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percentile

 [per-sen´tīl]
any one of the 99 values that divide the range of a probability distribution or sample into 100 intervals of equal probability or frequency; for example, 45 per cent of a population scores below the 45th percentile.

per·cen·tile

(per-sen'tīl),
The rank position of an individual in a serial array of data, stated in terms of what percentage of the group the individual equals or exceeds.

per·cen·tile

(pĕr-sen'tīl)
The rank position of an individual in a serial array of data, stated in terms of what percentage of the group the individual equals or exceeds.

percentile

One of 100 equal parts in an ordered sequence of statistical data. Thus, for instance, the 93rd percentile is the value that equals 93% of those in the series. If a value in a range of values falls in the 20th percentile, there are 19 lower and 80 higher. The method is widely used to record and check such parameters as the extent of body growth at a particular age.

per·cen·tile

(pĕr-sen'tīl)
Rank position of an individual in a serial array of data, stated in terms of what percentage of the group the individual equals or exceeds.
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Comparison of BT Percentile Cut-Off with Blood Groups (n=77) Blood Group BT Percentile, N (%) <25th 25th-75th [greater p-Value Percentile Percentile than or equal to] 75th Percentile O + ve 2 (8.7) 15 (65.2) 6 (26.1) A + ve 0 (0) 12 (57.1) 9 (42.9) B + ve 1 (4.5) 17 (77.3) 4 (18.2) 0.513 AB + ve 0 (0) 8 (72.7) 3 (27.3) Table 4.
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Here, the performance of an hs-cTnT assay was evaluated in the same reference population, with consideration of the influences of age, sex, and CK activity on the 99th percentile. Specimens originated from the well-characterized DONOR SHIP cohort collected in 2005 (2).
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Anomaly detection works by seeing what percentile the next datapoint lands in--for example, if it hits in the 100th percentile bucket, we can call it an anomaly and alert accordingly.
Paired f-tests were used to compare birth and 40-week PMA percentiles of infants.
Different percentiles (with average values of 95%, 85%, 75%, 65%, and 50%) for the headway selection of the VG data were chosen to carry out the logarithmic function fitting.
Values of the studied anthropometric parameters were within the normal range, referred to 10-90 percentile range (table 6).
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Since we are aiming to examine the relationship between political participation reflected by voter turnout and income, it is useful to have a brief discussion about the differences in partisan choice by income percentile. Divided into five different income percentiles, as also shown in Table 1, the Pan-Blue camp traditionally consists of the right-wing political parties, including the Nationalist Party (Kuomintang [KMT]), the People First Party (PFP), and the New Party (NP); the percentage of people voting for the Pan-Blue political camp is generally increasing in income percentile after the income level reaches the 60th income percentile.
The distribution of birth weight ratios and birth weight percentiles for four strata of gestational age at birth is shown in Figures 1(a) and 1(b).