skill score

skill score

[′skil ‚skȯr]
(meteorology)
In synoptic meteorology, an index of the degree of skill of a set of forecasts, expressed with reference to some standard such as forecasts based upon chance, persistence, or climatology.
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Finally, an overall mean value of respondents' score on each statement was calculated, which was used to rank the librarians skill score on each statement.
Gender had no significant effect on technical and human skills, but women's conceptual skill score was lower than men's.
We assume that the skill score for a given skill dimension and occupation is held constant for each time period.
Allowing members to achieve a Skill Score ranking -- a number reflecting their skill and knowledge for their selected Job Profile -- the platform gives employers a way besides a resume to evaluate whether candidates will be ready to go and make a positive impact on day one.
Combat works by rolling two dice and adding the result to the Skill score (at this point tension develops nicely).
Knowledge/ EOL care topics N skill score M SD Professional issues for nurses 552 3.
However, a more meaningful measure of performance is the skill score (SS), which measures the QPS accuracy relative to a chosen benchmark.
The skill score (SS) is computed directly from the Brier scores.
The skill score would have been perhaps five out of ten, but with everyone struggling for survival - and possibly a job next season - no-one could have expected a classic.
By comparing their accuracy rate with the baseline figure, they came up with a skill score for each forecaster.
These occupations have high interactive skill scores and are driving the growth of the interactive component of the aggregate skill score for this industry.