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  <id value="observation-statistics"/>
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    <lastUpdated value="2020-04-09T21:10:28.568+00:00"/>
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      <h2>StatisticsCode</h2>
            
      <div>
              
        <p>The statistical operation parameter -&quot;statistic&quot; codes.</p>

            
      </div>
            
      <p>This code system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/observation-statistics defines the following codes:</p>
            
      <table class="codes">
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">
                  
            <b>Code</b>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>
                  
            <b>Display</b>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>
                  
            <b>Definition</b>
                
          </td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">average
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-average"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Average</td>
                
          <td>The [mean](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arithmetic_mean) of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">maximum
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-maximum"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Maximum</td>
                
          <td>The [maximum](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximal_element) value of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">minimum
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-minimum"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Minimum</td>
                
          <td>The [minimum](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minimal_element) value of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">count
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-count"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Count</td>
                
          <td>The [number] of valid measurements over the stated period that contributed to the other statistical outputs.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">total-count
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-total-count"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Total Count</td>
                
          <td>The total [number] of valid measurements over the stated period, including observations that were ignored because they did not contain valid result values.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">median
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-median"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Median</td>
                
          <td>The [median](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Median) of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">std-dev
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-std-dev"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Standard Deviation</td>
                
          <td>The [standard deviation](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_deviation) of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">sum
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-sum"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Sum</td>
                
          <td>The [sum](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summation) of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">variance
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-variance"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Variance</td>
                
          <td>The [variance](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variance) of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">20-percent
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-20-percent"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>20th Percentile</td>
                
          <td>The 20th [Percentile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percentile) of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">80-percent
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-80-percent"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>80th Percentile</td>
                
          <td>The 80th [Percentile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percentile) of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">4-lower
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-4-lower"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Lower Quartile</td>
                
          <td>The lower [Quartile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartile) Boundary of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">4-upper
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-4-upper"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Upper Quartile</td>
                
          <td>The upper [Quartile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartile) Boundary of N measurements over the stated period.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">4-dev
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-4-dev"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Quartile Deviation</td>
                
          <td>The difference between the upper and lower [Quartiles](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartile) is called the Interquartile range. (IQR = Q3-Q1) Quartile deviation or Semi-interquartile range is one-half the difference between the first and the third quartiles.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">5-1
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-5-1"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>1st Quintile</td>
                
          <td>The lowest of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">5-2
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-5-2"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>2nd Quintile</td>
                
          <td>The second of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">5-3
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-5-3"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>3rd Quintile</td>
                
          <td>The third of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">5-4
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-5-4"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>4th Quintile</td>
                
          <td>The fourth of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population.</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">skew
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-skew"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Skew</td>
                
          <td>Skewness is a measure of the asymmetry of the probability distribution of a real-valued random variable about its mean. The skewness value can be positive or negative, or even undefined.  Source: [Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skewness).</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">kurtosis
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-kurtosis"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Kurtosis</td>
                
          <td>Kurtosis  is a measure of the &quot;tailedness&quot; of the probability distribution of a real-valued random variable.   Source: [Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurtosis).</td>
              
        </tr>
              
        <tr>
                
          <td style="white-space:nowrap">regression
                  
            <a name="observation-statistics-regression"> </a>
                
          </td>
                
          <td>Regression</td>
                
          <td>Linear regression is an approach for modeling two-dimensional sample points with one independent variable and one dependent variable (conventionally, the x and y coordinates in a Cartesian coordinate system) and finds a linear function (a non-vertical straight line) that, as accurately as possible, predicts the dependent variable values as a function of the independent variables. Source: [Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_linear_regression)  This Statistic code will return both a gradient and an intercept value.</td>
              
        </tr>
            
      </table>
          
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  <concept>
    <code value="average"/>
    <display value="Average"/>
    <definition
                value="The [mean](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arithmetic_mean) of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="maximum"/>
    <display value="Maximum"/>
    <definition
                value="The [maximum](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximal_element) value of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="minimum"/>
    <display value="Minimum"/>
    <definition
                value="The [minimum](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minimal_element) value of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="count"/>
    <display value="Count"/>
    <definition
                value="The [number] of valid measurements over the stated period that contributed to the other statistical outputs."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="total-count"/>
    <display value="Total Count"/>
    <definition
                value="The total [number] of valid measurements over the stated period, including observations that were ignored because they did not contain valid result values."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="median"/>
    <display value="Median"/>
    <definition
                value="The [median](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Median) of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="std-dev"/>
    <display value="Standard Deviation"/>
    <definition
                value="The [standard deviation](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_deviation) of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="sum"/>
    <display value="Sum"/>
    <definition
                value="The [sum](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summation) of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="variance"/>
    <display value="Variance"/>
    <definition
                value="The [variance](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variance) of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="20-percent"/>
    <display value="20th Percentile"/>
    <definition
                value="The 20th [Percentile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percentile) of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="80-percent"/>
    <display value="80th Percentile"/>
    <definition
                value="The 80th [Percentile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percentile) of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="4-lower"/>
    <display value="Lower Quartile"/>
    <definition
                value="The lower [Quartile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartile) Boundary of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="4-upper"/>
    <display value="Upper Quartile"/>
    <definition
                value="The upper [Quartile](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartile) Boundary of N measurements over the stated period."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="4-dev"/>
    <display value="Quartile Deviation"/>
    <definition
                value="The difference between the upper and lower [Quartiles](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartile) is called the Interquartile range. (IQR = Q3-Q1) Quartile deviation or Semi-interquartile range is one-half the difference between the first and the third quartiles."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="5-1"/>
    <display value="1st Quintile"/>
    <definition
                value="The lowest of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="5-2"/>
    <display value="2nd Quintile"/>
    <definition
                value="The second of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="5-3"/>
    <display value="3rd Quintile"/>
    <definition
                value="The third of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="5-4"/>
    <display value="4th Quintile"/>
    <definition
                value="The fourth of four values that divide the N measurements into a frequency distribution of five classes with each containing one fifth of the total population."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="skew"/>
    <display value="Skew"/>
    <definition
                value="Skewness is a measure of the asymmetry of the probability distribution of a real-valued random variable about its mean. The skewness value can be positive or negative, or even undefined.  Source: [Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skewness)."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="kurtosis"/>
    <display value="Kurtosis"/>
    <definition
                value="Kurtosis  is a measure of the &quot;tailedness&quot; of the probability distribution of a real-valued random variable.   Source: [Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurtosis)."/>
  </concept>
  <concept>
    <code value="regression"/>
    <display value="Regression"/>
    <definition
                value="Linear regression is an approach for modeling two-dimensional sample points with one independent variable and one dependent variable (conventionally, the x and y coordinates in a Cartesian coordinate system) and finds a linear function (a non-vertical straight line) that, as accurately as possible, predicts the dependent variable values as a function of the independent variables. Source: [Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_linear_regression)  This Statistic code will return both a gradient and an intercept value."/>
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