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decile

 [des´īl]
any of the nine values that divide the range of a probability distribution into ten equal parts of equal probability; deciles are the 10th, 20th, 30th, etc. percentiles.

decile

one of the groups when a series of ranked data is divided into ten equal parts, or dividing points between such groups. See also quartile.
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In fact, because I apply the same X, k pair to all benefit paths in each reform, the figure shows that the effects of reform are quite similar across income deciles.
Specifically, for most metrics, between a quarter and half of hospitals in the extreme deciles changed when different metrics were applied and an average of a quarter of hospitals moved two or more deciles.
Column 6 reports by deciles the sum of mean employer- and government-provided health insurance.
Home-price growth in Cleveland and Detroit is very small in all deciles except for the two lowest-price deciles (figure 4).
Experiment 3: The effects of a direct income transfer to the poorest three income deciles of households from any exogenous source to lift them up to the level just above the poverty line (PL).
In additional analysis not reported here we also see whether the unemployment adjustment makes a big impact on the downside risk by looking at the effect on the lower decile.
More lower income deciles among obese men and normal weight women had reduced odds of using weight control strategies than other weight categories of the same genders.
In Figure 1, mean ALT levels are plotted against deciles of PFOA and PFOS concentrations, adjusting for covariates by setting these to their means.
All book-to-market deciles have volatilities in the high volatility state that are approximately twice as large as those in the low volatility state.
If we take as causal the relationship drawn in Figure 1, moving from the fourth to sixth deciles in income we would estimate a nonlabor income elasticity, [[epsilon].
Decile 10 received more than 90 per cent of the high dividends paid in both 2004 and 2005 (see Chart 11).
Thirteen teachers were from the decile 10 school, 6 from the decile 6, 9 from the decile 4 and 13 from the decile 3.