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disaggregated

Broken up into parts.
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Instead, here aggregate time series are data that are the sum or weighted sum of a number of (forecastable) disaggregate series.
It is my hope that they will disaggregate the data for African Americans as well.
Disaggregate hospital and physician estimates into inpatient and outpatient expenditures.
Until I can disaggregate which students are special education, which are transient, which are non-English-speaking, until we can determine subgroups of the student population and where they scored, it's difficult to take action,'' Monti said.
The major objectives of the studies were to provide estimates of the magnitude of hired labour; to disaggregate hired labour into more meaningful units; to spell out the impact of traditional, non-market arrangements on labour use in village economies; to identify sources of demand for and supply of hired labour; to examine the nature of nonagricultural activities; and to assess the impact of institutional and technical changes on the demand structure.
Educators can access analyze print and share student information as well as aggregate and disaggregate data on groups and subgroups based on variables, including demographics and test results via a guided Q and A format and at-a-glance reports.
This lack of credible data is made worse by the inability to disaggregate these activities by gender.
I think we're closer to representational faithfulness," she said, noting tremendous advances in modeling financial performance as analysts work to disaggregate information and determine future cash flows more precisely.
Once the aggregation election is made, it may not be possible to disaggregate (Temp.
Users can capture, aggregate and disaggregate data at the school and district levels for reports, including schools' academic assessment, student report cards and graduation rates.
This Web-based system for teacher certification and institutional accreditation lets teachers and administrators assess individual candidate submissions and generate reports that aggregate and disaggregate evaluation results.
The law requires every school, school district and state to disaggregate the average test results for certain groups of students, including: major racial and ethnic groups, major income groups, students with a disability, students with limited English proficiency, and migrant students.