record variable

record variable

[′rek·ərd ‚ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
A group of related but dissimilar data items that can be worked on as a single unit. Also known as structured variable.
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The record variable indicates the accessibility to internal business information and was codified as 1 if data were recorded in an organized manner (e.g.
While the Detention Record variable also deviated from normality somewhat, its positive skew was not so much out of alignment that it also warranted exclusion from our design.
The result concerning the meaningful difference in height and record variables was not something far because of long term exercises, and they were in accordance with the results of studies carried out by, Rahimi, Bloum, Diyol Albay and etc (G.
The previous disciplinary record variables, absence history and disciplinary record, together ([Delta]R = .068) earn a smaller value, as does job performance ([Delta]R = .013).