correlate with

correlate something with something

to match or equate something with something else. Can you correlate her comment with what she said yesterday? The scientist could not correlate the new data with his hypothesis.

correlate with something

to match or equate with something. This does not correlate with your earlier story. What she said yesterday does not correlate with what she is saying today.
References in classic literature ?
It was a bit of phenomena that he could not correlate with all the rest of the phenomena in the universe.
These symptoms are more likely to correlate with CT evidence of CRS than headache or facial pain or pressure.
Figure 1 shows that a point biserial correlation between subjective difficulty rating and correct selection of functional hypothesis exists for only one case, while for 5 out of 10 cases difficulty ratings correlate with treatment selection accuracy.
The books in the Sound Advice series were designed to correlate with the ear-training requirements for the Royal Conservatory of Music examinations and the Victoria Conservatory of Music examinations.
This means these particular lab tests have never been studied to see if they also correlate with prolonged life in people with HIV.
This testing along with some occasional testing of "good" versus "bad" samples led to the conclusion that at the same viscosity (measured by Mooney or the DSR "A" factor) the higher alpha value seemed to correlate with better processing.
These lines, in turn, correlate with key fabrication variables--such as blow-up ratio, frost-line height, die gap, and output rate--and ultimately influence film properties, according to Thomas Butler, the senior development associate who authored the paper.
The researchers also are exploring how cultural distance in terms of specific factors -- such as religion and language -- correlate with an expanded set of outcomes -- such as political conflict, civil war, and the intensity of trade between countries.
Hardiness did not correlate with either national test but, as Table III demonstrates, did correlate with rank in class at the .
If measured dimensions do not correlate with predicted ones, the model is updated on a computer to accommodate the characteristics of the new press, and again downloaded to the machine.
Frustrated by the inadequacies of the traditional consumer research toolbox to meaningfully differentiate brands or correlate with sales, Dr.
The study will also catalogue the practices that correlate with lower costs, and provide participants with recommendations to help reduce the cost of their internal controls and compliance efforts.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Design to Production Test Results to Correlate with ASE Test Facilities Worldwide
The IP resistivity survey appears to correlate with the mineralization we found in GFW12 and other nearby drill holes," added Mr.
The IP-Resistivity Survey appears to correlate with the mineralization we found in GFW12 and other nearby drill holes," added Kern.