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Quartile

In statistics, the set of values encompassing one-quarter of points in a data set.
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2012), our analyses using all deaths suggest a significant difference in all-cause mortality between the highest and the lowest quartile of positive care experience with an adjusted hazard ratio (HR) of 1.
However, among men in the highest exposed quartile there was a nonsignificant trend of increased FSH, possibly due to a concurrent trend of decreased inhibin B in the same quartile.
The other two large states Rajasthan and Gujarat in the top quartile gained relative shares during this period.
By contrast, the highest quartile of galactose intake was independently associated with a decreased risk of gallbladder disease, compared with the lowest quartile, noted coauthor Dr.
Indicative Logic for the Market Quartiles <p>Consumer Staples : Shares of companies that produce/trade goods in all economic cycles - i.
In the golf clubs sample, bidders in Quartile 1 have a feedback rating of 1-2, bidders in Quartile 2 have a rating of 3-5, bidders in Quartile 3 have a rating of 6-22, and bidders in Quartile 4 have a rating of more than 22.
Illinois, New Mexico, and North Carolina dropped into the lowest quartile since the last survey, while California, Georgia, and West Virginia moved up out of the last quartile in this most recent report.
Women in the top quartile of the DASH score had a 37% lower rate of heart failure.
Among men, being in the highest quartile of waist circumference distribution produced a marginally significant 60 percent risk increase.
Using the date of graft failure as the reference point (and graphical origin), we calculated average accumulated Medicare payment (AAMP) cost curves for each of the four income quartile.