A characteristic or element, especially one used as a criterion for evaluation or judgment; as, a useful parameter for determining efficiency.
In epidemiology, a measurable characteristic of a population. In economics, a constant in a model or formula.
Set For molecular mechanics force fields, empirically or theoretically derived force constants and structural values applying to spcific bonded combinations of atoms (each described by an atom type).
A single number or attribute of the individual things, persons or other entities in Population.
when an index such as the median is used to describe a characteristic of a population (Shavelson, 1996)
a determining characteristic or factor
A quantity or characteristic which describes physical, chemical or biological conditions, such as temperature, dissolved oxygen, color, count, species composition on condition of aquatic organisms, stream flow, velocity and area of channel cross-section.
a measurable or quantifiable characteristic or feature of water quality.
a characteristic of a population. The goal of statistical analysis is usually to estimate population parameters, using statistics from a sample of the population.
limits, ranges or boundary-determining characteristics. The common water analysis parameters include: pH, total alkalinity, chlorine or bromine, calcium hardness, chlorine stabilizer, iron, copper, TDS, etc. The control and adjustment of these various parameters is referred to as water balancing.
A characteristic or measure of a population.
a numerical descriptive measure of a population.
Any numerical summary measure based on data from a population; contrasts with a statistic, which is based on data from a sample (Fortune, 1999)
The true value of a populationâ€™s health attribute.
a quantity (such as the mean or variance) that characterizes a statistical population and that can be estimated by calculations from sample data
a characteristic of the population that in practice we would only know if we were omniscient
a characteristic of the whole population
a characteristic that is used to define a PRODUCT TYPE
a generalization for an entire population, such as the mean, mode or median
a number which summarizes a specific characteristic generated from measurements of every member of a population
a numerical description of a population
a numerical property of a population
a numerical quantity measuring some aspect of a population of scores
a value, usually unknown (and which therefore has to be estimated), used to represent a certain population characteristic
An attribute of a population.
A characteristic component of a unit that can be defined. Vegetation, soil, and hydrology are three parameters that may be used to define wetlands.
A coefficient or value for the population that corresponds to a particular statistic from a sample and is often inferred from the sample.
The measure of a population characteristic.
A measurable electrical characteristic.
Test or analytical procedure which: 1.) measures specific chemicals such as pesticides, PCBs or fluoride; or 2.) measures a group of chemicals or a characteristic such as pH, TOX, or hardness.
a quantity used as input to a mathematical model, for example the number of age classes in a population
A quantitative characteristic of the statistical population
Characteristic or measure obtained from a population.
A determining factor or characteristic. Usually related to performance in developing a system.
a characteristic, or descriptive feature, such as odor, color, or temperature.
This is a property of a population, eg the mean or standard deviation, which is being estimated from the sample data.
A number that describes a population.
a numeric measure of some characteristic of a device.
Any quantitative characteristic or attribute of an individual or population.
Characteristic. For example, specifying parameters means defining the characteristics of something. In general, parameters are used to customize a program. For example, filenames, page lengths, and font specifications could all be considered parameters.
The population value of a characteristic of a distribution.
A quantity that describes a statistical population.
characteristic being measured or described.