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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These parameters were plotted on World Health Organisation (WHO) Z-score charts for height and weight.
Following eleven indicators have been selected to measure the economic development of the country and to analyse the level of tourist potential districts by using Z-score.
3% (65) 631 6 months, % (n) (1) Defined as 3 or more times a day of loose stools Table 4: Stunting, wasting, underweight and mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) of male and female infants 6-11 months in Mbala District Anthropometric characteristic Male Female Stunted (height-for-age z-score 35.
The diagnosis of GHD was established when the peak response to two stimulants GH provocative test was < 10 mcg/L in children with congenital or acquired pituitary disorder, Ht Z-score < -2SDS, or confirmed low growth velocity (GV).
Interest-decreasing PPCs are also associated with improvement in credit quality as measured by Altman's Z-score.
2009, 2007), and defined overweight as BMI z-score [greater than or equal to] 85 th percentile (de Onis et al.
18) The study's primary outcome was the child's BMI z-score.
QMEAN z-score was another tool used for quality assessment where it analyzed the degree of nativeness of the predicted 3D structure of protein.
Bandyopadhyay (2006) developed Z-score model for Indian corporates by using working capital/total assets, cash profits/total assets, total non-current and current borrowings/total assets, operating profit/total assets, and sales/total assets ratios, and compared the results with Altman's 4 and 5 ratios models, and found his new Z-score had higher prediction accuracy both for solvent and defaulted firms.
Acute malnutrition (thinness) was assessed by calculating body mass index (BMI), and then adjusting for age to generate BMI for age z-score as recommended by WHO.
2%) of children the Z-score of weight for height (WfH) were below -2.
To gauge the profit efficiency of commercial banks, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is utilised, while, to proxy the financial soundness, the Z-score is calculated for each bank.