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Metric

A standard unit of measurement, such as the price to earnings ratio.
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This metric ensures that there is dedicated time for innovation activities.
Commodity-wise handling in metric tons is given below:
In 12 months of last financial year about 94,165 metric tons of the above mentioned commodities imported as against 99,760 metric tons of the same period of last year.
Meanwhile, imports of the dry fruits and nuts decreased by 86.17 percent as about 6102 metric tons of dry fruits and nuts worth US$ 8.858 million imported as compared the import of 47,939 metric tons valuing US$ 64.049 million of same period of last year.
target of 649,000 metric tons whereas a target of 3,037,000 metric tons had been fixed for Gujranwala Division by cultivating wheat
About 421,313 metric tons of plastic material valuing US$ 552.566 million imported, which was recorded at 366,634 metric tons costing US$ 557.817 million during same period of last year.
The Metrics Toolkit is available online and allows users to browse and explore metrics or choose specific metrics to learn more about.
The top three chicken producers cornered 63.70% of the country's total production of 439,956 metric tons.
The ARMMs seaweeds production accounts for 43.66% of the country's total with 1,404,519.23 metric tons.
Avoid creating complex CX metrics. Any metric that you use should be easy to understand.
Quality metrics have been widely used in the pharma industry to monitor quality systems, operational processes, and to promote continuous improvement initiatives in drug manufacturing.
To overcome above-mentioned shortcoming in Zhou's metric and Yi's metrics, Wu proposed a novel method to measure complexities of UML class diagrams (abbreviated as UMLDMCN) based on data mining and complex networks.