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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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Focus on the quantifiable, but keep a list of the intangibles.
49 mg/AC Z axis guarantees predictable and quantifiable performance across full temperature range, 2 mg/LSB resolution with a 13-bit on-chip A/D converter enables measurement of inclination changes less than 1.
6 calibrator interval, ng/L (b) Quantifiable 2500-0.
Mistakenly following the quantifiable path not only gives you white bread products, it can give you iDrive when what you really want is an iPod.
If you've established clear, quantifiable goals, answering that question is relatively straightforward.
INPUT is the quantifiable leader in government market intelligence.
The finite-element simulation, called Black Box, is claimed to be the industry's first product that provides pharmaceutical packaging companies quantifiable projections of finished blister thickness at multiple points within each cavity, as well as corresponding barrier performance for each cavity.
Some believe work/life programs are not only expensive, feel-good initiatives with little quantifiable return, but also unworkable.
Financial/Operational Improvement -- Demonstrated a quantifiable change to improve the efficiency, cost structure, or revenue generation of the organization.
This delay is not the quantifiable time of the scientific experiment, nor the collectively determined time of Clark's seances, but an immeasurable experience determined by one's own physicality that is as unique as each person's recovery from a trip to a distant time zone.