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Antonyms for analyzed

examined carefully and methodically


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Approximately one-half of the students analyzed the case studies individually, and one-half analyzed the cases collaboratively using an online discussion board.
are now having urine samples from other similar agricultural areas analyzed using a confirmatory method, and that AM is no longer being routinely detected.
A listing of any cases having any missing data for the variables being analyzed could be generated.
The most common elements analyzed by XRF include chlorine, bromine, silicon, magnesium, barium, antimony, calcium, titanium, zinc, tin, and iron.
Every month during the past few months these facilities have pooled their patient care data and transmitted them to Formations; the Formations staff has in turn analyzed them, put them into easily understandable numerical ratings and, just recently, transmitted back to each facility a quarterly report comparing its performance against the overall database.
The Urban Ecological Analysis maps ecological features so they can be included in the standard land-use-planning process and analyzed together with the built structures.
Despite an all-out war on cancer over the past 20 years, people are developing malignancies at a higher rate than ever before -- even after accounting for smoking and the fact that people are living longer, a new study finds: These increased rates appear highest in the youngest group analyzed -- "baby boomers" born between 1948 and 1957.
Using such an approach, we analyzed cash compensation--defined as base salary plus annual bonus--for CEOs of "Forbes 500" companies between 1970 and 1988.
in press), we analyzed 14 properly archived samples that were split from samples originally analyzed and reported by Swan et al.
Responses to the semi-structured interview questions were analyzed for prominent themes using the General Inquirer (GI) Computer Content Analysis Program (Stone, et al, 1966).
They used chi-square and other appropriate tests to identify possible predictors of pill-related premenstrual mood change, which were then analyzed in logistic regression analyses that adjusted for clinical characteristics.
They could estimate concentrations by the intensities of the colors compared to those from chemically analyzed standards to within 40-50%.
The number of sperm that can be analyzed will "depend on the extent to which the process can be automated," says Norman Arnheim of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, who led the study.