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an item of factual information derived from measurement or research

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Custom Icon Support, enabling software developers to draw application-specific icons to represent data points within XY graphs and timelines.
The company's flagship product, Rapid Responder, runs on laptop computers and allows first responders to instantly access more than 300 site-specific data points, including tactical plans, geospatial (GIS) information, floor plans, interior and exterior photos, staging areas, hazardous materials locations, utility shut-offs, and evacuation routes for virtually any facility.
The company's flagship product, Rapid Responder, runs on laptop computers and allows first responders to instantly access more than 300 site-specific data points, including tactical plans, floor plans, satellite and geospatial imagery, interior, and exterior photos, staging areas, hazardous materials locations, utility shut-offs, and evacuation routes for virtually any facility.
It allows our search specialists to execute advanced optimization strategies based upon the quantitative analysis of over 100,000 crucial data points.
We aim for 3 to 4 data points for each table, and no secondary data point will be used without written permission from the original source, which not only verifies the quality, but also provides the integrity to use the data.
In order to detect, measure and mitigate data-quality issues, it is important to understand the lending process being used and how data points are impacted by each step.
Over the years, Kyzen's labs have conducted extensive test protocols, collecting tens of thousands of data points from legacy IT systems spread throughout the company's global operations.
The problem is there are thousands of different gages measuring everything from assembly gaps to stamping accuracy, and often those measures are reported in a proprietary format, which means OEM and Tier 1 engineering departments must translate the data points into single, common sets of values that can be understood by all facets of the organizations.
The database already includes crucial market data points such as recent sales, building square footage, age of the property and zoning.
This means they must take into account not only specific data points, but also the relationships between those data points, and the changes in data flow and structure over time.
Tap into a broad range of more than 2,000 data points from Meredith's 87 million consumer database,
The data points in an integrated toxicogenomics experiment with microarray, proteomics, and metabolomics data are virtually innumerable.
Engineered for fast, accurate 3D digitizing of parts as small as fasteners and logo medallions and as large as a vehicle, the VIVID 910 Non-contact Scanner can capture 307,200 surface geometry data points and the same number of color texture data points in just 2.
Those data points, spaced an average of 90 m apart, cover a swath that stretches from the latitude of Seward, Alaska, and St.