Deviation may refer to:

  • Deviation (statistics), the difference between the value of an observation and the mean of the population in mathematics and statistics
    • Standard deviation, which is based on the square of the difference
    • Absolute deviation, where the absolute value of the difference is used
  • Frequency deviation, the maximum allowed "distance" in FM radio from the nominal frequency a station broadcasts at
  • Magnetic deviation, the error induced in compasses by local magnetic fields
  • Deviation (law) is a departure from a contract or a ship's course, thus breaching the contract
  • Deviationism, an expressed belief which is not in accordance with official party doctrine
  • Deviation Records, a record label
  • Deviant behavior, a behavior that is a recognized violation of social norms
  • Deviation (Jayne County album), 1995
  • Deviation (Béla Fleck album), 1984
  • Deviate (Kill II This album), 1998
  • Deviation (film), a 2006 short film

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Dargans Deviation 1897
... The Dargans Deviation was a section of the original line over the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia ... the construction of the Ten Tunnels Deviation, it was abandoned ...
Carora Cattle - Phenotype
... in 244 days with a standard deviation of 1062 kg ... length was 267 days with a standard deviation of 64 ... Age at first calving was 37.5 months with a standard deviation of 6.6 ...
Sample Standard Deviation - See Also
... precision Chebyshev's inequality An inequality on location and scale parameters Cumulant Deviation (statistics) Distance correlation Distance standard deviation Error bar Geometric ...
Sample Standard Deviation - Relationship Between Standard Deviation and Mean
... The mean and the standard deviation of a set of data are descriptive statistics usually reported together ... In a certain sense, the standard deviation is a "natural" measure of statistical dispersion if the center of the data is measured about the mean ... This is because the standard deviation from the mean is smaller than from any other point ...