interquartile range


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interquartile range

[¦in·tər′kwȯr‚tīl ‚rānj]
(statistics)
The distance between the top of the lower quartile and the bottom of the upper quartile of a distribution.
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This indicator retained its level of importance and gained in consensus throughout the three rounds, with round three concluding with a perfect consensus as a result of an interquartile range of 0.
Table 1: Measurements of dispersion for the overall rating of instructor for four instructors Showing a Decrease, No Change, or Increase from the First to the Third Round Professor Range Decrease Same Increase A X B X C X D X TOTAL 4 0 0 Professor Interquartile Range Decrease Same Increase A X B X C X D X TOTAL 4 0 0 Professor Variance Decrease Same Increase A X B X C X D X TOTAL 3 0 1 Figure 1 QUESTIONNAIRE I Confidential Identification Number: -- (Please write this number down for future use.
We constructed an alternative way of presenting the decile-specific results by illustrating the actual distributional change of IFN-[gamma] methylation associated with an interquartile range increase in particle number concentration.
Abbreviations: CI = confidence interval, DSS = Decision Support Systems, FY = fiscal year, HERC = Health Economics Resource Center, ICD-9 = International Classification of Diseases-Ninth Revision, IQR = interquartile range, LLA = lower-limb amputation, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, VHA = Veterans Health Administration.
The median collection time of all morning samples was 17 minutes earlier with the new staffing model (7:42 am preimplementation; interquartile range, 6:27-8:48 am; versus 7:25 am postimplementation; interquartile range, 6:20-8:26 am).
TEI believes it is not feasible to expand the iterative interquartile range methodology mandated by Temp.
Males showed a much higher parasite load (median of 3, interquartile range 1-7 lesions, mean 6.
The variation in the rate of reported events across sites was high with an interquartile range of 0-13.
Results: The majority (84%) of parents overestimated waiting time in the ED (median difference, 26 min; interquartile range, 9-50 rain).
Table 3 shows the mean and interquartile range for the same five classes of interlatency differences.