In epidemiology, data or facts about a population is called denominator data. Denominator data are independent of any specific disease or condition. This name is given because in mathematical models of disease, diseasespecific data such as the incidence of disease in a population, the susceptibility of the population to a specific condition, the disease resistance, etc. diseasespecific variables are expressed as their proportion of some attribute of the general population, and hence appear as the numerator of the fraction or percentage being calculated, general data about the population typically appearing in the denominator; hence the term denominator data.
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