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free-form text

Words and sentences, such as input to a word processor or email program. Since text is already free form, the term is redundant; however, it is used to emphasize its unstructured nature. See free-form database, unstructured data and text mining.
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(2,5) As a result, the Johnson et al (12) study that compared a structured-reporting system against traditional freetext dictation explicitly excluded older radiologists, assuming they would be more entrenched in the practice of prose.
Initial tests consisted of Freetext messages, entity data messages, NAI, and enemy SITEMP graphics were sent to the brigade S2 operations FBCB2 who verified receipt.
This allowed analysts to generate and send Variable Message Formatted data such as graphics, Freetext, and Entity Data Messages from Portable MFWS to selected FBCB2 platforms.
(i) This relationship indicates the join Freetext point type name.
Four researcher-devised items measured the weekly frequency and length of meditation practice undertaken on average over the previous 12 months, other stress reduction activities practiced by respondents (freetext option), and the self-reported efficacy of such activities, categorised.
It is also possible to perform a "freetext" search through all extant entries for a particular key term, in which case users are not circumscribed by the tags that The Orlando Project provides.
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[5] Aust:II, Sino FreeText Search EngineMowbrayA Sino Source Code page AustLII Web Page http://www.austlii.edu.au/techlib/software/sino/ (visited 15 April 2009)