piper
Plate 40 indicates the necessary design steps for a panel surface enrichment correlating with still life drawing.Industrial Arts Design|William H. Varnum
Our criticism amounts only to this, that in correlating the new system with the old he went upon a wrong track.Logic, Inductive and Deductive|William Minto
An understanding of the latter set of data was facilitated by correlating it with the growth records of marked individuals.
A mass of data is already at hand, and in process of sorting and correlating.A History of Science, Volume 5(of 5)|Henry Smith Williams