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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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As the quantified self enters the workplace, leaders must contend with a deluge of data, determining which information is most relevant and useful--and what data-driven responses are in workers' best interests as well as management's.
While research has also examined how the accuracy (Bedard and Biggs 1991) and sufficiency (Anderson and Koonce 1998) of management representations influence auditor judgments, no auditing research that we are aware of manipulates features of the explanation, such as whether it is quantified, that management could use to influence persuasion.
The key is to do so in a way that leads to underlying issues that can be transparently, credibly and insightfully quantified. You can always multiply market size by market share to break down a forecast, but doing so does not always lead to insight.
A major advantage of statistical sampling is that the accuracy of the estimates made from the sample can be quantified.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-1 August 2001-KeyBridge to offer Quantified Systems' reporting tools to clients (C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The concept of substantiality under the substantial part test is not quantified in the Code or related statutes, but is based on facts and circumstances.
To this end, the Directive lays down, inter alia, quantified targets to be achieved by the Member States for recovery and recycling of packaging waste.
That raises another point, which the study neglects: whether the values in question are too subjective to be quantified at all.
There are indeed some problems with the quantified portions of Vauchez's study.
The study focuses on a UG principle that prevents overt pronouns from having quantified NPs as antecedents in languages (such as Japanese) that have null pronouns.
Five of these points can be quantified to an extent, but quality cannot.
The standard was quantified to improve the reliability of tax advice provided by lawyers and to provide an enforceable objective standard.