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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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First, it should decide whether and how the firm should obtain data and assign resources and responsibility for more accurately measuring high-priority quantifiable risks and tracking them over time.
At Franklin & Marshall, meanwhile, the primary focus of the brand strategy was, Trotter says, "to create a buzz among prospective students and their parents, and to build pride among our alumni by becoming more visible in the marketplace." The tangible, quantifiable goals were:
"Schools of America are so caught up on the desire for quantifiable numbers that they have forgotten that education is only valuable not when it is measurable but [transforming]," says Barry Bradford, history teacher at Adlai Stevenson High School and supervisor of the Mississippi Burning project.
The Veterans Technology Services Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (VETS GWAC) will provide small Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOBs) $5 billion in federal market potential and go a long way in helping agencies meet their executive mandate according to INPUT, 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.
Youths must work harder; be monitored by objective, quantifiable standards; and be sanctioned harshly when they fail to meet those standards.
However, 4 ng/mL was still quantifiable after 8 hr, and DA was still detectable at 24 hr (Figure 2) when compared to the control rat (group 3) plasma at the same 1:10 dilution as the treated rats (groups 1 and 2; p < 0.005).
Some believe work/life programs are not only expensive, feel-good initiatives with little quantifiable return, but also unworkable.
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.
Despite this, quantifiable risks, like credit and market risks, still absorb the most attention among institutions.
In an economic climate where every IT investment is closely scrutinized and companies face increased pressure to do more with less, IT expenditures must be aligned with overall business objectives and tied to quantifiable results.