coefficient of variability

coefficient of variability

the STANDARD DEVIATION as a percentage of the mean.
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Francis and Kanenberg's (1978) coefficient of variability (CVi), Freeman and Perkins (1971) stability method.
And the statistical coefficient analysis table shows a coefficient of variability of 2%, so the average is representative, the median being 182cm, with a maximum of 192cm, and a minimum of 170cm.
Nevertheless, in a sample of adherent clozapine-treated patients, investigators found that 98% of patients had a coefficient of variability (CV) of 30% for sequential plasma concentrations (mean CV, 14%).
83 * Least significant difference ** Coefficient of variability Table 1: Yield and yield components of the crops grown in the summer season (2013).
A greater phenotypic coefficient of variability (PCOV) was observed than genotypic coefficient of the variation (GCOV) for all the traits (Table 2) which indicated that the apparent variation is not only due to genotypes but also due to the influence of environment.
The results show that the coefficient of variability is the lowest for the CCC in innovation-based companies, which confirms the hypothesis.
In general, estimates of phenotypic coefficient of variability (PCV) were higher than those due to genotypic coefficient of variability for all characters (Table 1).
Variability among replications was quite small with Coefficient of Variability (CV) of less than 1.
The stability variance (d2i), coefficient of ecovalence (Wi), coefficient of variability (CV), environmental variance (S2Yi), coefficient of regression (bi), nonparametric measures Si(1) and Si(2), and F statistic for the interaction GxE derived from the Sheffe-Calinski mixed model were among stability measures evaluated.
According to coefficient of variability there is a good homogeneity of both stance leg balance (11.
Mean squares and coefficient of variability (CV) for various traits in upland cotton.
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