Abbreviations (1/8) - Grouped by first letter "o"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "o": Obesity, Obesity rate, Object, ...

The condition of severe overweight where a person has a body mass index (BMI) equal to or greater than 30.
The proportion of the total population (or of a subgroup based on gender, age, etc.) with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or above.

Everything that can be perceived or conceived.
Combination of variables that can be used in the identification of units, but which are not used as object identifier.
Set of ideas, abstractions, or things in the real world that can be identified with explicit boundaries and meaning and whose properties and behavior follow ...
An object class term is a part of the name of an administered item which represents the object class to which it belongs; e.g., "employee"

In database technology, the object identifier is the name for a variable or a combination of variables that satisfy the following requirements: - the value ...
A model that is used to compare, integrate and develop quality frameworks, is used to assure the quality of objects the user of the model selects and is ...
Purpose for which information is required, stated within the context of the program, research problem or hypotheses that gave rise to the need for ...
Burden referring directly to the actual cost of completing questionnaires by respondents; subjective burden reflects their perception.
A formulation of a desired situation describing the desired results or effects as defined in the mission of the organisation.
An attribute confirming that statistics are developed, produced and disseminated in a systematic, reliable and unbiased manner. It implies the use of ...
Monetary amounts for orders placed, contracts awarded, services received and similar transactions during a given period, regardless of when the funds were ...
The PRODCOM List includes around 6000 headings of which around 5000 are obligatory. Some of the obligatory Headings, A Headings, are broken down to optional ...
An individual price, or one of a number of individual prices, collected for an item at an outlet.
Observation errors are components of non-sampling error and are generated during the data collection process. They may occur because the question is wrongly ...
Observation, at a time series break period, that was calculated using the old methodology.
Register established at some stage of execution of a statistical survey and serving either as a basis for aggregation and estimation procedures producing ...
Information on the quality of a value or an unusual or missing value.
Identifiable entity about which data can be obtained and for which data is recorded. It should be noted that this may, or may not be, the same as the ...
Value of a particular variable.
A simplification of the information which can be expressed e.g. only as a direction ("increase", "stability", "decrease") in trend assessment methods, or as ...
"Observed price" means a price actually confirmed by the Member States
Respondent units for the final estimates.
"Measuring Capital Manual 2009" Loss in value of existing capital because it is no longer technologically suited to economic conditions or because ...
Tourism Statistics Pocketbook: The occupancy rate is calculated as follows: (Total nights of residents and non-residents of hotels and similar ...
This provides information on whether dwellings are occupied by usual residents, used as a second home or for seasonal/holiday purposes and not on the ...
Kind of work done in a job as defined by the main tasks and duties performed.
Accidents at work and commuting accidents : The victim's occupation at the time of the accident is classified according to a short version (2 digit level) ...
The EODS Phase 1 covers incidence data for the reference year (first reference year : 2001) and prevalent cases leading to the death of the victim in the ...
The occupational groups are derived from ISCO: - Managers and professionals (ISCO 1 and 2) - Technicians and associate professionals(ISCO 3) - Clerks, ...
Access to such plans is linked to an employment or professional relationship between the plan member and the entity that establishes the plan (the plan ...
Occupied conventional dwellings are dwellings which are the principal usual residence of at least one person.
In order to be classified as occupied - i.e. either employed or self-employed - the person must be engaged in an activity that falls within the production ...
A paid post within the organisation to which an employee has been assigned.
Compares the degree of advantage/ disadvantage of particular groups with regard to a variable. Odds ratios show the ratio of entry/exit rate to the ...
Ozone-depleting substance
Classification developed in the framework of the Frascati Manual and used to classify R&D units and resources by fields of enquiry, namely, broad knowledge ...
The artificial currency unit in which the PPPs (Purchasing power parities) and real expenditures for the OECD are expressed – namely, US dollars at ...
The price a potential buyer says he will be willing to pay for the property.
The prices that sellers display as the prices at which they are prepared to sell their products. The prices of products as quoted in the seller’s price ...
Flows of official financing administered with the promotion of the economic development and welfare of developing countries as the main objective, and which ...
Loans with a maturity of over one year meeting the criteria set out in the definition of ODA, provided by governments or official agencies and for which ...
A nonmonetary financial intermediary controlled by the public sector. It primarily engages in making long-term loans that are beyond the capacity or ...
Total official flows to developing countries excluding (1) officially supported export credits, (2) official support for private export credits (both are ...
Official Sources n.i.e. cover official sources and include:
(a) sources that measure activities of the official sectors and (b) sources that are by-products ...
Any statistical activity carried out within a national statistical system, or under the statistical programme of an intergovernmental organization.
Loans or credits to finance the export of goods and services for which an official export credit agency in the creditor country provides guarantees, ...
In balance of payments accounts, the residency of so called offshore enterprises is attributed to the economies in which they are located without regard to ...
Countries or jurisdictions with financial centers that contain financial institutions that deal primarily with nonresidents and/or in foreign currency on a ...

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