Those participants that initially had a low standard deviation also showed some improvement in repeatability, with their standard deviations decreasing by 11-16%.
What does SD stand for?
SD stands for Standard Deviation
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- Spirit Detective (anime)
- Sprague-Dawley (laboratory rat strain)
- Stable Disease
- Staff Digest
- Stage Direction (theater)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The interval between the upper and lower bands and the middle band is determined by volatility, typically the standard deviation of the same data that were used for the average.
Any gain is welcome, but an increase of a third of a standard deviation does not qualitatively change a student's life chances.
s Quality Control Committee said that of the 40 metalcasting facilities responding to a survey, the lowest standard deviation was 1,120 psi for the tensile strength of class 30 iron.
45 (out of 5 possible points; standard deviation of 1.
The implication of their formula is that the standard deviation of true crime is somehow smaller than the standard deviation of CFSs; that is, that the distribution of true crime and the distribution of CFSs are somehow different from each other.
r] is the standard deviation calculated according to ASTM E 74-04 from the differences between the individual measured responses and the corresponding responses computed from Eq.
The standard deviation of the maximum torque of all rheometer curves was calculated.