Centile reference charts, Advanced Statistics

Centile reference charts: Charts which are used inmedicine to observe the clinical measurements on individual patients in the context of the population values. If the population is centile corresponding to the subject's value is a typical that is far from the 50% value) this might indicate an underlying pathological condition. The chart can also give us the background with which to compare the measurement as it changes over the period of time. An example is given in Figure drawn below.

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