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tabulate

(of certain corals) having transverse skeletal plates

tabulate

[′tab·yə‚lāt]
(computer science)
To order a set of data into a table form, or to print a set of data as a table, usually indicating differences and totals, or just totals.

tabulate

(1) To arrange data into a columnar format. See tabular data.

(2) To sum a column of numbers.
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Our observations on the Silurian tabulates from Podolia support this opinion.
Thus, in the Silurian favositid corals could have had the highest number of Chaetosalpinx-tolerant species as compared to the rest of tabulates.
Schatzoff [72], Pillai and Gupta [73], Lee [74], and Davis [75] tabulate multiplying factors C to obtain upper percentage points of the distribution of the Wilks's Likelihood Ratio Test Statistic - [n - p - (1/2) (m - r + 1)] logW from the percentage points of the chi-square distribution for multivariate analysis of variance.
Parkhurst and James [79] tabulate zonal polynomials of order 1 through 12 in terms of sums of powers and in terms of elementary symmetric functions.
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After recipients complete and return the questionnaires, Decisive Survey automatically tabulates and graphs the responses for easy presentation and analysis.