measure of dispersion

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measure of dispersion

A measure of the spread of a distribution out from its central value.

Examples
Interquartile range, standard deviation, variance.
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He said BR1M had also reduced income inequality with the Gini coefficient - a measure of statistical dispersion to represent wealth distribution in a country - declining from 0.441 in 2009 to 0.399 in 2016.
A Gini index is a measure of statistical dispersion intended to represent the income or wealth distribution of a nation's residents, and is the most commonly used measure of inequality.
Figures 5(a)-5(c) present the statistical dispersion obtained along the sample collection stages in the three sample groups with statistical representation in the wound and venous blood as well as in the wound tissues.
The significant reduction in ROS formation at the end of the treatment (Figure 4(b)) is associated with the wound healing process since the decreasing of ROS levels is related to the reduction of the inflammatory process (see statistical dispersion in Figure 5(a)).
The mechanism described results in higher ROS formation in the venous blood in the 15th day (see statistical dispersion from Figure 5(b)).
Second, technological boundaries need to be changed in accordance with the achieved level of the average value of the parameter and its statistical dispersion. Such a change can be a quantitative indicator of the trend of the increase or decrease the reliability of the technological system.
The Gini Index is a measure of statistical dispersion, intended to represent the income distribution of a nation's residents.
They used a statistical measure known as the Gini coefficient, a measure of statistical dispersion that is commonly used as a summary measure of income distribution.
The Gini coefficient, a measure of statistical dispersion, increased 0.01 point to 0.415 in 2009.

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