standardizing, present participle; standardising, present participle; standardizes, 3rd person singular present; standardized, past tense; standardised, past tense; standardised, past participle; standardises, 3rd person singular present; standardized, past participle;
Cause (something) to conform to a standard
the editors failed to standardize the spelling of geographic names
Adopt (something) as one's standard
we could standardize on U.S. equipment
Determine the properties of by comparison with a standard
cause to conform to standard or norm; "The weights and measures were standardized"
evaluate by comparing with a standard
(standardized) exchangeable: capable of replacing or changing places with something else; permitting mutual substitution without loss of function or suitability; "interchangeable electric outlets" "interchangeable parts"
(standardization) the condition in which a standard has been successfully established; "standardization of nuts and bolts had saved industry millions of dollars"
(standardization) calibration: the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument; "the thermometer needed calibration"
In statistics, a standard score indicates how many standard deviations an observation or datum is above or below the mean. It is a dimensionless quantity derived by subtracting the population mean from an individual raw score and then dividing the difference by the population standard deviation. ...
Alternative spelling of standardise
Data is standardized when all the values in the distribution have been transformed to z-scores (see z-scores).
(standardized) A process of preparing a test instrument for use in widely separated locations. The test is standardized so that administration and scoring procedures are the same for all test takers. ...
(Standardized) Made uniform, predictable.
(Standardized) This term is often used interchangeably with norm-referenced. It involves a process of assessing a sample population in order to establish general evaluative criteria. A standardized test evaluates a child using consistent criteria, administration, and scoring.
(Standardized) often used to describe herbal products. Standardization of an herbalproduct means that the product has been processed to guarantee a known minimum level ofone or more of the active herbal ingredients. ...
(standardized) adj. (of a name, object, or definition) having been defined by Common Lisp. ``All standardized variables that are required to hold bidirectional streams have ``-io*'' in their name.''
Standardized assessments are designed to be administered under specific, standard conditions, resulting in a uniformity in testing environments and administration procedures. ...
(Standardization) A consistent set of procedures for designing, administering, and scoring an assessment. The purpose of standardization is to ensure that all individuals are assessed under the same conditions and are not influenced by different conditions.
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(Standardization) a process of equalizing electrode potentials in one standardizing solution (buffer) so that potentials developed in unknown solutions can be converted to pH values.
(standardization) 1. a procedure assuring that a test is administered and scored in a consistent manner. 2. a procedure for establishing test norms by giving a test to large samples of people who are representative of those for whom the test is designed. (44)
(Standardization) A scale transformation procedure that involves manipulating data from different types of scales so that they can then be compared. It consists of subtracting the sample mean from each score and dividing by the standard deviation.
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(STANDARDIZATION) The process of defining and applying the conditions necessary to ensure that a given range of requirements can normally be met, with a minimum of variety, in a reproducible and economic manner based on the best current techniques.
(Standardization) Along with pseudo-individualization, one of the primary characteristics of the products of the culture industry, as formulated by Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno. Standardization refers to a widespread similarity between cultural products. ...
(Standardization) As applied to systems, refers to the application of gain or attenuation as needed to correct the sensitivity of a sensor to the exact nominal (or design) sensitivity. ...
(Standardization) Interchangeability resulting from standardization. Options listed on national exchanges are fungible, while over-the-counter options generally are not. ...
(Standardization) Process of quantifying spot map data in relation to the corresponding standard spot map data