# Definitions for weightingweight·ing

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1. weight, weightingnoun

(statistics) a coefficient assigned to elements of a frequency distribution in order to represent their relative importance

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1. weightingnoun

weights.

Higher weighting was assigned to data from double-blind studies.

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1. Weighting

The process of weighting involves emphasizing the contribution of particular aspects of a phenomenon (or of a set of data) over others to an outcome or result; thereby highlighting those aspects in comparison to others in the analysis. That is, rather than each variable in the data set contributing equally to the final result, some of the data is adjusted to make a greater contribution than others. This is analogous to the practice of adding (extra) weight to one side of a pair of scales in order to favour either the buyer or seller. While weighting may be applied to a set of data, such as epidemiological data, it is more commonly applied to measurements of light, heat, sound, gamma radiation, and in fact any stimulus that is spread over a spectrum of frequencies.

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1. weighting

Weighting is a process or method used to assign different levels of importance to certain data or information. It involves assigning weights or values to different elements to reflect their significance or relevance in relation to other elements in the data set, mathematical function, analysis etc. The goal is to influence the overall result or conclusion by giving more emphasis to certain aspects.

1. Weighting

of Weight

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1. Weighting

The process of weighting involves emphasizing the contribution of some aspects of a phenomenon to a final effect or result, giving them more weight in the analysis. That is, rather than each variable in the data contributing equally to the final result, some data are adjusted to contribute more than others. It is analogous to the practice of adding extra weight to one side of a pair of scales to favour a buyer or seller. While weighting may be applied to a set of data, such as epidemiological data, it is more commonly applied to measurements of light, heat, sound, gamma radiation, in fact any stimulus that is spread over a spectrum of frequencies.

### Numerology

1. Chaldean Numerology

The numerical value of weighting in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

2. Pythagorean Numerology

The numerical value of weighting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

### Examples of weighting in a Sentence

1. Without the visibility of where interest rates may peak out, we believe some home buyers are likely to take a wait-and- see attitude, we recommend investors reduce their weighting to Hong Kong property stocks.

2. We have a normal weighting on Apple, we like the company, but we think the supply chain could have greater potential.

3. Sterling up and FTSE up does suggest that there's a slight sigh of relief generally, (The UK) is quite defensive, so in trade war times when industrials and tech are getting clobbered, that's not so much of problem for the UK because those sectors are not as big in weighting terms as they are for the Euro zone or the U.S..

4. It's a better contract than a few ago, when its relevance as an oil pricing benchmark was questionable with the bulk of U.S. crude production trapped in the Midwest without adequate delivery, now with all the pipeline extensions and removal of transportation bottlenecks, the contract is a lot more efficient in delivery and should get a higher weighting compared to other crude grades out there.

5. This is the total opposite of 2013 when active UK funds posted large outperformance of the FTSE All Share, performance over both years can be largely explained by active manager's propensity to hold more mid-caps than the market weighting. This served them well in 2013 but has proved a drag in 2014 when it is the blue chips that have outperformed.

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## Translations for weighting

• ponderación
• ważenie
• взвешивание

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