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concordance

[kən′kȯrd·əns]
(genetics)
Similarity in appearance of members of a twin pair with respect to one or more specific traits.
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The concordance between these online drug interaction programs according to the results of three severity levels of interaction was checked by evaluating each DDI using kappa analysis.
Kappa value <0 is accepted as discordant, whereas 0:01 to 0:20 with weak, between 0:21 to 0:40 with a poor, between 0.41-0.60 moderate, 0.61 to 0.80 with good, while those between 0.81-0.99 with perfect concordance.
The main idea behind the use of concordances is that it emphasizes both deductive and inductive learnings (Koosha and Jafarpour 2006).
Concordance values for tumor pT stage and grade were calculated by comparing initial endoscopic biopsies with available follow-up resections.
Step Three: Finding the lexical term in a Greek-English concordance allows one to look up the word in Frederick W.
Sacca's contribution appears to be largely indebted to Maria Corti's observations in her own edition of Leopardi's text (Tutti gli scritti, inediti, rari e editi, 1809-1810 (Milan: Bompiani, 1972)), which is also one of the sources for the concordance. The strong incentive to imitate and translate that the young Leopardi absorbed from the Jesuit educational system (pp.
Sinclair (1999) proposes a method where 25 concordance lines are randomly selected and each line accounted for in terms of surface (collocations and colligations) and meaning patterns (see Sinclair, 2003).
ALEXANDER THE CORRECTS: The Tormented Genius Whose Cruden's Concordance Unwrote the Bible.
In this investigation, we attempted to determine concordances and correlations between serum LDL-C and various cholesterol indices, and serum apolipoproteins.
The concordance by Hamm and Lessard is no less admirable.
MonoConc Pro Version 2.0, a new addition to the existing quantitative text analysis software programs such as TACT, TEXTANT, and Wordsmith Tools, is a concordance software program for Windows 3.1, 95 or higher, which became available on March 1, 2000.