z-score


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z-score

See z-value.

Z-score

see Z-VALUE.

z-score,

n a standard score based on the normal distribution; the difference between the obtained score and the mean, divided by the standard deviation. Standard scores computed for different variables are comparable; used to determine statistical significance in large samples.
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Independent samples t-tests were used to compare mean haemoglobin concentrations, and anthropometric z-scores between sub-groups including boys and girls, as well as subgroups determined from household characteristics and infant characteristics, such as presence or absence of fever.
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