Quartile

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Quartile

In statistics, the set of values encompassing one-quarter of points in a data set.
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Before Training 340 2.3 1.518 0.082 After Training 340 1.86 1.27 0.069 Total Scores Before Training 330 2.248 1.397 0.077 After Training 330 1.86 1.197 0.066 Lower Quartile Baseline Stigma Before Training 139 1 0 0 After Training 139 1.0414 0.256 0.0218 Upper Quartile Baseline Stigma Before Training 77 4.377 0.583 0.066 After Training 77 3.334 1.195 0.136 Stigma Item t Significance Effect (2-tailed) Size Members of my unit might have less 5.284 P<.001 0.23 confidence in me.
ISR was significantly more frequent in patients with higher PDW quartiles compared with lower quartiles. Incidence of ISR of group Q1-Q4 was 7.1%, 9.3%, 17.4%, and 28.4%, respectively ( ?
Even in upscale areas like Dubai Marina, there have been instances (more so towards the southern part of the area), where the differential between the upper quartile and lower quartile prices have been an astonishing Dh300 per square foot.
Data are box-and-whisker diagrams depicting the smallest observation, lower quartile, median, upper quartile, and largest observation.
Compared with participants who were categorized to the highest quartile of Hb level (Q4), those with a lower quartile of Hb level (Q3, Q2, and Q1) showed a 2.4-, 5.0-, and 8.8-fold increase in the prevalence of DPN, respectively.
Similarly, among women without diagnosed GDM, those with TG levels in the upper quartile were more likely to have a fasting glucose level of 100 mg/dL or more, compared with the intermediate group (TG level between the 25th and 75th percentiles) and the lower quartile. Women with the highest TG levels also were more likely to have infants classified as large for gestational age.
So I think this is a reflection of the economy, and also a reflection of the particular households that are in that lower quartile of the economy.
Return of other three funds feature in the lower quartile, though given the limited history, actual performance trends are expected to emerge over time.
Asked what the lower quartile states have in common that could be responsible for their bigger gap, Richard Landis, senior director of strategic planning and workforce development at AHP, says, "I think it has to do with how the occupation is viewed, whether people are choosing to go into the occupation in that state, or to stay in that state to work."
Those that engaged in IOCM activities most extensively are in the upper quartile and are considered to have a strong IOCM capability, while companies that engaged in IOCM activities least extensively are in the lower quartile and have a weak IOCM capability.

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