A natural group of orders of plants, less comprehensive than a class.
a group of people defined according to a common experience (such as birth year) or exposure, such as to a disease — and who, on that basis, may be chosen for/monitored as part of a clinical study.
any group of people with a time-specific common experience, but frequently refers to individuals born during the same time period. Although the time interval may be arbitrarily chosen, it is often used to study generations, both intra- and intergenerational characteristics and social relations.
A cohort is a group sharing similar characteristics at a particular point. The cohort selected for the NLSY79 includes 12,686 youth who were age 14-21 on December 31, 1978 (born between January 1957 and December 1964), either civilians residing in the 50 United States (11,406 sample members) or non-civilians on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces in September 1978 and born between January 1957 and December 1961 (1,280 sample members).
A cohort is a group of people born approximately during the same time period and thus exposed to particular historical and sociocultural events, attitudes, and behaviors. This concept is used frequently in epidemiological analysis.
A group of individuals within a population who have experienced the same life event during some specified period in time. Cohort is usually defined by year or period of birth, but it may be used to refer to the timing of any number of other life events, such as year of retirement or year of marriage.
Group of individuals with a common identity, typically time
A cohort is a group of people who share similar characteristics at a particular point in time. The cohort selected for the NLSY97 includes 9,022 youth who were age 12-16 on December 31, 1996 (born between January 1, 1980, and December 31, 1984).
the group of children within the same year group.
A group of people, born during the same period. For example, the baby boomers are a cohort, born c.1945-1960. The term "generation" is sometimes used in a similar way, but a cohort can be much less than a generation. For example, people born in a single year are a cohort, but not a generation.
Group of people who share a similar experience, such as growing up in the same place at the same time.
a group of people of the same age. 111
a group of individuals having a statistical factor (as age or risk) in common
the term which refers to a population age group, such as children less then five years old
A group of people who share at least one common factor (e.g. being HIV-positive) and who are studied over a period of time.
A group of fish that have the same demographic characteristics, such as belonging to the same age class of a given stock.
refers to those born in the same year (or band of years
A group of individuals of similar age.
Direct loans obligated or loan guarantees committed by a program in the same year even if disbursements occur in subsequent years. Post-1992 direct loans or loan guarantees will remain with their original cohort throughout the life of the loan, even if the loan is modified. Pre-1992 loans and loan guarantees that are modified shall each, respectively, constitute a single cohort. (OMB Circular No. A-11, "Preparation and Submission of Budget Estimates." Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget, hereafter cited as OMB Circular No. A-11.)
A group of persons identified by common characteristics who are studied over a period of time.
The combined group of faculty and students working together in a learning community.
A group of participants initially identified as having one or more characteristics in common who are followed over time. In social science research, this term may refer to any group of persons who are born at about the same time and share common historical or cultural experiences.
A well-defined group of people who have had a common experience. A group of students who started a particular program at the same time and will graduate at the same time is an example of a cohort.
a group of individuals who are alike in many ways but differ by a certain characteristic. A cohort study compares a particular outcome in these groups – for example, breast cancer in female teachers with a family member who has had breast cancer versus those who haven't.
Any designated group of persons who are followed or traced over a period of time. For example, a cohort may be defined as all white males working at a specific facility during a specific period of time.
A group of persons who have characteristics in common and are studied prospectively.
Borrowers who enter repayment in a given fiscal year.
a group people having approximately the same age
a band or group of people
a grouping of your workforce with similar talents, similar age and similar years of service
a group of animals of the same species, identified by a common characteristic, which are studied over a period of time as part of a scientific or medical investigation
a group of beings (commonly people) who are surveyed or studied over a period of time
a group of customers who came onto your file at the same point in time
a group of distinct customers who entered your file (or started buying from your company) at the same point of time
a group of individuals, identified by a common characteristic, who are studied over a period of time as part of an epidemiological investigation
a group of individuals that move through a program together
a group of individuals who participate in a program together
a group of patients followed over time, either prospectively or retrospectively
a group of peers and colleagues who work in partnership toward the same goal
a group of peers who move through the program together
a group of people followed over a specified period of time
a group of people that are followed through time to see what happens to them
a group of people who are followed over time to see whether a disease develops
a group of people who are identified by researchers as sharing one or more characteristics that are important for the intended research
a group of people whose lives have been shaped by similar experiences, like the Great Depression
a group of people who share a common characteristic or experience within a defined time period (e
a group of people who share common characteristics or experiences
a group of people who share similar experiences and events
a group of people who share things like behaviors, perceptions, and philosophies (similar to a target audience for a radio station)
a group of people who were born at the same historical period in time and will travel through time together into old age
a group of people with largely shared interests who grow as a community in those interests over time
a group of persons who come together for the benefit of all parties
a group of persons who experience a certain event in a specified period of time
a group of select students by location, employer or through contractual agreement that proceed through a degree program together from start to finish
a group of students admitted at the same time into a program and enroll in all of their courses together
a group of students enrolling and progressing through the graduate program together at the same pace
a group of students in a common teaching field, taking the same methods courses and student teaching in specific academic years
a group of students that enter into a program at the same time, take the classes together and remain in the same track
a group of students that starts and finishes a program at the same time
a group of students that start the degree completion program together, take the same course each term together, and graduate together
a group of students who attend together all of the required courses leading to a degree
a group of students who enroll in the same courses and stay together through the entire program
a group of students who sign up to follow a pre-planned sequence of courses through to degree completion together
a group of students who start and finish a program together
a group of students who start and finish at the same time, with specific deadlines, assignments and requirements
a group of students who stay together as one class throughout the required courses leading to a degree
an identifiable group of fish
a small group of students who work through the program together, taking the same courses and working on the same curriculum
a special group of peers selected with the intent to provide a mixture of today's technical and business leaders
A group of individuals sharing a statistical characteristic who are used in epidemiologic studies of disease.
A group of organisms with common characteristics.
A specific group of students established for tracking purposes.
A group of individuals that have a statistical factor in common (e.g., year of birth).
Group of subjects enrolled concurrently or sequentially under a similar study design with the same treatment group. A study may be made up of one or more cohorts.
group of individuals used in a study that have a statistical factor, such as age, in common
A group of individuals born in the same calendar year or group of years.
Group of subjects in a clinical trial followed up at regular, predetermined intervals.
A group of people sharing a common demographic experience who are observed through time. For example, the female birth cohort of 1940 would be the women born in that year.
A group of individuals who enter the life cycle at the same time. Specifically, it refers to the individual age levels of a population pyramid.
A group of people sharing a common temporal demographic experience who are observed through time. For example, the birth cohort of 2000 is the people born in that year. There are also marriage cohorts and so forth.
A particular group of people with something in common, for example, a class of students.
A cohort can refer to a group of people such as those who are taking part in a trial or whose morbidity and mortality is being studied and analyzed.
All direct loans and loan guarantees of a program for which a subsidy appropriation is provided for a given fiscal year. For direct loans and loan guarantees for which multi-year or no-year appropriations are provided, the cohort is defined by the year of obligation.
a group of lions (or an other species) of the same generation (age)
A group of subjects used for an analysis.
a group of fish all spawned in the same year.
Many teacher certification programs are described as having a "cohort" structure. This implies that a group of students is admitted and progresses through the program together.
All individuals of a species hatched or born during a certain time period
epidemiologistÂ's word for groups of patients with similar exposures
A category of people who are born within a specified period in time or who share some specified characteristic in common.
A group of persons, such as a school class or grade, who share one or more particular statistical or demographic characteristics.
A cohort is a well-defined group of people who have had a common experience. For example, a group of people born during a particular period or year is called a birth cohort.
In epidemiology, a group of individuals with some characteristics in common.
a group of individuals with some characteristics in common. For example, a trial might include two cohorts, a group that has hepatitis and HIV, and a group that does not have heptitis.
group of people born during the same historical period or experiencing the same historical influences. Includes, but is not synonymous with, peer group.
a group of individuals in a study who share a demographic, clinical or other statistical characteristic (e.g., age, study site).
those individuals of a stock born in the same spawning season. For annual spawners, a year's recruitment of new individuals to a stock is a single cohort or year-class.
A group composed of loans approved in the same fiscal year. Cohorts may be further classified according to loan type and loan program. Loans approved prior to October 1, 1991, are tracked as a single cohort.
A group of persons who experience a certain event (e.g. birth, marriage) during a defined time period.
A group of people with common statistical characteristics (for example all born in the same year).
A 'cohort' is a group of people clearly identified: a cohort study follows that group over time and reports on what happens to them. A cohort study is an observational study and it can be prospective or retrospective.
A group of trees (or other entities) of similar origin, and hence of the same age.
A group of individuals with some characteristics in common who are followed over time to see who develops a disease or outcome, and factors associated with this.
A group of people born within a given time frame or experiencing a life event at approximately the same time.
A group of individuals sharing a common demographic experience with respect to an observed period of time (e.g., individuals sharing the same birth year or years, individuals who fall in a specified age range.)
A group of individuals of a species of approximately the same age that resulted from a single spawning event, period, or season.
a group of similar individuals (eg. a group of postmenopausal women) usually referring to those in a research study
Groups of individuals who share one or more characteristics in a research study and who are followed over time. For example, a vaccine trial might include two cohorts, a group at low risk for HIV and a group at higher risk.
A well-defined group of people who have had a common experience or exposure, who are then followed up for the incidence of new diseases or events, as in a cohort or prospective study. A group of people born during a particular period or year is called a birth cohort.
a group of people that may share a common characteristic (i.e. they live in a certain town or were born in a certain year) who are enrolled in a study and their health status is followed for a period of time.
A group of fish spawned during a given period, usually within a year.
A cohort is a group of people who participate in a research study in which participants' health is monitored over time.
A member of a group with like characteristics
A group of pupils/students who join the first grade/year of a given cycle in the same school year, and subsequently experience the events of promotion, repetition, dropout or successful completion of the final grade, each in his/her own way.(Reference: 2006 Inter-Agency Committee on Education Statistics (IACES))
A group of persons with a common characteristic or set of characteristics. Typically, the group is followed for a specified period to determine the incidence of a disorder or complications of an established disorder (that is, prognosis), as in COHORT ANALYTIC STUDY (prospective study) (see also INCEPTION COHORT).
A group of patients within the same arm of a trial.
A group of subjects who remain together in the same study over a period of time.
A group of people who begin and end an activity at the same time. In education, some programs admit a group of learners as a cohort—they enter the program together, complete all classes together, and finish all course requirements simultaneously.
A group of individuals that have a statistical factor in common, for example, year of birth.
The percentage of loan borrowers who default before the end of the academic fiscal year following the fiscal year in which they entered repayment on their loans.
A group of individuals having a common statistical factor such as age, e.g. all of the foliage produced during the same year.
A group of MRSA positive patients (infected or colonized) who are physically separated, but grouped together and cared for by staff who do not care for MRSA negative patients.
a group of individuals sharing certain significant social characteristics in common, such as sex, time, and place of birth.
a group of individuals who share a common characteristic
A group of persons who share one or more particular statistical or demographic characteristics, such as having received their bachelor's degree in a certain year or range of years.
A cohort is a group of students that move together through an educational program. Cohorts allow a small number of learners, usually starting courses at the same time, to take a group of core classes over a period of time. However, students in a cohort may not necessarily progress through the program at the same rate or graduate at the same time. Cohorts can be very beneficial, because students can get to know each other really well and provide a supportive learning environment for each other.
A group of individuals having a statistical characteristic in common in a demographic study.
A cohort in computer science is a group of proximate data and/or operations. It is a mean for scheduling to achieve greater performance.