An Indicator is an observed value representative of a phenomenon to study. In general, indicators are quantify information by aggregating different and multiple data. The resulting information is therefore synthesized. In short, indicators simplify information that can help to reveal complex phenomena.

Indicator - A statistic or parameter that provides information on trends in the condition of a phenomenon and has significance extending beyond that associated with the properties of the statistic itself.
Source : Results-Based management Lexicon

Indicator - A quantitative or qualitative measure of performance that is used to demonstrate change, and which details the extent to which results are being or have been achieved. It is referred to as Objectively Verifiable Indicator (OVI) in the logframe.
Source : Glossary Of Results-Based Management (RBM) Terms

-see also:
"Indicator" is in the HS Code "8531"
Electric Sound Or Visual Signalling Apparatus (For Example , Bells, Sirens, Indicator Panels, Burgla

"Indicator" is in the UNSPSC Code "39121534"
Indicator or pilot lights

Ref: 124143/2006-09-19

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Air speed indicator (Air speed indicator refers to an instrument or ...)

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