An aspect or position of two planets, when they are distant from each other a tenth part of the zodiac, or 36°.

One of the values of a variable which divides its distribution into ten groups having equal frequencies, i.e. percentile bands. Drought conditions during El NiÃ±o events, for example, are defined by the predominance of rainfall in the first decile (the lowest 10% band).

Planets 36 degrees apart; minor favorable aspect.

One of ten segments of a distribution that has been divided into tenths. For example, the second-from-the-bottom decile of an income distribution is those whose income exceeds the incomes of from 10% to 20% of the population.

(statistics) any of nine points that divided a distribution of ranked scores into equal intervals where each interval contains one-tenth of the scores

An aspect created between two planets, corollary points, or cusps that has an arc of 36°00'.

A statistical measure dividing a sample into ten numerically equal groups. See also Percentile and Quartile.

A decile is a portion within a whole that has been divided into ten equal parts. For example, the population of issues on the NYSE can be broken into ten deciles according to market capitalisation, each containing the same number of securities.

Minor aspect of 36°. Considered fortunate, also known as semi-quintile.

The division of a sample into ten numerically equal groups.

A mildly benefic aspect with a separation of 36°, also called a semi-quintile; the tenth harmonic.