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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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The process of quantifying tax risk both in monetary and reputational terms is far from trivial.
Identifying and quantifying the costs to obtain and implement the LIMS is usually more straightforward than the benefit analysis.
The model we described here provides but 1 approach for estimating foodborne illness and quantifying estimate uncertainty.
The ASTM published a report in 1984 quantifying the typical variations that occur in tensile testing, but, while the work included many different metals, no cast irons were evaluated.
the proposed study will focus on cataloguing and quantifying outputs, outcomes and impacts from the irish research council incorporating its predecessors the irchss and the ircset.
Mill representatives visited the Johnson Research Center and were initially focused on quantifying the potential improvements in drying capacity and profile uniformity from the installation of stationary syphons and Turbulator bars.
Quantifying the intrinsic transmission dynamics of tuberculosis.
Additionally, what does this mean in terms of quantifying risk of an adverse effect or in identifying susceptible groups, or even in terms of identifying early disease stages?
Ultimately, though, managing the value of the firm is possible only for firms that make the value of future business visible by quantifying its magnitude, by estimating its sensitivity to factors such as changes in interest rates, and by estimating the impact of different corporate strategies on the overall value of the firm.
NIST researchers are quantifying the effects of variables such as microscope lens aberrations, vibration and sample properties on the accuracy of the thickness measurement and are searching for the optimal imaging conditions.
On the other hand, the thought and effort that must go into quantifying those answers and integrating them into financial models mean that strategic and marketing assumptions will be examined and new management insight will be developed in regards to the attractiveness of the project.