Lag correlation

(statistics) another name for cross-correlation


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  • Lager

    [lah-ger, law-] /ˈlɑ gər, ˈlɔ-/ noun 1. Also called lager beer. a beer stored from six weeks to six months for aging before use. verb (used with object) 2. to age (beer) usually by storing in tanks at just-below freezing temperatures for several weeks or months. [lah-ger] /ˈlɑ gər/ noun, verb (used with or without […]

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