ratio scale


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ratio scale

[′rā·shō ‚skāl]
(statistics)
A rule or system for assigning numbers to objects which has all the properties of an interval scale and, in addition, has a natural origin, so that ratios of numbers assigned to different objects have meaning.
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As all the evaluation targets had a uniform ratio scale in the range of 0-1, in combination with the contents of extension rank, the classical domain [U.
The general form of dependent real-valued variables with ratio scale nonconstant and continuous-at-a-point when all fundamental or independent variables have ratio scale, that is, the general solution of the functional equation
Since weights are given by AVERAGE on ratio scales with an arbitrary unit (see Anderson, 1982, Section 2.
2) Influence factor (3) Type of scale 1 Plottage area Ratio Scale 2 Total floor area Ratio Scale 3 Land ratio Ratio Scale 4 Floor area ratio Ratio Scale 5 No.
Because of the fact that the AHP 1-5 scale is a ratio scale, the pairwise comparison matrices have been constructed by using geometric mean.
More specifically, we test the null hypotheses that aerobic respiration (hereafter referred to as respiration) and the surface-area-to-biomass (SA:B) ratio scale isometrically (i.
With a ratio scale, in addition to ordering of values and ratios between intervals, ratios of values are also significant and invariant across the permissible numerical assignments.
We aimed to develop a scoring system based on a ratio scale for the measurement of disability in personal and social activities of daily living (ADLs) which reflects the priorities of different individuals.
Stevens (1946, 1951, 1975) claimed that what counted was having an interval or ratio scale type.
All measurements from the CT images were converted to centimeters using the ratio scale on the CT image.
Adequacy of the assumption of Normality on the log ratio scale is assessed by a percent (P-P) plot (Wilk and Gnanadesikan 1968).