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Quartile

In statistics, the set of values encompassing one-quarter of points in a data set.
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Just 27% of children in the upper quartile of needle fear had done so, versus 48% in the least anxious quartile (VAS less than 32).
These practices represent the IOCM activities most emphasized by the upper quartile (those with a strong IOCM capability) relative to the lower quartile, which evidently did not place as much stock in them.
Being in the upper quartile of waist circumference was also an indicator of increased mortality at 5 years (+ 44 percent).
In the logistic model adjusted for women, the ORs of the lower height quartiles for overweight and RMC were not significantly different from those of the upper quartile (Table 3).
She attributed the firm's success in achieving upper quartile returns to "a combination of well-performing portfolio companies led by strong management teams, a robust economy and many other factors some of which are within our control and some outside of our control.
DIB, is Dubai's largest Shariah compliant lender and in the upper quartile of Islamic financial institutions in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), but
Then we compare the average SEO underpricing of the upper quintile versus that of the lower quintile, the upper quartile versus the lower quartile, and the first half of low-priced SEOs against the second half with high-priced offerings.
27 UPPER QUARTILE PRODUCER 2011 AVERAGE SALES PRICE/CUBIC YARD: $94.
The third quartile, the upper quartile (Q3), divides off (approximately) the upper 25% of data values.
Compared to the group of children with the lowest BPA concentration, children in the upper quartile were 2.
It will make us more competitive, taking the blast furnace into the upper quartile of world-class plants.
Whereas, wage earners in the upper quartile experienced impressive gains from 1970 to 2010, wages for workers in the bottom half were flat.

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