interquartile range


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interquartile range

(ˌɪntəˈkwɔːtaɪl)
n
(Statistics) statistics the difference between the value of a variable below which lie 25 per cent of the population, and that below which lie 75 per cent: a measure of the spread of the distribution
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Interquartile Range Using Adjustment-to-Cash (IRS) Method, Multistep-Adjustment Procedure, and One-Stage Procedure, 2011 (PLI = Operating Margin) Adjustment- Multistep- One-Stage to-Cash (IRS) Adjustment Procedure Method Procedure Upper Quartile 3.
Median = measure calculated by arranging all of the scores from lowest to highest and finding the middle score; Interquartile range = the numerical difference between the middle 50% of scores.
A wider PMV interquartile range, in particular with higher values for high SHGC glazings and larger window areas, is in accordance with this.
The indicator's interquartile range was a 2, demonstrating a minimal consensus among the expert panel members.
K-core inflation is less volatile than XFE, apart from the interquartile range measure.
5% interquartile range (IQR): 16-37] as compared to those with Graves' disease [median 52% (IQR: 36-77.
The interquartile range is the length of the box, the difference between the third and first quartiles.
The interquartile range (IQR), ie, the number of pixels in the 25th to 75th percentile of signal intensity, was calculated for each distribution and a greater IQR was indicative more fat infiltration.
The interquartile range (the range between the third and first quartiles) is a robust method of estimating the dispersion.
Interquartile range (IQR) is the difference between the lower and upper quartiles.
47) (a) Family restaurants 6 51 Percentage 5% 10% Fast food restaurants 80 238 Percentage 68% 49% (a) Interquartile range.