A characteristic that may take on different values.
A characteristic or aspect in which people, objects, events, or conditions vary.
A property that may have different values in various cases.
an event, behavior, or characteristic that has two or more values. (46)
The characteristic(s) that you are measuring.
In sociological research, any concept with measurable traits or characteristics that can change or vary from one person, time, situation, or society to another.
Anything that can have different values (be different sizes or amounts) at different times; what is being measured in a study.
in research, a quality, characteristic or property of an object, a person, or a situation that can and does change in different circumstances.
(Statistics) A series of comparable observations or characteristics of a phenomenon taken as a single set of data; a listing of specific characteristics of a population or a number of observations taken over a specific period of time which may reasonably be expected to vary from observation to observation.
A characteristic of students that can take on different values: for example, achievement, skill, attitudes, and behavior.
an observable characteristic of a phenomenon that can be measured or classified.
Any characteristic or attribute of persons, objects, or events that can take on different numerical values.
a column in a SAS data set. A variable is a set of data values that describe a given characteristic across all observations. See also macro variable.
A characteristic or attribute of interest in a research study.
Observable characteristics that vary among individuals. See also ordinal variable, nominal variable, interval variable, continuous variable, discrete variable, dependent variable, independent variable.
A trait or characteristic with two or more categories that can be measured--e.g. "gender"
In the scientific method, variables are the all the various parts or characteristics in nature. In the science of fire ecology, for instance, fuel, vegetation type, brush, tree size, density, species and climate are all variables that affect how fire plays out its role in landscapes.
In the scientific method, variable...
Any characteristic or attribute that can be measured.
any characteristic that can be measured on each unit of the population.
A characteristic or property of an individual population unit.
Any characteristic or trait that can vary from one person to another (race, sex, academic major) or for one person over time (age, political beliefs).
A characteristic that can vary or differ, such as age, location, or education level.
Is a term ascribed to the characteristic(s) being investigated, and can take any value in a reasonable range. For example, blood group, blood pressure, age of patients being studied.
a column in a SAS data set. A variable is a set of data values that describe a given characteristic across all observations. In the ACCESS procedure, variables are created from the PC files' columns or fields.
A characteristic of interest in a study that has different values for different subjects or objects.
A characteristic that can assume any one of a range of values.
Something that can assume different values or states.
In this book, any trait, characteristic, test, measurement, or assessment that is recorded, or scheduled to be recorded, on patients enrolled, or to be enrolled, in a clinical trial.