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the separation of a whole into its parts for study

a close or systematic study

Synonyms for analysis

a form of literary criticism in which the structure of a piece of writing is analyzed

the use of closed-class words instead of inflections: e

a branch of mathematics involving calculus and the theory of limits

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When utilizing big data, it is a common practice to perform multifaceted analyses on combinations of diverse, heterogeneous data in order to discover and analyze hidden causal relationships (influences) that are undetectable from a single data set.
The study protocol developed before the searching started needs to include the selection criteria (inclusion and exclusion) that define which articles are to be included in the analyses. By predefining and adhering to the selection criteria, bias in choosing studies for inclusion is minimized.
Ernhart is particularly concerned about our analyses for children with "very low" lead exposure (Lanphear et al.
In fact, the ability to compare performance history on a particular machine position is "probably the most important role traditional laboratory analyses provide," according to John Hawes, vice president technology, pressing, for Albany International.
This has led to a substantial decrease in analyses times and has further satisfied stringent product specifications while contributing to marked productivity gains.
We run analyses with our 3D simulation on parts ranging from screwdriver handles to small connectors," Carobus says.
Readers need not get caught up in more-complicated analyses, such as significance testing, effect sizes, and even regression--statistical methods that Raymond and Hanushek criticize us for not using.
In the past, we have struggled first to apply the powerful and persuasive tools of class analysis to historicize race and gender, and in turn to persuade other scholars that class analyses failing to account for racial and gender formation remained impoverished and inadequate.
To commemorate the 90th anniversary of the National Career Development Association and to anticipate its centennial, this special issue presents 9 analyses of the career counseling profession's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT).
DecisionSite's Guided Analytic(tm) applications provide an interactive visual environment for interpreting, capturing and sharing analyses of large amounts of data from disparate sources.
This article will explain how you can turn Excel into a financial detective by using Benford's Law and customize Excel programs to perform sophisticated digital analyses that can uncover errors and fraud.
In summary, these representative analyses indicate that BEB is unstable for an infinite-node model, and for a finite-node model it is stable if the system arrival rate is small enough but unstable if the arrival rate is too large.
Abaqus/CAE is a visualization product used to build Abaqus models, launch and monitor analyses, and evaluate results.
As examples of their findings, the authors present excerpts from those statements that best illustrate the two elements reviewed (statement 19 as the highest amount of lack of conviction; statement 17 as the most extraneous information; and statement 20 as accurate and complete, containing neither lack of conviction nor extraneous information); the accident reconstructions (what the accident investigations and analyses revealed to Lieutenant Tooke); the statement analyses (what Special Agent Klopf found by examining the statements); and the determinations made regarding the accuracy and completeness of the statements.
That is, the entire case is not thrown out of subsequent analysis due to missing data for one or more variables but simply for the analyses of the variables for which missing data are observed.
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