Gartner Accounts Payable Turnover Trend

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Showing smoothed Accounts Payable Turnover of Gartner with missing and latest data points interpolated.
Accounts Payable Turnover10 Years Trend
 Accounts Payable Turnover 

Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  83.20
Geometric Mean  81.49
Coefficient Of Variation  21.56
Mean Deviation  13.78
Median  82.43
Standard Deviation  17.94
Sample Variance  321.73
Range  58.59
R Value (0.31)
Mean Square Error  319.59
R Squared  0.1
Significance  0.32
Slope (1.55)
Total Sum of Squares  3,539

Gartner Accounts Payable Turnover Over Time

2016-12-31  67.18 
2017-12-31  67.18 
2018-12-31  82.43 

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