Definitions for "Indicators"
Established measures used to determine how well an organization is meeting its customers' needs as well as other operational and financial performance expectations.
Measures that indicate a community's progress toward the targeted Sub-goals More parents and young adults are employed
environmental characteristics that are monitored over time to determine if ecosystems are changing.
A number of complex organic molecules can change their molecular structure and colour when faced with different pH conditions. The most well known indicator is litmus, which is a mixture of vegetable dyes. A list of common synthetic dyes is given below
In chemical analysis, a substance that changes color within a certain definite range of pH or oxidation potential, or in any way renders visible the completion of a chemical reaction; e.g., litmus, phenolsulfonphthalein.
Illuminated signs on the engine and caboose that display the number of the train.
The signs of disturbance in patients. This includes frame modifications and other forms of resistance, emotional-related symptoms, and interpersonal disorders. Indicators are the target of trigger decoded interpretations which are designed to illuminate the deep unconscious basis of these maladaptations and to enable patients to insightfully resolve them.
Measurable evidence of the results of activities related to a particular area of concern. Examples include the percent of adult consumers employed or the percent of children with serious emotional disturbance attending school regularly.
Small Bliss-characters which are placed above other Bliss-characters as grammatical markers. By placing these indicators the meaning of the Bliss-word can be changed. Please see Language Construction for a more indepth analysis.
Indicators (aka markers) are metrics believed to correlate with other metrics.
a system used in competition to determine a fencer's seeding after the first rounds. The first indicator is expressed as a ratio of the number of victories and the number of fights and the second indicator is the number of hits scored minus the number of hits received
For acid-base titrations, organic compounds that exhibit different colors in solutions of different acidities; used to determine the point at which reaction between two solutes is complete.
Series derived from original data to highlight particular features of the data and give signals for traders to take action. An example is the difference between two moving averages, either simple or exponential. Over recent decades a large number of different indicators have been designed by traders.
Indicators are flags that instruct SafeKeeperPLUS to carry out or avoid a specific process.
Keywords:  marc, ignore, tag, symbol, entry
A symbol found immediately following a MARC tag used to identify important details associated with that field (ex. 245 14 – the "1" means the item is filed with the author as the main entry; the "4" means that the title begins with "The", and the computer or card filing system will ignore these letters and file the item under the word following the initial article.
Criteria that describe success in demonstrating essential learnings or content standards. Questions to consider when developing indicators include: What would you accept as evidence of success? What would it look like if a student could demonstrate the content standard or essential learning? Indicators provide ways of knowing what could/should be looked at to determine whether the desired results have been reached.
Readings in test results which may indicate the presence of contaminants.
Keywords:  meter, see
See Meter
See “Objectively Verifiable Indicators” and “Development Indicators”.