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  • variabiliteit
    • (GWIT) variability, variance
    • (Van Dale) variability; flexibility
    • (JurLex) variability1)
    • (IATE) variability2)
    • variabiliteitsindicator = variability indicator

1. The fact or quality of being different, divergent, or inconsistent.
1.1 The state or fact of disagreeing or quarrelling.
1.2 mainly Law: A discrepancy between two statements or documents.
1.3 Statistics: A quantity equal to the square of the standard deviation.
2.2 US Law: An official dispensation from a rule or regulation, typically a building regulation.

Lack of consistency or fixed pattern; liability to vary or change:

a great deal of variability in quality
seasonal variability in water levels
our results showed substantial variabilities in laboratory practices


biologische variabiliteit = biological variability
variability: IATE: Definition: the variation in the numerical magnitude of quantities. Definition reference: EOQC
wordbook/terms/variabiliteit.txt · Last modified: 2020/12/10 18:11 (external edit)