standard score

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standard score

[′stan·dərd ′skȯr]
(statistics)
A test score converted or transformed into a common scale, such as standard units, to effect a more reasonable scale of measurement in order to make comparisons between different tests. Also known as standard measure.
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Both results were much lower than expected; the normal score is 50 points (Table 4).
39,40) The nerves tested were bilateral ulnar (three sites, normal score = 11-15), median (three sites, normal score = 11-15), radial cutaneous (one site, normal score = 4-5) and sural (one site, normal score = 4-5).
A normal score is thought to be 10 to 13 seconds or less, depending on the height of the chair and whether the person uses the armrests.
A less than normal score on a common lung function test taken prior to stem cell transplantation provides a warning that the patient will develop early respiratory failure followed by death.
That's two standard deviations away from my normal score," he jokes.
An alternative approach would be based on expected values such that in this case the normal distribution would be divided into six parts and the normal score would be taken as the expected value of each part.
Evans is now on the 16-winner mark, which is a long way behind his normal score at this stage of the season.
We studied both the histogram and Normal Score (NScore) plot of the average PPM for various years.
A simple-to-read executive narrative provides an overview of the raw scores and highlights normal score ranges for comparison.
The lower the POMS score, the better a person's mood; a normal score is about 20 points or lower.
In the CryoGen clinical trial, a group of 266 women who recorded a menstrual diary score of 150 or more each month (compared to a normal score of 100) were treated at 11 medical centers across the country.