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The difference between the highest and lowest values in a set of values or "subgroup."
setting a low value and high value in a search. For instance, a search for records of 18-35 year olds would have a range of 18-35.
In statistics, the difference between the largest and the smallest numbers in a data set.
The maximum displacement of the nanopositioners with the performance specified.
Range - the price scope. Maximal and lowest levels of the price (rate) achieved during a certain period of time.
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A measure of the variation in a set of data. It is calculated by subtracting the lowest value in the data set from the highest value in that same set.
The numerical difference between the largest and smallest values in a set of data.
difference between the largest and smallest measures of a set.
The highest and lowest prices at which contracts were traded during any given period.
The difference between the highest and lowest prices recorded during a specified trading period, such as the range for the day or week.
The difference between the minimum value and the maximum value in a set of data. The range helps identify best and worst case and process variability.
The largest, minus the smallest in the set of variable values.
the area over which a thing is distributed - of a relation (in set theory) - the set of elements or values which are related to some other element under the relation
The lowest and highest concentrations between which an assay is linear.
A measure of the difference between the highest and lowest items in a data set.
the measurand values over which the sensor is intended to measure, specified by the upper and lower limits.
The difference between the extremes in a set of numbers (e.g., 20 to 35: range is 15); the set of values a function takes on.
The notes, from lowest to highest, that an instrument may be capable of producing.
a measure of spread in statistics; the difference between the greatest and the least in a set of numerical data.
The range of a set of numbers is the largest value in the set minus the smallest value in the set. Note that the range is a single number, not many numbers.
The compass of a musical instrument or voice part, from its lowest note to its highest. (Ranges of the orchestral instruments and chorus parts are given in Instrume.Sta.) See also register .
All of the values that a function or word may have. For example, the range "A-Z" would include each of the characters in the range ABC...Z.
the numerical difference between the minimum and maximum of a set of values.
In a set of numbers or observations, the range is the largest observation minus the smallest.
the limits of the values a function can take; "the range of this function is the interval from 0 to 1"
a contiguous part of a document
a pair of values, separated by a colon, which correspond to the data type of the column
a sequence of values held in a container
a set of abstract values and not a set of numeric values
a set of contiguously indexed records that fall between specified boundary values
a set of values (and is also a value)
a subtype of an integer with a minimum and maximum value given explicitly
a vector of two numbers, the minimum and maximum values of some dataset
The region between the limits within which a quantity is measured, received or transmitted, expressed by stating lower and upper range values.
The difference between the greatest number and the least number in a set of data.
The set of output values for a function
The difference between the maximum and the minimum values of output over which an instrument is designed to operate normally.
The set of possible values for the dependent variable of a function.
The range between the minimum and maximum price over a specific period of time.
The set of values between and including beginning and ending values.
The difference between the largest and smallest values in a measurement data set.
the difference between the extremes (largest minus smallest) in a set of numbers; or the set of values that a function takes on (the y values of a function).
The measured quantity between the lowest value and the highest value.
the lowest and highest points of a set of data
The region between the limits of display within which the input quantity is measured. Range is expressed by stating the lower and upper values of the display. (Examples: 0-100, 70-140, 50-0-50).
the collection of all the y values of a function
The range refers to the spread of test scores among a group of students. It is calculated by subtracting the lowest score from the highest score. For example, if the lowest score is 54 and the highest score is 93, the range is 39.
the set of numbers between the limits of the maximum and minimum values measurable.
The range is an example of a descriptive statistic. The range describes the spread of scores. The range is the highest value minus the lowest value in any set of values.
Defines the upper and lower limits of acceptable values. For example, if a field's range is -10 to 100, you will be able to enter any number from negative 10 to positive 100 inclusive.
In statistics, the difference between the largest and smallest values in a distribution. In common use, the span of values from smallest to largest.
Range is the difference between the highest and lowest price of a currency during a given trading period, normally a day.
The range of a sample (or a data set) is a measure of the spread or the dispersion of the observations. It is the difference between the largest and the smallest observed value of some quantitative characteristic.
the set of all values of the dependent variable of a given function, usually the y-value on a coordinate plane.
The span between the minimum and maximum permissible readings on a given instrument expressed in a particular unit of measure.
A range of values for the quantity in question, for which a number of occurrences will be reported. For example, in the Hits per Visit report a range of "8-15" indicates all visits with between eight and fifteen hits inclusive. The "Count" column then shows how many visits were in that range.
The notes that a voice is capable of creating, from the lowest to the highest.
The difference between the highest and lowest price of a future recorded during a given trading session.
The largest number in the data set minus the smallest.
In medicine and statistics, the difference between the lowest and highest numerical values. For example, if five premature infants are born weighing two, three, four, four, and five pounds respectively, the range of their birth weights is two to five pounds.
The region within which a value is measured, received or transmitted, expressed as lower and upper range values.
A range is a contiguous set of values of a scalar type. A range is specified by giving the lower and upper bounds for the values. A value in the range is said to belong to the range.
The range is the difference between the lowest and the greatest value.
The upper and lower limit values over which the device is specified to function.
in statistics, the difference between the least and the greatest values in a set of data. In more advanced statistics, it is considered the number of values between the greatest and the least, inclusive, and is calculated by the formula range = greatest - least + 1
The difference between the highest and lowest observed values in a data set. [D03553] GAT
the lowest value (L) in a set of numbers through the highest value (H) in the set. When the width of the range is expressed as a single number, the range is calculated as the difference between the highest and lowest values. More advanced presentations show the range calculated as (H - L + 1). The result of either calculation would be considered correct.
The range of a sample is defined as the (maximum value) - (minimum value) It is sometimes used in place of the standard deviation to measure the spread of a data sample. It is calculated in the One Variable Analysis Statlet.
The difference between the highest and lowest prices recorded during a specified time period, usually one trading session, for a given futures contract or commodity option.
The difference between the maximum and the minimum in a set of data.
Those values over which a transducer is intended to measure, specified by its upper and lower limits.
The difference between the largest and smallest numbers in a set of observations.
A security's, or the general market's, highest and lowest price in which it has traded over a specified time--usually a rolling 52 week time period. In newspaper stock listings, a security's 52 week high and low price range is published. Technical analysts watch trading ranges carefully because they believe it is of great importance when a security breaks out of its trading range--high or low end. See: Historical Trading Range; Technical Analysis
A descriptive statistic equal to the maximum less the minimum value in a data set. It is a crude measure of variation (spread) of the data.
The difference between the highest and lowest scores in a distribution.
The difference between the maximum value and minimum value, (2) In reference to a pay grade, the amount that the maximum pay exceeds the minimum pay.
A continuous band of signal values that can be measured or sourced. In bipolar instruments, range includes positive and negative values.
The measured values, over which a transducer is intended to measure, specified by their upper and lower limits.
a set of values between two limits specified in a search request, e.g., 1986­1994 defines a range of values to search for.
A measure of the variability contained in a set of scores, calculated by subtracting the lowest score from the highest.
A different type of facet which expresses nondiscrete numeric headings such as price, date, number of pageviews, and so on. Its headings can be any value within a predefined range of values, and the user is usually free to select any smaller range of values within this facet to narrow his selection.
The difference between the largest and the smallest number in a set of numbers.
A measure of dispersion showing the minimum and maximum value in a distribution 22, 25
The difference between the largest and smallest possible value of a column.
The range of values covered by the independent (or dependent) variable. The difference between the smallest and biggest values.
The difference between the largest and the smallest observation.
The difference between the maximum and minimum values of a set of values. When the number of values is small (i.e., eight or less), the range is a relatively sensitive (efficient) measure of variability. As the number of values increases above eight, the efficiency of the range (as an estimator of the variability) decreases rapidly. The range, or difference between two paired values, is of particular importance in air pollution measurement, since in many situations duplicate measurements are performed as part of the quality assurance program.
In statistics, the difference or interval between the smallest and largest values in a frequency distribution.
The lowest to highest notes an individual voice can produce, or the lowest to highest notes a particular score requires of a singer.
In statistics, the difference between the greatest and smallest values in a data set. In mathematics, the image of a function.
as a statistical concept, the smallest and largest values found in a distribution of numbers.
The contrast between the maximum and minimum prices during a given period.
The difference between the maximum and minimum of a given set of numbers.
Extent of a melody, instrument or voice from its lowest to highest notes.
The spread from minimum to maximum values that an instrument is designed to measure.
The difference between the highest and lowest values of a measurable attribute of the output of a process.
The difference between the highest and lowest prices recorded during a given trading session, week, month, year, etc.
The difference between the highest and lowest price recorded during a given trading session, week, month, life of contract, or any given period.
The span of vales from one point of reference to another--e.g., a thermostat's range may be from 50 to 90°F. The difference between the minimum and maximum points of operation of a properly functioning control.
The difference between the maximum and minimum values in a sample or population.
Restriction on the values of which a slot must be a member. (See slot.)
A range is a set of values between two limits. Whether or not the two limits are included in the range is defined by which “to” keyword is used. To exclude a limit, add an underscore (“_”) to the side of the “to” which you'd like to exclude. For example, the formula “2 to 4” returns numbers 2, 3, and 4; “2 _to 4” returns the numbers 3 and 4, while “2 _to_ 4” returns only 3.