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run chart

A graph displaying a measure of performance and how performance is affected over time by one or more interventions. Run charts are used in quality improvement interventions in health care to demonstrate how systematically delivered practices change when administrators and providers modify health care goals and practices.
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A run chart is a simple tool to facilitate understanding of variation in the data.
Oceans could only muster 115-6 in response, Mudassar Amin top of their run charts with 27 not out.
But the eventual ease with which India chased down the target of 275 really disappointed the man who leads the 2014 ODI run charts and is No.
A potential criticism of using run charts to calculate means and the UCL/LCL over time is that the moving average of the data is likely to change with time.
The uncapped Ballance, who topped the County Championship's top-flight run charts this year, is in contention to make his Test debut at the Gabba next month.
Especially as it's set to be an emotionally charged night because Run Milkha Run charts his rise from the war that claimed the lives of his parents all the way to his iconic rise to the Olympic Games.
Wicketkeeper and England's man-of-the-series Matt Prior topped the run charts for his team with 275 at an average of 45, batting at number seven.
Haffenreffer discusses how facility QMs figure into the QAPI process and how that process can be improved by longitudinal tracking using run charts, such as the health Data Solutions' (eHDS) CareWatch Statistical Process Control Chart (SPC).
Veteran Hussey topped the run charts with 313 runs at an average of 104 in India, but the Herald Sun quotes both Border and Jones, as saying that the new kids on the block are threatening to push him out of the Test side.
The all-rounder had also smashed a ton in the semi against England, but his 265 tournament runs put him second to skipper Ricky Ponting (288), the 16-1 joint-favourite, in the run charts.
Ben Williams led the run charts with 38, Indian import Marripuri Suresh added his best score of the season with 32 and Mitch Van Wyk posted 21.
Durham City put up a good fight at Burnmoor with Rob Flunder (71no) leading the run charts again, but Jimmy Daley made a nonsense of the target of 213 with a bruising, undefeated 121.