interquartile range


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interquartile range

The middle 50% of a set of data. It represents all the data greater than or equal to the 25th percentile and less than or equal to the 75th percentile.
See also: range
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These two panels show broadly similar patterns to that of the baseline measure in panel A of figure 3 in two respects: The median long-run MPK declines for most of the period between 1955 and 1985, and the interquartile range narrows for most of the period between 1980 and the end of our sample.
A wider PMV interquartile range, in particular with higher values for high SHGC glazings and larger window areas, is in accordance with this.
Table 1 shows the median and interquartile range for each statement in STEEM survey for the whole group (n=91), male (n=45), and female (n=46) separately.
The indicator's interquartile range was a 2, demonstrating a minimal consensus among the expert panel members.
Table 1--Demographic characteristics of patients All patients n = 236 Age--median, interquartile range 33 (27-39) (years) Men [% (n)] 64.
9 percent increase in the interquartile range of the price distribution in a market.
Data are presented either as mean +/- standard deviation or as median with interquartile range.
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Clause (D)(2) provides that if there is only one variable input parameter, the arm's-length range of PCT Payments is the interquartile range calculated iteratively by varying the value of the variable input parameter each time.