age distribution


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age distribution

[′āj dis·trə′byü·shən]
(ecology)
The distribution of different age groups in a population.
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Using rate decomposition methods, the change in preterm birth rates from 2007 to 2014 was divided into two components: 1) changes in the maternal age distribution, and 2) changes in the age-specific preterm birth rates (4).
Although these studies have frequently used geographic density of the population as well as its size as explanatory variables, and have allowed for nonlinearity in size, most have ignored the age distribution within the population.
Using the growth curve for Inflated Heelsplitters, we converted shell length histograms to estimate the age distribution (Fig.
The core task in estimating paternity is to estimate the age distribution of fathers of ex-nuptial children who did not acknowledge paternity.
At places where infanticide occurred, the age distribution is more uniform, corresponding to full-term infancy.
The change in age distribution of cases in 2007 is unique in the modem history of dengue in Brazil and requires an explanation.
The report on the final results of the ASCO Oncology Workforce Study based its conclusions on the current age distribution and practice patterns of oncologists and the number of oncology fellowship positions.
The simple approach to projecting future health spending is to project the growth rate of average per capita health spending in the population, and then to assume that the age distribution of health spending in the population will remain constant over the forecast horizon.
New simulation software for foam profile extrusion models gas-bubble size and distribution using sophisticated math models known as "population balance," which estimate how bubbles form, grow, merge, and collapse, much the way the age distribution of people can be predicted in a population Distribution modeling is a major initiative at Fluent Inc.
2 million respectively), the age distribution is closer to the EU average.
j] = the unknown age distribution we wish to estimate from the observed length distribution;
This book provides national and 50-state trend data on the characteristics of low-income children over the past decade: parental education, parental employment, marital status, family structure, race and ethnicity, age distribution, parental nativity, home ownership, residential mobility, type of residential area, and region of residence.