chain index

chain index

[′chān ‚in‚deks]
(statistics)
An index number derived by relating the value at any given period to the value in the previous period rather than to a fixed base.
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BEA, Bureau of Economic Analysis; BLS, Bureau of Labor Statistics; CMS, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; Laspeyres index = fixed basket, prior period weights (systematic upward bias); Paasche index = fixed basket, current period weights (systematic downward bias); Fisher chain index = geometric mean of Laspeyres & Paasche index.
Tuesday at the Long Island Associations small and mid-sized business committee meeting unveiled its 2017 Purolator International Long Island Supply Chain Index data.
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MY dalliance with the world of retail included stints as a shelf-stacker at Kwik Save and as a very casual worker at catalogue chain Index.
One of the most suitable formats for representing data over time is a chain index series, which can be used for calculating the mean development rate, i.
If node 3 at chain index 6 is selected as the leader node, the flow of data would be in the following order: c0 [right arrow] cl [right arrow] c2 [right arrow] c3 [right arrow] c4 [right arrow] c5 -> c6 [left arrow] c7 [left arrow] c8 [left arrow] c9.
During the period from May 30, 2008, to June 27, 2008, MMR's discount chain index declined 3.
A chain index of dynamics is a ratio of the level of a phenomenon in an investigated period to the level of the phenomenon in the preceding period [27].
The PCE chain index was estimated using a chained Laspeyres price-index-number formula.
The chain index would not, however, provide the change in the cost of a fixed set of workers for periods longer than one quarter, and changes for different subperiods would not be for the same set of labor inputs.