EVALUATE


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EVALUATE

(programming)
The COBOL85 keyword for a switch statement.
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Upon completion of their teacher education course, undergraduate students were asked to anonymously evaluate the effectiveness of the field-based project.
The objective in this exercise is to try to evaluate these responses separately and independently, and then in combination, as done in a CSR or compression set test; to better understand factors that can affect the final values, in relation to the different responses that are occurring in the tests.
The National Panel is primarily interested in studies that attempt to evaluate the extent to which interventions or approaches have an impact on student outcomes.
There's also a simple version of Evaluate Formula--a way to test a formula before you commit it to a cell: Type a formula in Excel's Formula bar (the space next to fx), for example:
The statistics can be complex, but a regression simply seeks and evaluates cause-and-effect relationships.
During a software analysis exercise, the students evaluate a current version of system software on an aircraft, then determine changes they would like to implement.
To evaluate the accessibility of your Web page, use the WAVE 3.0 Accessibility Tool (n.d.).
Supervisors evaluate the employees working under them annually, which becomes the basis for pay raises and promotions.
Just as an annual checkup enables an individual to receive an evaluation of his/her physical condition, a compliance program assessment (CPA), preferably by an independent consultant, enables healthcare organizations to evaluate the effectiveness of their compliance programs.
GE's Polymer Process Development Center (PPDC) conducted a 12-month study to evaluate eight different approaches geared to reduce sink marks.
Both companies and agencies submit their work for this competition, which is one of the tools used to evaluate creative marketing communications and public relations success in the industry.
Question #1: To what degree is the board willing to test its assumptions, beliefs, and traditions in order to evaluate its own performance?