cohorts

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cohort
A demographic grouping of people, especially those in a defined age group

The 18-24 cohort shows a sharp increase in automobile fatalities over the proximate age groupings.

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A group of people supporting the same thing or person
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Any division of a Roman legion; normally of about 500 men

Three cohorts of men were assigned to the region.

cohort
A colleague
cohort
An accomplice; an associate in crime

He was able to plea down his sentence by revealing the names of three of his cohorts, as well as the source of the information.

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groups of individuals who share one or more characteristics in a research study and who are followed over time For example, a vaccine trial might include two cohorts, a group at low risk for HIV and a group at higher risk for HIV
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A cohort is generally defined as a group of people within a population who are assumed to have identical exposures during a specified exposure period The use of cohorts is a necessary simplifying assumption for modeling exposures of a large population For the exposure assessment, the population was divided into a set of cohorts such that (1) each person is assigned to one and only one cohort, and (2) all the cohorts combined encompass the entire population
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{n} a troop of Roman soldiers about 5
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That section of a population born during a particular period and identified by period of birth, e g born between 1985 and 1990
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A group of trees (or other entities) of similar origin, and hence of the same age
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a group of individuals in a study who share a demographic, clinical, or other statistical characteristic (e g , age, study site)
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{i} group, gang; one tenth of a legion; one of ten divisions of an ancient Roman legion; companion, friend; people with shared characteristics who experience the same happening concurrently; group of people who are approximately of the same age
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A group of subjects initially identified as having one or more characteristics in common who are followed over time In social science research, this term may refer to any group of persons who are born at about the same time and share common historical or cultural experiences
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A group of individuals that have a statistical factor in common, for example, year of birth
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A group of individuals having a statistical factor (age, race etc ) in common in a demographic study
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A natural group of orders of plants, less comprehensive than a class
cohort
A group of individuals having a statistical factor (such as age) in common in a demographic or epidmiological study
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A group of people who begin and end an activity at the same time In education, some programs admit a group of learners as a cohortthey enter the program together, complete all classes together, and finish all course requirements simultaneously
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Group of students registering at the same stage of a programme at the same time
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a company of companions or supporters
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A body of about five or six hundred soldiers; the tenth part of a legion
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A cohort in the Bureau of Labor Statistics' National Longitudinal Surveys (NLS) program is a group of people, defined by age, that make up a particular study For example, the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 (NLSY79) cohort is made up of people born between January 1, 1957, and December 31, 1964
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A group of fish spawned during a given period, usually within a year
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A cohort is a group of individuals, identified by a common characteristic, who are studied over a period of time as part of an epidemiological investigation
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A group of people
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A term used to designate one group among many in a study For example, "the first cohort" may be the first group to have participated in a training program
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A well-defined group of people who have had a common experience or exposure, who are then followed up for the incidence of new diseases or events, as in a cohort or prospective study A group of people born during a particular period or year is called a birth cohort
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Any band or body of warriors
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disapproval A person's cohorts are their friends, supporters, or associates. Drake and his cohorts were not pleased with my appointment
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A group of individuals (in this case, students) who went through the same experience or event at the same time A cohort does not necessarily progress at the same rate Thus, students who entered the university in Fall 1998 for the first time form a cohort Generation X could also be described as a cohort
cohort
a band of warriors (originally a unit of a Roman Legion)
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The combined group of faculty and students working together in a learning community
cohort
A group of individuals (subjects) who share a common experience or condition
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A group of individuals who enter the life cycle at the same time Specifically, it refers to the individual age levels of a population pyramid
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A group of students who began their degree-seeking college experience at the same time
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A group of individuals born in the same calendar year or group of years
cohort
A group of people who begin and end an activity at the same time In education, some programs admit a group of learners as a cohort-they enter the program together, complete all classes together, and finish all course requirements simultaneously
cohort
a band of warriors (originally a unit of a Roman Legion) a company of companions or supporters
cohort
A group
cohort
a group people having approximately the same age
cohorts

    Turkish pronunciation

    kōhôrts

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkōhôrts/ /ˈkoʊhɔːrts/

    Etymology

    [ 'kO-"hort ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle French & Latin; Middle French cohorte, from Latin cohort-, cohors; more at COURT.

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