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    One sentence, a lot of baggage?

    Greetings:
    Hi! I'm new and am super excited to have found this forum ^^
    I was looking for some help with this one sentence and hope this is the right location to post this >_<

    I'm trying to summarize the bottom list into one sentence. I'm fairly satisfied with the first part of the sentence but am having difficulties with the second part..

    Description: One tree has one DBH and two faces (a North and a South).

    Situation (or well, I guess.. Results):

    There is no relationship between DBH and Lichen cover of North face.
    There is no relationship between DBH and Lichen cover of South face.

    There is no relationship between Temperature of North face and Lichen cover of North face.
    There is no relationship between Temperature of South face and Lichen cover of South face.

    Sentence (after modifying it for several hours):

    "There was no significant relationship between DBH and (North or South) lichen cover as well as..

    .. between temperature and lichen cover (of respective North and South faces)."


    Question: Does my sentence (particularly the second part) make sense? >_< Any advice or feedback?

    Please let me know if I have provided enough information or if I need to provide any clarifications; I've been looking at this stuff for so many hours it's become like common sense to me lol.

    Thank you so much for your time!


    In case you were wondering.. I'm trying to summarize my results from several linear regression analyses and I understand the results and everything, I'm just having a hard time arranging the information into a sentence. :]

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    Re: One sentence, a lot of baggage?

    Well, this is my first try - still a lot of baggage, but maybe a little more understandable.

    There was no significant relationship between DBH and north or south face lichen cover nor between the temperature and lichen cover of either the north or south face.


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