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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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All ten deciles show a positive and significant impact on all three dimensions of well-being.
The slight reductions in tax payments for those in deciles 2 and 3 occur not because tax rates would fall, but because the dynamic effects of the tax changes would reduce taxable income, which dominates for households in these deciles.
12) The highest proportion of renters (including public housing, but excluding key-money rentals) were to be found among households in the four lowest income deciles: 41% in the lowest, 33% in the second lowest, and 26% in the third and fourth lowest deciles.
That decile is further broken down into 'Executive,' those who belong to the top 1 percent, and still further into the top one-tenth of one percent are labeled 'CEO.
Since the number of households in the Population Census was not presented by income class, we suppose that in one decile of the household survey there is one tenth of the number of households in the Population Census as per Murasawa et al.
Approximately 10 000 respondents living in the 10 provinces were not included in the categorical ranking of household income level, adjusted at the health region level (explanatory variable); these participants were grouped in the "Missing" Category of income decile for analysis, which has been done previously with CCHS data.
14 multiplied by nine decile differences) in realized costs of debt between the worst and the best AQ deciles.
Tables 2 and 3 show the income structure and average consuming trends for each income decile according to socioeconomic areas, respectively.
Income deciles Weighted decile of equivalised household disposable income at a wave.
Los deciles chinos, por ejemplo, multiplicaron su ingreso por un factor de 2,7-2,8.
I divide the population of retiree households into deciles by lifetime income, so I = 10 and each type I = {1, 2, .
Third, as most attention is paid to hospitals in the extreme tails of the performance distribution, we examined the share of hospitals that moved in and out of the extreme deciles when different metrics were used.