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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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A liquid chromatography--tandem mass spectrometry multiresidue method for quantification of specific metabolites of organophosphorus pesticides, synthetic pyrethroids, selected herbicides, and DEET in human urine.
A couple of added features are given for some instruments but not others; for instance, the relative quantification software standard on the Stratagene Mx4000 and Mx3000p was not noted.
Quantification of the tax return-risk-reputation tradeoff is necessary to set the company's position and tax strategies, as well as understanding the company's current tax return-risk-reputation tradeoff and monitoring the tradeoff in the future.
The LightCycler GMO Soya and GMO Maize quantification kits enable the quantitative detection of Roundup Ready Soya and genetically modified Bt-176.
The contribution of organizational infrastructure to the company's product growth is, as argued above, a quantification of management's capabilities and execution success.
3], with a viral load below the limits of quantification still the appropriate aim of treatment.
Quantification of skin reactivity to formulate a successful antigen vial for effective immunotherapy is necessary in the management of allergic disease.
La quantification des ceramiques: conditions et protocole.
A provocative article in The New York Review of Books in 1970 had called for quantification as a panacea for a field in methodological confusion;(1) and within a year of Vauchez's study two other major works appeared with the agenda of quantifying not just canonization processes but also the lives of the saints.
Without that fundamental quantification, the secretary points out, there's no way of telling whether we're making any progress in reducing our draw from the river,'' Wodraska said.
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.

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