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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Group homogeneity is high in the initial and final testing, the coefficient of variation having the value 19% in both cases.
Unlike in figure 3, the coefficient of variation (CV) of In A for a flow of 5 g rubber compound between the transducers is given.
2009) observed that there are drippers more susceptible to clogging, especially those with smaller area of the opening and higher coefficient of variation of manufacture.
High amount of genotypic coefficient of variation (GCV) was obtained in number of fruits per plant (101.
TABLE 3: MANDIBULAR MEANS, STANDER DEVIATIONS, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM VALUES OF THE INDIVIDUAL TOOTH WIDTH FOR BOTH SEXES (VALUES IN MILLIMETERS), COEFFICIENT OF VARIATION OF INDIVIDUAL TOOTH WIDTH (COV)
Vedder then calculates the coefficient of variation in each of these two measures across the 48 contiguous states for selected years.
The influence of coefficient of variation of the calculated settlement, coefficient of variation of the permissible limit of settlement, and coefficient of variation of the measured settlement on reliability is studied as well.
be the coefficient of variation of the study as well as auxiliary variable respectively, and (Eqs.
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However, the unit sizes from four and five BUs in the second experiment showed coefficient of variation and percentage of zero values lower than those in the first experiment.
V= coefficient of variation, S= Standard Deviation, X= Mean
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