coding sheet

coding sheet

[′kōd·iŋ ‚shēt]
(computer science)
A sheet of paper printed with a form on which one can conveniently write a coded program. Also known as coding form.
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A sample qualitative coding sheet has been provided as a box item which would be very helpful to students.
To facilitate searching in the trials register, the studies are coded, using a comprehensive and user-friendly coding sheet.
The coding sheet used by the judges contained a variety of variable measures that provided a detailed and comprehensive examination of the characteristics of political relation strategy and political performance appearing in the news of Web sites.
For complete operational definitions of each, please refer to the coding sheet (Appendix A).
The coding sheet was developed for analysis similar to Capraro, Capraro, and Henson (2001).
DocuLex, the first to introduce automated coding sheet design and recognition, has continued to deliver innovative products and updates to maximize the production imaging experience.
In the past we've always been reimbursed by what I term piecework, where we put all these things down on our coding sheet.
Corse then "codes" each according to certain thematic and formal criteria (the coding sheet is duplicated in an appendix, as are lists of all texts sampled).
Since WWRC was in the process of moving from the use of an in-house program evaluation system to the use of the nationally standardized Functional Independence Measure (FIM), the committee recommended the use of the FIM Follow-up Coding Sheet.
A certified movement analyst (CMA) has graduate level education and training in a variety of clinical areas including observing, recording, and reading movement data using motifs, phrase writing, coding sheets, video and live observation.
Hospitals had 029 keypunch machines, racks of keypunch cards, and reams of coding sheets for correcting errors.
Appendices include CEM reporting forms, pregnancy questionnaires, coding sheets, clinical category dictionaries, drug-drug associations and further web resources.