data point


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Noun1.data point - an item of factual information derived from measurement or research
information - knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
meter reading, reading, indication - a datum about some physical state that is presented to a user by a meter or similar instrument; "he could not believe the meter reading"; "the barometer gave clear indications of an approaching storm"
statistic - a datum that can be represented numerically
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In simple terms, the asymptote runs along the average of these (no effect) data points. For instance, there may be the control plus 2 no-effect concentration data points (one data point being considered the mean of its technical replicates).
Another major flaw in this system is that only one data point i.e.
The data field energy function is used to calculate the field energy of each data point in the passenger taxi offpoint dataset.
The aim of data point type identification is to find the needed data points (i.e., SADP-AHU and DP-VAV) from the 10,000 data points.
Data and data point handling enables all-new applications, services and business models based on the Industrial Internet of Things.
Each data point from a KPI is a snapshot of that particular quantity at that particular time: The factory scrap rate for March, or last Tuesday's percentage of website visitors who actually bought something.
Suppose S = {[X.sub.1], [X.sub.2], ..., [X.sub.n]} is a dataset for clustering and [d.sub.ij] = dist([X.sub.i], [X.sub.j]) is the distance between data points [X.sub.t] and [X.sub.j]; the DPC algorithm defines a cutoff distance [d.sub.c] and a local density [[rho].sub.i] as formula (1) and distance [[delta].sub.i] as formula (2) for data point i, where [chi](x) = 1 if x < 0 and [chi](x) = 0; otherwise
Some methods adjust the clustering result by modifying the parameters of the clustering algorithm, such as the number of target clusters and the density or distance threshold for partitioning the clusters as well as the weights of each attribute when computing the similarity between each data point. However, most the current methods modify the parameters directly by the users themselves.
Key features of the AT 10 tensile tester are said to include comprehensive computer-controlled testing with a fill I range of user features; basic license for tension, tear, compression, peel, adhesion and o-ring; data point selector and custom data point calculator; easy reanalysis and recalculation of results; and the ability to export to an Excel, Word or SQL database.
In spite of the dynamic data point introduction by the indexing strategies, their functionality might be misrepresented.
The black lines connecting the data points indicate that the data point in the preceding box is a primary leading indicator for the data point in the following box.
The above equation is a simple IDW weighting function, as defined by Shepard [1], where x denotes a predication location, [x.sub.i] is a data point, d is the distance from the known data point [x.sub.i] to the unknown prediction point x, n is the total number of data points used in interpolating, and p is an arbitrary positive real number called the power parameter (typically, p = 2).