variance

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} varyans
{i} değişiklik
değişim
(Dilbilim) dağılım
anlaşmazlık
(Ticaret) tezat
tutarsızlık
değişken
karşıtlık
uyuşmazlık
Değişke
değişirlik
ayrılık at
değişki
variance with çelişkili
{i} değişme, değişiklik
{i} çelişki, ayrılık
tutarsız
aykırı
(Nükleer Bilimler) değişinti
{i} ayrılı
(Bilgisayar) fark
change
{f} değişmek

İnsanları değiştiremezsin. Onlar kendileri değişmek zorundalar. - You can't change people. They have to change themselves.

Her şey değişmek üzere. - Everything's about to change.

change
{f} değiştirmek

Ben tarihi yarın geceye değiştirmek istiyorum. - I'd like to change the date to tomorrow night.

Tren geç vardığı için onlar programını değiştirmek zorunda kaldılar. - They had to change their schedule because the train arrived late.

change
{i} değişiklik

Herhangi bir değişiklik var mı? - Have there been any changes?

Hükümet temel değişiklikler yapmalı. - The government must make fundamental changes.

variance analysis
(Ticaret) varyans analizi
variance of
(Bilgisayar) varyans
variance stabilizing transformation
(İstatistik) Varyans durağanlaştırıcı dönüştürüm
variance components
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) varyans bileşenleri
variance ratio
varyans oranı
variance ratio test
(İstatistik) varyans oran testi
variance ratio test
(İstatistik) değişke oran sınaması
variance reduction technique
degisinti azaltma yontemi
variance reduction technique
değişinti azaltma yöntemi
burden variance
(Ticaret) genel imal giderleri sapması
change
dönüştürmek
change
ufaklık
change
değişime uğratmak
change
para bütünlemek
change
aktarma yapmak (taşıtta)
efficiency variance
(Ticaret) verim sapması
efficiency variance
(Ticaret) verim oranı
schedule variance
(İnşaat) program sapması
analysis of variance
varyans analizi
at variance
çelişkili
be at variance
uyuşmazlık içinde olmak
be at variance
uyuşamamak
change
üstünü değiştirmek
cross variance
çapraz varyans
be at variance
(with) ile uyusamamak, uyuşmazlık içinde olmak
be at variance
varyans olmak
favourable variance
olumlu fark, lehte sapma
labor efficiency variance
işgücü verimliliği varyans
labor rate variance
işgücü oranı varyans
residual variance
Artık Varyans: Bir regresyon analizi sonucunda, Y değişkenine ait gözlenen ve yordanan değerler arasındaki sapma puanlarının (hata) karelerinin toplamının N’e bölümü ile açıklanan regresyon doğrusu etrafındaki varyansdır
unfavorable variance
olumsuz varyans
variances
farklılıklar
be at variance with
-e ters düşmek, ile çelişmek
be at variance with
uyuşamamak
be at variance with
ile uyuşmamak, ile araları bozuk olmak
change
{f} takas etmek
change
değişikliğe uğramak
change
{i} borsa [brit.]
change
{i} değişim, değişme, değişiklik
change
{f} değiştirmek, tahvil etmek; değişmek, değişikliğe uğramak
change
yüzü solmak
change
(Askeri) DEĞİŞİKLİKLER

AIDS araştırma dünyasında yer alan tüm değişiklikleri takip edemem. - I can't keep track of all the changes taking place in the world of AIDS research.

Ben taslakda bazı değişiklikler yapmak istiyorum. - I'd like to make some changes in the draft.

change
(Tekstil) 1. değişmek 2. değiştirmek 3. değişiklik, değişme, değişim
change
{f} (taşıtta) aktarma yapmak: You'll have to change trains in Ankara. Ankara'da
change
{i} bozuk para, bozuk, bozukluk, ufaklık
denominator variance
(Ticaret) kapasite sapması
mix variance
(Ticaret) karışık sapma
mixed variance
(Ticaret) muhtelif değişme
pooled variance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) toplu varyans
purchase price variance
(Askeri) SATIN ALMA FAALİYET DEĞİŞİKLİĞİ: Satın alınan stokun gerçek maliyeti ile standart fiyatı arasındaki farkı birleştirmek üzere tutulan bir hesap
quantity variance
(Ticaret) miktar sapması
quantity variance
(Ticaret) miktar farkı
sampling variance
(İstatistik) örnekleme varyansı
set at variance
aralarını bozmak
spending variance
(Ticaret) harcama sapması
turnover variance
(Ticaret) satış farkı
turnover variance
(Ticaret) satış tutarı sapması
unbiased estimate of variance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yansız varyans tahmini
unfavorable variance
(Ticaret) olumsuz fark
usage variance
(Ticaret) kullanım sapması
usage variance
(Ticaret) harcama sapması
utilization variance
(Ticaret) kapasite sapması
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A difference between what is expected and what happens
The state of differing or being in conflict
The second central moment in probability
The act of varying or the state of being variable
A discrepancy, especially between two legal documents
change
{n} disagreement, dissension, discord
{i} act or instance of variation; divergence; discrepancy, strife, discord
A measure of the up and down swings your bankroll goes through Variance is not necessarily a measure of how well you play However, the higher your variance, the wider swings you'll see in your bankroll
A disagreement or difference between two parts of the same legal proceeding, which, to be effectual, ought to agree, as between the writ and the declaration, or between the allegation and the proof
A measure of dispersion of a set of data points around their mean value The mathematical expectation of the squared deviations from the mean The square root of the variance is the standard deviation
A statistic which measures how spread out or dispersed a set of data is The value calculated will always be greater than or equal to zero, with larger values corresponding to data which is more spread out If all data values are identical, the variance is equal to zero The square root of the variance is called the standard deviation Since the standard deviation is measured in the same units as the data, it is more frequently used than the variance The variance and standard deviation are calculated in the One Variable Analysis statlet
the sum of the squares of the deviates divided by one less than the total number of deviates; a measure which indicates how far away from the middle the statistics are; usually denoted by the lower case s2 Variance is the standard deviation squared In practice, it is easier to compute the variance, then take the square root to obtain the standard deviation (See standard deviation )
The variance between things is the difference between them. the variances in the stock price. = variation
(Ticaret) The difference between a standard or expected value and the actual result, and often characterized as favorable or unfavorable
The most commonly used statistical measure of dispersion The first step is to square the deviations of a data item from its average value Then the average of the squared deviations is calculated to obtain an overall measure of variability
a measure of the variability or precision of a set of observations
the quality of being subject to variation
The sum of the squared deviations from the mean, divided by the degrees of freedom (N-1)
The average of the squared deviations of a random variable from the expected value of the variable The variance of an estimate is the squared standard error of the estimate
In statistics, in a population of samples, the mean of the squares of the differences between the respective samples and their mean, expressed mathematically as
an activity that varies from a norm or standard; "any variation in his routine was immediately reported"
an event that departs from expectations
the second moment around the mean; the expected value of the square of the deviations of a random variable from its mean value
Refers to permission that allows a property owner to depart from the literal requirements of a zoning ordinance that, because of special circumstances, cause a unique hardship Included would be such things as the particular physical surroundings, shape or topographical condition of the property and when compliance would result in a practical difficulty and would deprive the owner of the reasonable use of the property
A measure of the dispersion shown by a set of observations, defined by the sum of the squares of deviations from the mean, divided by the number of degrees of freedom in the set of observations
The variance of a parameter pool is a measure of the variability of the pool It is determined by squaring the deviations of each value about the mean and dividing by one less than the number of individuals in the pool The variance is the square of the standard deviation
The average squared deviation about the mean of a set of data A measure of the variation around the central class of a distribution; the average squared deviation of the observations from their mean value
The dispersion of a variable The square of the standard deviation
Variance measures the dispersion of a return distribution It is the sum of the squares of a return's deviation from the mean, divided by n The value will always be ≥ 0, with larger values corresponding to data that is more spread out σ (X - μ)2
A statistical measure of the dispersion of observation values in a data set The variance of a sample is the sum of the square of each value in the data set subtracted from the mean divided by one less than the total number of observations in the data set
Sample variance is a measure of the variability of a sample, based on the sum of the squared deviations of the data values about the mean Population variance is a theoretical measure of the variability of a population
If one thing is at variance with another, the two things seem to contradict each other. Many of his statements were at variance with the facts
A measure of dispersion of a set of data points around their mean value The mathematical expectation of the average squared deviations from the mean The square root of the variance is the standard deviation
The variance (or mean square) may be thought of as the average squared difference between observations and their mean It gives an indication of the amount of variability in a set of data
An indulgence granted by a local zoning commission or authority to allow a non-conforming use of a property to continue The zoning bylaw or ordinance is actually amended as it pertains to the particular property
The square of the standard deviation
The quality or state of being variant; change of condition; variation
Difference that produce dispute or controversy; disagreement; dissension; discord; dispute; quarrel
discord that splits a group
A statistical measure of how values vary from the mean See also standard deviation
A measure of the dispersion of a data set The sample variance is defined as
In statistics, a measure of variability (or spread); the mean-square deviation from the mean, that is , the mean of the squares of the differences between individual values of x and the mean value μ σ = E[(x - μ)2] = E(x2) - μ2 where E denotes expected value The positive square root σ of the variance is called the standard deviation
a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions; "a growing divergence of opinion"
variance analysis
analysis of the distribution or error that is random in experiment results
analysis of variance
A collection of statistical models, and their associated procedures, in which the observed variance is partitioned into components due to different explanatory variables
purchase price variance
The difference in price between the amount paid to the supplier and the planned or standard cost of that item
variance.
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explained variance
Explained variance is part of the variance of any residual that can be attributed to a specific condition (cause). The other part of variance is unexplained variance. The higher the explained variance relative to the total variance, the stronger the statistical measure used
residual variance
Residual variance or unexplained variance is part of the variance of any residual. The other part is explained variance. In analysis of variance and regression analysis, residual variance is that part of the variance which cannot be attributed to specific causes
time variance
Time variance is the ability to remember historic perspectives
unexplained variance
Residual variance or unexplained variance is part of the variance of any residual. The other part is explained variance. In analysis of variance and regression analysis, residual variance is that part of the variance which cannot be attributed to specific causes. The unexplained variance can be divided into two parts. First, the part related to random, everyday, normal, free will differences in a population or sample. Among any aggregation of data these conditions equal out. Second, the part that comes from some condition that has not be identified, but that is systematic. That part introduces a bias and if not identified can lead to a false conclusion
analysis of variance
Statistical test compares the influence of two or more groups of one or more nominal independent variables on a continuous level dependent variable; represented by the symbol F; also referred to as ANOVA
analysis of variance
A statistical technique for testing for differences in the means of several groups
analysis of variance
a method of testing metric variables against a single dependent categorical measure to determine whether or not the means differ across all groups
analysis of variance
(ANOVA) the systematic method of statistically evaluating experimental results in order to separate the sources of variation
analysis of variance
A mathematical process for separating the variability of a group of observations into assignable causes and setting up various significance tests
analysis of variance
A method for analyzing the differences in the means of two or more groups of cases Topic areas: Accountability and Evaluation
analysis of variance
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) is a statistical test which compares the distribution of two or more sample groups to determine if one or more of the groups are significantly different from the others The sample groups must be gaussian in distribution In an analysis of variation, the average variance within each of the sample groups is factored out from the variance between each of the sample groups before computing the probability of significant differences between the groups
analysis of variance
(ANOVA) a basic statistical technique for analyzing experimental data It subdivides the total variation of a data set into meaningful component parts associated with specific sources of variation in order to test a hypothesis on the parameters of the model or to estimate variance components
analysis of variance
A basic statistical technique for analyzing experimental data It subdivides the total variation of a data set into meaningful component parts associated with specific sources of variation in order to test a hypothesis on the parameters of the model or to estimate variance components There are three models: fixed, random and mixed
analysis of variance
A statistical technique for comparing differences between groups
analysis of variance
A method of analysis for determining the level of statistical significance of differences among the means of two or more variables
analysis of variance
Analysis of variance, frequently abbreviated ANOVA, is a statistical test used with interval data to determine if multiple samples come from populations with equal means Like chi-square, ANOVA tests for significant variation between groups or samples However, ANOVA requires interval data and signifies differences in sample means
analysis of variance
An analysis of the variation in the outcomes of an experiment to assess the contribution of each variable to the variation
analysis of variance
A test of differences between mean scores of two or more groups with one or more variables
analysis of variance
(Anova) The partitioning of total sum of squares into the sum of squares explained by the model and the remaining sum of squares unexplained
analysis of variance
A hypothesis-testing procedure that is used to evaluate mean differences between two or more treatments (or populations)
analysis of variance
A body of methods for determining the influences of various postulated variables or factors on the variability of a response variable, such as the influences of wheat variety and soil type on crop yield
analysis of variance
A statistical technique for resolving the total variability of a set of data into systematic and random components The analysis of variance is fundamentally a statistical estimating and/or testing procedure It estimates the components of variance due to systematic and random causes, and it leads to significance tests of these components The statistical assumptions required for a valid test are more stringent than those for estimating the components of variance
analysis of variance
A statistical technique to test the equality of three or more sample means and thus make inferences whether the samples have come from populations having the same mean
analysis of variance
A statistical method for comparing the means of multiple groups
analysis of variance
a statistical method for making simultaneous comparisons between two or more means; a statistical method that yields values that can be tested to determine whether a significant relation exists between variables
at variance
not in accord; "desires at variance with his duty"; "widely discrepant statements"
at variance
in a state of disagreement; contradictory
at variance(p)
not in accord; "desires at variance with his duty"; "widely discrepant statements
be at variance
be in a state of disagreement; be opposing; not in accord or harmony; (e.g., "The facts we have are at variance with her story")
co-variance
product of the deviation of two random variables from their respective means (Statistics)
cost variance
a technique to record the difference between the budgeted cost of the work performed and the actual cost
cost variance
1 Any difference between the estimated cost of an activity and the actual cost of that activity 2 In earned value, BCWP less ACWP
cost variance
The difference between actual and standard cost
cost variance
(CV) - 1) Any difference between the budgeted cost and actual cost of an activity 2) In earned value, CV = EV - ACWP
cost variance
The difference between the budgeted and actual cost of work performed
cost variance
(1) Any difference between the estimated cost of an activity and the actual cost of that activity (2) In earned value, BCWP less ACWP
cost variance
the difference between the actual incurred cost and the standard amount (p 1065)
cost variance
The difference between actual and standard cost
cost variance
(CV) - 1) Any difference between the budgeted cost and actual cost of an activity 2) In earned value, CV = EV - ACWP
cost variance
The difference between the budgeted and actual cost of work performed
cost variance
1 Any difference between the estimated cost of an activity and the actual cost of that activity 2 In earned value, BCWP less ACWP
cost variance
the difference between the actual incurred cost and the standard amount (p 1065)
cost variance
a technique to record the difference between the budgeted cost of the work performed and the actual cost
cost variance
(1) Any difference between the estimated cost of an activity and the actual cost of that activity (2) In earned value, BCWP less ACWP
favorable variance
(Ticaret) A variance created by using or spending less of a given resource than specified by the standard, often categorized as rate (spending less per hour for labor for a given amount of production), efficiency (using less hours for a given amount of production), usage (using less materials for a given amount of production) or price (paying less to a vendor for a given purchased item)
immaterial variance
unimportant difference
labor efficiency variance
(Ticaret) The cost variance created by using more or less actual labor hours than the standard labor hours for a given amount of production, while assuming the actual pay rate equaled the standard pay rate
labor rate variance
(Ticaret) The cost variance created by reporting labor hours with a pay rate higher or lower than the standard pay rate, while assuming the actual hours worked were equal to the standard
material usage variance
(Ticaret) The variance generated by using a lesser or greater actual quantity of the standard material than specified in producing a given item (which is different than a substitution variance created by using items different than the ones on the standard bill of material )
purchase price variance
(Ticaret) (PPV) The variance created by the actual price paid to a vendor for material as compared to the standard cost, sometimes separated into the variance created by the specified purchase order price vs. the standard, and the actual vendor invoice cost vs. the specified purchase order price
rate variance
(Ticaret) The difference between the planned and actual output or production rates for a given period
significant variance
(Ticaret) A reported value outside specified control limits or tolerance levels that indicates a failure condition in the system being measured. The sum of all significant variances are often divided by the total number of observations to indicate the hit/miss ratio
substitution variance
(Ticaret) A cost variance created by using an alternative component or material on a production order that has a higher or lower cost than the standard component. Substitution variances should be separated from usage variances, which track over or under quantity usage of standard material
unfavorable variance
(Ticaret) A variance created by using or spending more of a given resource than specified by the standard, often categorized as rate (spending more per hour for labor for a given amount of production), efficiency (using more hours for a given amount of production), usage (using more material for a given amount of production) or price (paying more to a vendor for a given purchased item)
usage variance
(Ticaret) Actual material usage for a given order or schedule that is different than the standard amount. Variance analysis seeks to isolate dollar variances due to usage (using more or less of the correct material) from substitution (using different material than originally intended)
variances
Approved uses of land outside the scope of an area’s zoning
variances
plural of variance
variances
the fact or state of being in disagreement
variances
Differences between budgeted expenditure and actual expenditure (usually compared on a weekly or monthly basis)
variances
The differences obtained from subtracting actual results from expected or budgeted results
variance
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