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Synonyms for data

that which is known about a specific subject or situation

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a collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn

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Linear regression models of the form below were fit to the discrete data of the DOE experiment in Part I using a least squares procedure.
Bottomline is answering this call by providing solutions that streamline patient, revenue and financial processes by making it easier for facilities to capture and move decision critical discrete data anywhere in the enterprise.
Integration into the EHR of physician schedules, patient demographics, document templates and discrete data broadens the power of dictation.
Available on-premises and in the cloud, OpenText EIM solutions include managed cloud services, subscription pricing, private, public and hybrid-cloud hosting models in local, secure and discrete data zones.
This solution provides a discrete data centre and network across all locations and various platforms designed to reduce power consumption and consolidate data storage.
Introduces a number of important generalizations of SEMs, including multilevel and mixture SEMs, latent curve models and longitudinal SEMs, semiparametric SEMs and those with various types of discrete data, and nonparametric structural equations.
Since results are passed as discrete data, they can be cited into an encounter note and be captured and tracked within customized flowsheets,"said Dr.
The FHIR methodology is dependent on the existence of a number of discrete data structure definitions called %resources%.
Patients can merge the discrete data with compatible medical device, home healthcare and mobile application data to create a broader or tailored clinical picture.
Online Registration with EHR Forms - discrete data directly in MacPractice
This has resulted in discrete data islands with no effective relationship between them.
The resulting structured and clinically-encoded output populates the EHR with discrete data, as if typed in directly.
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