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Quantify

To express economic, market or other research directly in terms of mathematical data. Quantitative factors include facts such a P/E ratios, GDP growth, and other data that are objectively measurable. See also: Qualitative research.
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During the Summit, delegates from Rockwell cited Quantify IP's research data in a presentation.
Quantify IP's experienced team will be represented by Sujit Kumar, Business Development Manager, Marie Vondersonne, Product Specialist Global IP Estimator, Jacqueline Simon, Product Specialist Portfolio Estimator, and Rebekah Merrifield, Product Specialist Global IP Directory.
The next step was to quantify the effect of IQ on potential earnings by an individual over the course of a lifetime, which must take into account both the direct effect of cognitive ability on earning potential and its indirect effects on schooling and employment.
She would argue, and I would agree, that if it's not quantifiable, it's probably even more potentially catastrophic than anything you can quantify," Mandel said.
Just because the boss reads about Decision Theory and modeling, he expects his sales and marketing manager to quantify variables, measure options, build models and grow decision trees.
The meticulously planned and scalable software solutions provided by Quantify IP were available to the new attendees and other global IP professionals who made their visit to the AIPLA's conference.
Fortunately, new tools are available that enhance retention decisions by improving the ability to quantify the benefits of insurance protection.
Through studies of large groups exposed to radiation, epidemiologists try to quantify the relationship between doses received and resulting carcinogenic effects.