absolute frequency


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  • noun

Synonyms for absolute frequency

the number of observations in a given statistical category

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Figure 8 shows the absolute frequency of the groups of probable causes in each area of coating: walls or ceilings.
Absolute frequency of the groups of probable causes in each area of coating: walls or ceilings Absolute frequency of the groups of probable causes In each area of covering wall Ceilling C-A 556 272 C-B 104 72 C-C 857 403 C-D 118 33 C-E 157 67 C-F 329 156
Since the situation for realization of the SI-metre has changed because of the introduction of new techniques for absolute frequency measurements (5), (6), it was decided at the 11th meeting of the Consultative Committee for Length (CCL, 2003) at the BIPM to close the K10 comparison and to initiate a new key comparison (BIPM.
Absolute frequency measurement of the HeNe/I2 standard at 633 nm, Optics Communications, Vol.
Direct measurement of the absolute frequency of the international reference laser BIPM4, Metrologia, Vol.
The absolute frequency histogram and empirical distribution function of the measured carriageway width of small roundabouts are given in Fig.
Tendencies for the decrease in the carriageway width are also indicated by the absolute frequency histogram.
The absolute frequency of aquatic types remained stable in this zone and the relative percentages fluctuated slightly.
These results provide evidence that it is relative frequency, rather than absolute frequency, that affects the decomposability of morphologically complex words.
That is, they predict that derived forms that are more frequent than their base should be less decomposable than derived forms that are less frequent than their base, regardless of the absolute frequency of the derived form.
Table 1, in relation to the relative and absolute frequency distribution of subjects on the frequency of pain shows that in the experimental group, the majority (47%) had no pain, whereas in the control group, the majority (47%) had pain for three times or more.
Table 2, in conjunction with the relative and absolute frequency distribution of subjects according to duration of hospitalization indicates that in the experimental group, the majority (37%) had a bed rest for 5 days and the majority of control group (58%) had a bed rest for 6 days or more.
The results give also the information about the relative behaviour and absolute frequency, fig.
Pollen frequencies were calculated, both as a percentage of total pollen (excluding aquatics) and as an absolute frequency (by determining the ratio with known quantities of an introduced, exotic pollen type, Eucalyptus).
The needs for training in SMEs Absolute frequency The training field needed of firms by firms (nr.