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data set

A cluster of information for a particular disease, intervention, monitoring activity or other, which is required in many areas of UK practice for maintaining statistics, ensuring data capture for patient management, good clinical governance and so on.

Examples, data sets
Morbidity recording, resource utilisation, inpatient and day case, geriatrics, cancer, cardiac surgery, surgical waiting lists, A&E waiting times, renal replacement therapy usage.
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Information visualization techniques have been proven to be of high value in gaining insight into these large data sets.
It released a challenge in 2006 and offered grand prize of one million US dollars to person or team who could succeed in modeling a given data sets to within a certain specification [1], [2], [5].
Statistical results are assembled from the m completed data sets combined in the third phase.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers report that just four fairly vague pieces of information -- the dates and locations of four purchases -- are enough to identify 90 percent of the people in a data set recording three months of credit-card transactions by 1.
Data sets demonstrating a significant dose-response trend and adequate goodness of fit (both p 5 0.
CDF gives viewers not only the raw data sets, but also the algorithms that form the relationships among the different data sets, which then can be harnessed to show how these data sets interact.
When viewed concurrently with each of the other data sets, deformation data can be used to identify the source of an anomaly.
The charts reveal that data from the 100-screen setup have a relatively small amount of variation, but trend lower for most of the data set before assuming a new average in the last month.
Restore from disk, sometimes with the benefit of differential maps that negate the need to copy the entire data set, is faster than tape.
Thus, although the raw gaps are similar in the two data sets, larger residual gaps remain in the CNLSY for reasons we cannot explain.
One study (Aldridge, 1991) was determined to be an outlier through a process outlined by Huffcutt and Arthur (1995) and the remaining eighteen studies were a homogeneous data set with a weighted mean effect size of 0.