I'm not completely sure if this is the correct place to ask this, but let's try. Many thanks in advance.
I would like to invent a term for an average per equal amount of (sorted) data. With that I mean the average for the first N number of measurements, and then the average of the next N measurements, and so on. If it's not entirely clear what I mean by this, that's not such a problem.
So I'm looking for an adjective to specify the average that is derived from Latin. Something analogous to equidistant or equipotential. But with the part after "equi-" refering to the amount or number (in "equal amount of data/number of datapoints"). Does something like that exist?
Alternatively, if it doesn't, I would like to invent something. But not being a Latin expert, I don't really know which Latin word would fit best, and I'm not sure if I combine them correctly.
Some ideas I had had for the second part:
- "copia". This could then become "equicopian"? Or …?
- "quantitas". I don't really know how this would be used.
- "continent". As in containing, cfr. "equidistant". This would become "equicontinent".
Perhaps greek might be better, using "iso-"? Perhaps
- "mer" . This would become "isonomerous". This exists in biology, so it might be confusing.
- "posotis". Would become "isoposotic"
EDIT: To be more precise, I should say that my data consists of a variable y which is dependent on a variable x. I want to order my data according to x, and then take the average (as explained above) of y.