Standardized value

Standardized value

Also called the normal deviate, the distance of one data point from the mean, divided by the standard deviation of the distribution.

Standardized Value

The distance of a data point from the average value of the data set divided by the standard deviation. The standardized value helps minimize some of the statistical noise in individual data points.
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This discount to the standardized value of discounted future net cash flows at year-end 2017 reflects Fitch's assumption of $2.75 per Mcf Henry Hub price, $(0.75) per Mcf differential and 7% Btu content uplift in estimating valuation price.
Simple, succinct, and standardized value communication.
[euro]) Standardized value of -0.19(0.80) -0.02(1.03) home team Standardized value of -0.15 (0.80) 0.00 (0.99) away team Ratio of top 3 to ranked 2.34 (0.67) 2.18(0.51) 9-11 players' values--home team Ratio of top 3 to ranked 2.34 (0.65) 2.48 (0.71) 9-11 players' values--away team First season after 0.16 0.15 promotion--home team (dummy variable) First season after 0.15 0.11 promotion--away team (dummy variable) New coach--home team 0.18 0.11 (dummy variable) New coach--away team 0.18 0.14 (dummy variable) Notes: This table presents average values and standard deviations (in brackets for nonbinary variables).
3 that the density of biodiesel obtained through research is closed to ASTM standardized value and slightly different from diesel value [19].
To determine the integrated effects of variables on all 3 enzymes simultaneously, the standardized value of signal-noise (SN) ratio was calculated, following which, the average value of the standardized SN ratios was used to determine the effects of different levels of variables on enzyme activity.
SIFC contracts on tradable benchmark indices are agreements to buy or sell a standardized value of a tradable sector index thereby allowing investors to track the performance of a basket of securities in a given benchmark index.
Implementing this purely quantitative register as an artistic norm, Lee engages in a critique of standardized value systems in general.
Veatch takes some issue with the interpretation and use of clinical guidelines that are built upon standardized value judgments.
of water), as an airflow rate per unit area, the standardized value used in rating programs.
For decades the economy has been a transaction economy, whereby standardized value was provided to all consumers at the point of sale with the transfer of a product or service.
The service industry exceeded market norms on the Equal Pay component (with a standardized value of that component of 1.157); however, it is notable women were still paid 19% less than men in the same jobs in this industry.
[S.sub.ij] is the standardized value of the jth criterion for the [i.sup.th] farming system.

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