Definition of Deciles
1. Noun. (plural of decile) ¹
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Definition of Deciles
1. decile [n] - See also: decile
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Literary usage of Deciles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gold, Prices, and Wages Under the Greenback Standard by Wesley Clair Mitchell (1908)
"The figures for wholesale prices are taken from Table 5. Average intervals between Lowest relative wages or prices and 1st deciles 1st deciles and ..."
2. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics by Carl Joseph West (1918)
"The deciles as Measures of Dispersion. The position of the deciles shows the ... If the deciles near the middle of the distribution are close together and ..."
3. Elements of Statistics by Arthur Lyon Bowley (1907)
"deciles 55.5, 56.6, 57, 57.9, 63.6, 6zt 60.6, 59.7. Arithmetic average, 59.095. Greatest density 57 or 59. „ „ in smoothed curve would be about 58. ..."
4. Rural Growth Linkages: Household Expenditure Patterns in Malaysia and Nigeria by P. B. R. Hazell, Ailsa Röell (1983)
"If similar results also hold for farm size deciles, then a more useful basis ... The average budget shares for different farm size deciles are reported in ..."
5. Poverty and Policy in Post-Apartheid South Africa by Haroon Bhorat, S M Ravi Kanbur, Human Sciences Research Council (2007)
"Table 3.5 Population-group composition of per capita income deciles, 1996-2001 Decile African White Coloured Asian/Indian Sources: Own calculations using ..."
6. Employment for Poverty Reduction and Food Security by Joachim Von Braun (1995)
"According to a study by Pollack (1992), 27.2 percent of the total income generated by FSE (Bolivia) went to persons in the first three income deciles; ..."
7. Capital, the State, and Labour: A Global Perspective by Juliet Schor, Jong-Il You (1995)
"In Table 5.8 we look at the ratio of the average real income of different income brackets to the average income of the first three deciles. ..."