[S1E50]  Full Disclosure
Several digital distribution platforms that offer TV shows for rental or purchase, including iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Instant Video, group Steven Universe episodes into "volumes" instead of the usual seasons, with two normal 11-minute episodes usually paired into one 22-minute "double episode" within each volume. (Hulu, as a subscription platform, generally goes by the regular seasons and episodes as shown above.) The first three volumes each consisted of thirteen double episodes; later volumes consist of ten "episodes" each, mostly double episodes but with double-length episodes and occasional single regular episodes each counted as a full "episode".
[S1E50] Full Disclosure
This first volume of Steven Universe is all about discovery. Steven is still an over-enthusiastic boy and more often than not, that gets in the way of his progress towards becoming a Gem. However, little by little, episode by episode he learns more about the Crystal Gems, their secrets, their history and the full extent of their powers.
Volume 7 begins with "Raising the Barn" and "Back to the Kindergarten". This volume also contains the rest of Season 5. The full episode of "Legs From Here to Homeworld" is only available for Season Pass holders on iTunes and Google Play.
There is a good linear relationship between N1 and N2, as shown in Figure 6 and Table 5. If we exclude the data (101/109) of S1E10 in Table 4, then the R2 =0.8717 becomes R2 = 0.9105. Therefore, the R2 =0.8717 can still be used to describe the set of S1E10 specimens. Due to the small amount of EPSC specimen data, the linear relationship could not be well represented. If the data of the EPSC specimens was large enough, their functional relationship could be fully shown. For example, S0E30 and S0E50 both have linear functional relationships. 041b061a72