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Metric or metrical may refer to:
- Metric (mathematics), an abstraction of the notion of distance in a metric space
- Metric tensor, in differential geometry, the distance structure on a manifold
- Metric tensor (general relativity), the fundamental object of study in general relativity similar to the gravitational field in Newtonian physics
- The metric system of measurement
- The International System of Units, or Système International (SI) is also known as "metric system"
- METRIC, a model that uses Landsat satellite data to compute and map evapotranspiration (ET) in climatology/meteorology
- Metrics (networking), set of properties of a communication path
- Router metrics, used by a router to make routing decisions
- Software metric, a measure of some property of a piece of software or its specifications
- Reuse metrics, a quantitative indicator of an attribute for software reuse and reusability
- Metric (band), a Canadian indie rock band
- Performance metric, a measure of an organization's activities and performance
- Font metrics, a group of properties describing a font
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