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2 experiments on the development of the understanding of random phenomena are reported. Of interest was whether children understand the characteristic uncertainty in the physical nature of random phenomena as well as the unpredictability of outcomes. Children were asked, for both a random and a determined phenomenon, whether they knew what its next outcome… (More)
There are core-specific and noncore-specific domains of knowledge, but only the core-specific domains benefit from innate skeletal structures. Core skeletal domains are universally shared, even though their particular foci may vary; individuals vary extensively in terms of the noncore domains they acquire.
Clust.exampleE The example data of the mean gene expression levels Description This data is an artificial example of the mean gene expression levels. Usage data(Clust.exampleE) Format A 700x20 matrix including 700 genes and 20 chips. Every 100 genes belong to one cluster from the first gene. There are 7 clusters. (2007) Including probe-level uncertainty in… (More)