median point


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median point

[′med·ē·ən ‚pȯint]
(mathematics)
The point at which all three medians of a triangle intersect.
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Additionally, the data points continued to exceed the baseline median during 2 weeks of the postintervention phase, with a drop to the baseline median point during the 2nd week of the follow-up phase.
The spectral curve was calculated from the reflectance measures, and then the median point was obtained for the flowers of each species (Figure 2).
The minimum distance at the median point is then the sum of the absolute values of the magnitudes of the points (houses) to the left and right of the median point.
MYR is invariant to labor force participation levels beyond the median point (i.
It's probably accurate to describe the median point of consensus as somewhere between $120 million and $125 million.
At the 50 percent point in Exhibit 4, the median point, one-half of the agencies fall below the $176 value and one-half above it.
One is called distribution shift, which is a significant move in the median point above or below a long-term midpoint without a change in range values.
He continued, "And now for point clouds, the new version of Bentley Descartes uniquely combines this fundamental data type with raster imagery and geometry in 3D information models through processing capabilities such as point-cloud classification editing; the draping and snapping of vector elements to a point cloud; a new 'flashlight' feature that lets users dynamically visualize surfaces in the point cloud for easier navigation and comprehension; a smart snap feature that automates the time-consuming task of finding the highest, lowest, or median point along a user-defined path; and the ability to export in LAS and POD file formats for reuse in other applications.
Length of the femur (CF): a line was drawn along the bone from the median point of the proximal epiphysis to that of the distal epiphysis.
During the 1951 - 1965 period, the median points per minute steadily increased from 0.
The preliminary Q4 GDP report highlights next week and the Survey Median points to a 3.