Definitions for "variability"
Genotypic differences.
A description of differences among the individual members of a series or population.
The degree of homogeneity or heterogeneity within a given sample; The diversity of a sample
The quality or state of being variable; variableness.
The power possessed by living organisms, both animal and vegetable, of adapting themselves to modifications or changes in their environment, thus possibly giving rise to ultimate variation of structure or function.
Most measured variables show some variation, i.e. their values are not constant between, or even within, experimental units.
Spread of scores in a distribution
The degree to which scores in a frequency distribution depart from the central value. See also central tendency, measure of central tendency, standard deviation (SD), variance (V).
The quality of being subject to change or deviation from a norm or standard.
The training technique of changing (varying) exercise sessions to prevent overuse, to prevent injuries, and to increase interest and adherence while minimizing staleness in a training program.
Numbers that describe how spread out a set of data is (e.g., range and quartile).
Mathematically, same as spread.
The property or ability of an organism to change its characteristics from one generation to the other.
A characteristic of a domain that corresponds to features that distinguish among members of the associated family of systems. See Commonality.
The up and down movement in the data that reveals the stability or consistency in a student's performance over time.