interquartile

interquartile

(ˌɪntəˈkwɔːtaɪl)
adj
(Statistics) statistics situated or occurring between quartiles, esp between the first and third quartiles
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As predicted, cardiologists had the highest rate of smoking cessation advice provided to identified smokers, with a median (interquartile range) of 60% (0% to 86%).
The questionnaire was then distributed to the full group of experts in the study, and the subsequent results were combined and represented by interquartile ranges and means.
Table 5 The Proportion of Resources Allocated by Evaluation Offices to Program Evaluations (in percent) Evaluation Offices (N= 28) Proportion of Budget Allocated to Program Evaluations Range 0-80 Median 39 Interquartile range 2-50 Proportion of Budget Allocated to Management Reviews Range 20-80 Median 38 Interquartile range 25-50 Proportion of Budget Allocated to Tracing Flow of Resources in Programs Range 0-50 Median 24 Interquartile Range 10-30 Great diversity existed in the programmatic focus of the program reviews performed by IG and evaluation offices.
Table II shows the medians and interquartile range of the four scales in the three samples.
Results outside the interquartile range are considered unacceptable and worthy of corrective action, based on standard ratio analysis from Dun & Bradstreet and the Risk Management Association (RMA, formerly Robert Morris Associates).
Interquartile Ranges of Ages at Experience of Family and Non-Family Life Events, By Gender and By 5-Year Birth Cohort Males Non-Family Family School Work Home- First First Cohorts Complet.
Quartile 223.55 220.92 218.29 Interquartile 5.26 7.23 5.26 Min ([Lm) 207.77 210.40 210.40 Max (Rm) 228.81 223.55 228.81 2 1.
Interquartile range (IQR) is the difference between the lower and upper quartiles.
The interquartile range (IQR) was used as the statistic for variability of rating and ranking responses, and an IQR of 1 was determined by the researchers to indicate consensus on an item.
Demographic and laboratory characteristics of patients Patients (n=50) Age (years) (*) 15.49[+ or -]3.39 Sex (female/male) 44/6 Height (cm) (**) 158.00 (IQR 11.00) Weight (kg) (*) 50.72[+ or -]13.31 tTG IgA (U/mL) (**) 0.90 (IQR 2.10) Total IgA (mg/dL) (**) 181.00 (IQR 141.00) Age at diagnosis (years) (*) 11.94[+ or -]3.42 ([dagger]) TG: tissue transglutaminase; IQR: interquartile range (*) Data are presented as mean[+ or -]standard deviation (**) Data are presented as median (interquartile range) Table 2.
The plot shows the individual data points and each letter represents a tested ear (n=12) and the median (long line) with the interquartile range (25th and 75th percentile, whiskers).