# Decile

**deciles**

In descriptive statistics, a decile is any of the nine values that divide the sorted data into ten equal parts, so that each part represents 1/10 of the sample or population.wikipedia

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### Quantile

**quantilesquintiletertile**

A decile is one possible form of a quantile; others include the quartile and percentile.

The 10-quantiles are called deciles → D

### Socioeconomic decile

**decile ratingsocio-economic deciledecile**

Socio-economic decile

This gives a broad measure of the relative poverty, or aggregated socioeconomic (or social class), of the parents or care-givers of students at the school, with decile 1 schools being the 10% of schools with the lowest socioeconomic communities and decile 10 schools being at the other end of the scale.

### Percentile

**percentiles50th percentile85th percentile speed**

A decile is one possible form of a quantile; others include the quartile and percentile.

Decile

### Descriptive statistics

**descriptivedescriptive statisticstatistics**

In descriptive statistics, a decile is any of the nine values that divide the sorted data into ten equal parts, so that each part represents 1/10 of the sample or population.

### Quartile

**quartileslower quartilelower and upper quartiles**

A decile is one possible form of a quantile; others include the quartile and percentile.

### Summary statistics

**summary statisticSummarizationdata summarization**

Summary statistics

### Drought in Australia

**droughtdroughtsdroughts in Australia**

Drought in Australia is defined by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology as rainfall over a three-month period being in the lowest decile of what has been recorded for that region in the past.

### Interdecile range

In statistics, the interdecile range is the difference between the first and the ninth deciles (10% and 90%).

### Median

**averagesample medianmedian-unbiased estimator**

The median is the 2nd quartile, 5th decile, and 50th percentile.

### Sample maximum and minimum

**sample maximumsample minimumMaximum**

On the other hand, if outliers have little or no impact on actual outcomes, then using non-robust statistics such as the sample extrema simply cloud the statistics, and robust alternatives should be used, such as other quantiles: the 10th and 90th percentiles (first and last decile) are more robust alternatives.

### Wagemark

**The Wagemark Foundation**

The standard compares the total earnings of the highest paid employee with the average pay of the bottom decile of earners within an organization.

### Enderley

It has a decile rating of 10 and a roll of 652.

### Bates College

**BatesBates (ME)Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area Corporation**

About 90% of this incoming class (of those from schools that officially rank students) graduated in the top decile of their high school classes.

### The Brownies' Book

It also intended to develop The Talented Tenth, capable African Americans in the top decile who could become leaders in the black community.

### Living Standards Measure

It segments the population into ten deciles based on their relative means, with LSM 1 being the decile with the least means and 10 being the decile with the greatest means.

### Median of medians

**linear time median finding**

The median-of-medians algorithm computes an approximate median, namely a point that is guaranteed to be between the 30th and 70th percentiles (in the middle 4 deciles).

### Investment management

**portfolio managementasset managementinvestment manager**

The specialist performance measurement firms calculate quartile and decile data and close attention would be paid to the (percentile) ranking of any fund.

### Devonport, New Zealand

**DevonportSt Leo's SchoolDevonport, Auckland**

The decile 10 school plays host to students from year 0 to 6 and usually has 2 classes for each year group.

### Seven-number summary

**Bowley's seven-figure summaryseven-figure summary**

Arthur Bowley used a set of non-parametric statistics, called a "seven-figure summary", including the extremes, deciles and quartiles, along with the median.

### 1902 in Australia

**1902**

As a culmination of the Federation Drought, this was by raw totals the driest calendar year averaged over Australia since 1890 with only 314.46 mm (though by area-averaged mean decile it was only tenth driest).

### Goods and Services Tax (Singapore)

**GSTGoods and Services TaxGoods & Services Tax**

From 2006 to 2010, the second bottom decile of Singaporean households (ranked by income from work) received transfers (net of all taxes paid) amounting to 23% of their income, the 5th decile received transfers that netted off taxes paid, while the effective tax rate for the top decile was 11%.

### Avonhead

The school has typically between 500 and 600 students and is a decile 7 school.

### Exploratory data analysis

**explorative data analysisexploratorydata analysis**

Arthur Lyon Bowley used precursors of the stemplot and five-number summary (Bowley actually used a "seven-figure summary", including the extremes, deciles and quartiles, along with the median - see his Elementary Manual of Statistics (3rd edn., 1920), p. 62 – he defines "the maximum and minimum, median, quartiles and two deciles" as the "seven positions").

### Economy of Australia

**Australian economyAustraliaAustralia's GDP**

The wealth share by Australia's top decile was 51.1% in 2000, 50.7% in 2007, and 51.1% in 2014.

### Hosmer–Lemeshow test

The Hosmer–Lemeshow test specifically identifies subgroups as the deciles of fitted risk values.