Collinearity indicates that a set of points are on a single straight line. Alternative spellings are co-linear or colinear. The version with the double l is typically preferred due to a latin grammatical rule, an example of which is the spelling of attractive, which derives from ad tractare where the d is lost and the consonant doubled. The fusion of cum linea to produce collinear works in a similar way.
Depending on the technical field it may refer to:
Dealing with Collinearity: During Creation of Regression Models, Collinearity Can Occur, Which Causes Invalid Results for Individual Regressors
Mar 01, 2013; William James once said: "We must be careful not to confuse data with the abstractions we use to analyze them."...
Developmental Trends in Utilizing Perceptual Closure for Grouping of Shape: Effects of Spatial Proximity and Collinearity
Nov 01, 2006; In two experiments, visual search was used to study the grouping of shape on the basis of perceptual closure among participants...