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relative frequency

[′rel·əd·iv frē·kwən·sē]
(statistics)
The ratio of the number of occurrences of a given type of event or the number of members of a population in a given class to the total number of events or the total number of members of the population.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In red deer, there are no major differences among the relative frequency of all stages of the seminiferous epithelium, although during breeding season it was reported that the premeiotic phase had the highest frequency [7].
distinguishes the reflections of the security spectrum requiring the causal elements of "stability" (research units 2, relative frequency (1)), "cooperation" (research units 3, relative frequency (4)), "partnership" (research units 3, relative frequency (1)) and "border" (research units 3, relative frequency (3)).
We have seen that the relative frequency among males and among those aged 18 to 30 was much higher than other groups.
Figures 5, 6, and 7 show the relative frequency of events (a) and the fraction of the precipitation rate (b) for each type of precipitating clouds during the months of March, June, and November.
(1) The actual relative frequency of M in the population of Chicago is 0 .73.
Maximum number of subjects are in the class interval of 41-60 years with a relative frequency of 0.560.
Regardless of the exact NGS technology used, a "behind the scenes" tiling, sequence assembly, and bioinformatics strategy takes place to eventually output both full representative sequences of each bacterial 16S type present in the sample, and the count or relative frequency of each sequence compared to the total number of sequences determined.
Assuming that the relative frequency deviation [y.sub.i] (12) of clock signal follows Gauss distribution, whose Allan deviation can be expressed as 3E - 12/[square root of [tau]], the detection performance of the method for phase and frequency jumping is shown in Tables 1 and 2.
Formally PenSp impolite acts with a polite purpose Absolute Relative frequency frequency (x 1,000 utterances) n= 4,263 utterances +D/+A 19 4.4 +D/-A -- -- -D/+A 40 9.3 -D/-A -- -- Total 59 13.8 Formally AmE impolite acts with a polite purpose Absolute frequency Relative frequency Chi-square test n= 5,712 utterances (x 1,000 utterances) +D/+A 2 0.3 13.908 (.000)* +D/-A -- -- -- -D/+A 11 2.1 16.922 (.000)* -D/-A -- -- -- Total 13 2.2 30.486 (.000)* Table 1.
Frequency of each leukaemia type was noted and relative frequency was calculated as percentage.
Ingordo et al.6 reviewed 11 cases of NF, with relative frequency of 0.020%.

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