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Q: Is there a way to calculate the conversion factor between BIC and ANOVA? I have a question about BIC (Bayesian information criterion) and ANOVA (analysis of variance). When I search online, I found that the regression coefficient of (1 / degrees of freedom of model) can be used to convert BIC into ANOVA, but there is no online tool to do this conversion for me. Thanks. A: The BIC is model selection criterion. It takes model fit as well as the number of model parameters into account to choose the best model. When comparing two or more models, it is the best model that has the lowest BIC score. Assuming that your model(s) have correctly specified the relationships between the observations, BIC score has a direct interpretation. You have a trade-off between the likelihood of the observations, and the model complexity. In this example, as the number of parameters in a model increase, the likelihood of the observations will also increase, so if the number of parameters is large compared to the number of observations, the BIC will decrease. This corresponds to the large $D$ in the ANOVA, and is the basis of the interpretation. Convergence of laser induced fluorescence and photoluminescence from single colloidal quantum dots. We report a study on the relation between the laser induced fluorescence and photoluminescence from single colloidal quantum dots, which are a key to understanding the nonlinear optical properties of these nanomaterials. The fluorescence is observed for a subwavelength laser excitation and is due to photoluminescence in contrast to the excitation of the lowest energy exciton transition. The colloidal quantum dots are dispersed in toluene and the fluorescence as well as the photoluminescence are observed in situ using a scanning confocal microscope. We find that the fluorescence is a result of photoluminescence. The emission is not directly proportional to the excitation intensity. We interpret the relation between fluorescence and photoluminescence in terms of a physical model.[Maternal and neonatal morbidity in pregnant women with asymptomatic acute myocardial infarction]. The aim of this study was to evaluate the pregnancy morbidity in pregnant women with acute myocardial infarction (AMI).