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(statistics) any of the 99 numbered points that divide an ordered set of scores into 100 parts each of which contains one-hundredth of the total

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Smoothing reference centile curves: the LMS method and penalized likelihood.
Through flexible application programing interfaces (APIs), Centile ISTRA aids integration with third-party services and applications, including Microsoft Lync/Skype For Business, and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, such as salesforce.
Previous studies have shown conflicting results, with some showing no benefit in using customised growth charts [12] and others showing that customised centiles identified more SGA babies.
En segundo lugar, las puntuaciones centiles no pueden calcularse a partir de la media y desviacion tipica del grupo de referencia (salvo que la distribucion de las puntuaciones directas de un test sea normal, lo cual, en el caso del BDI-II, es habitual en muestras clinicas--p.
The pubertal stage and sex-specific prevalence of thinness and obesity based on the four aforementioned growth reference centiles are presented in Table 2.
Depending on his centile, I'd even hold off getting a specialist opinion from a paediatric endocrinologist, which might make him feel very self-conscious and anxious.
The 3rd, 5th, 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th, 90th, 95th and 97th centiles of each variable at each gestation were computed for all neonates and separately for the males and females.
The aim of this study was to determine the risk of glucose intolerance and GDM by both BMI categories and BMI centiles in a population where BMI was measured accurately and selective screening for GDM was practiced.
Incluso quitando los centiles mas altos de la distribucion, Chile no alcanza a reducir su coeficiente de Gini a los valores de Uruguay (Grafico 5).
In addition, the weight gains across centiles of the distribution are not uniform.
Trends in BMI values are estimated by centiles of the US adult population by birth cohorts 1882-1986 stratified by ethnicity.
In 2008, WHO estimated that there were 243 million cases of malaria (5th--95th centiles, 190--311 million) worldwide, with approximately 863,000 deaths (5th--95th centiles 708--1003 thousand) (3).
Of the 19 strabismic children, 10 had total scores below the 5th centile (abnormal) or between the 5th and 15th centiles (borderline).
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 2000 height-for-age z-scores, weight-for-age z-scores, and body mass index-for-age centiles were used to define stunting, underweight, overweight, and obesity.