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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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Although all of the methods described above have been analogous to current clinical assays, both groups have also worked in parallel on disease-specific immunoglobulin quantification using peptides from the variable region of the monoclonal immunoglobulin secreted by MM tumor cells (6, 9).
The authors also cover optimization as it relates to reaction efficiency and relative versus absolute quantification.
In general, tax risk quantification may involve considerations such as the following:
The major disadvantages of prick testing are the lack of standardization and the lack of quantification.
Imperial officials acknowledged they don't want the quantification issue to stand in the way of the San Diego transfer.
Measurement, Quantification and Economic Analysis compiles twenty-four papers, most of which appear for the first time, which relate to the roles of measurement and quantification in the development of economic theory; neoclassical economics is emphasized.
One of the first organizations to recognize the importance of quantification was the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, which insisted on standardization of data retrieval systems.
Since 1946, Ruth Barcan Marcus has developed and defended a view of logic and language, particularly substitutional quantification and the logic of modalities, that many of those concerned with such matters have been convinced, largely by Quine, was incoherent and founded on a mistake.
Mulazimoglu, recently determined there's a relationship between density and the true hydrogen values that allow good quantification of hydrogen in a long freezing range alloy (356.
Bias may be present (a) in the job analysis phase; (b) through the particular choice, definition and anchoring of the compensatory factors; (c) during the evaluation of the jobs against the retained factors; and (d) because of the quantification and weighting of the raw factor scores (i.
Result of operations disclosures should include appropriate identification and quantification of material changes (40, 41) and known (43, 44) and anticipated (46, 47) trends necessary to understand changes in sales, revenues or income.
These tools today include: Double Stain IHC, CISH and RNA-ISH quantification, amyloid plaque measurement, muscle fiber analysis, steatosis and adipose quantification, pancreatic islet analysis, microglial activation, axon quantification, and object-based and cell-based Immunofluorescence.

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