coefficient of variation


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coefficient of variation

n
(Statistics) statistics a measure of the relative variation of distribution independent of the units of measurement; the standard deviation divided by the mean, sometimes expressed as a percentage
Translations
Variationskoeffizient
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V= coefficient of variation, S= Standard Deviation, X= Mean
We use two indices of inequality belonging to the class of general entropy measures: square coefficient of variation ([I.
Francis and Kannenberg[9] suggested that genotypes with low coefficient of variation ([CV.
Figure 3 shows the distribution profiles of liquid refrigerant and the corresponding coefficient of variation.
In the earnings model for the old, pensions are proportional to the last 10 years of earnings, and pension uncertainty is considerably lower: the coefficient of variation is 1.
Among the three factors, the arrival rate (the demand intensity) and the coefficient of variation (the demand variation) are more influential than the correlation coefficient (the demand interdependency), for which the gap between the dynamic-pricing mechanism and the class-control mechanism appears to be stable.
In the present study, the mean coefficient of variation of the velocities in each of the clones was 20.
The within hospital analyses were done by examining the change in the coefficient of variation from just before to just after each hospital introduced new diagnostic technology.
For comparisons of interannual variability and sampling interval, we calculated the coefficient of variation (CV) of the annual means for the 11 years of data for each sampling interval.
Between subject results (Table 1) for the whole data set note, low coefficient of variation (CV) and very strong relationships for P and ACC (p < 0.
The statistical parameters mean, standard deviation, percentage deviation, coefficient of variation and regression for rainfall data have been computed for every year and also for seasonal variation for monsoon (June-October), non monsoon (November-May) and annual periods at mandal levels.
The estimate of the optimal size of the sample, with regard to the number of individuals, is based on the simulation, which evaluates the variation of the average, variance and coefficient of variation in relation to the maximum size of the test, that is, the original population (CRUZ, 2006b).
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