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numeric data

[nü′mer·ik′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data consisting of digits and not letters of the alphabet or special characters.

numeric data

Quantities and money amounts used in calculations. Contrast with string or character data.
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Sion presented different schemes for numeric data and categorical data [4].
In addition to hard numeric data, they should include important qualitative factors when making their case for EMR implementation.
All numeric data and value entries are made through onscreen calculator type interfaces eliminating the need to scroll through long lists.
The numeric data for spots 13 mm and 26 mm away from the laser -heated spot showed a similar trend with less signal due to the distance between the laser and recording spots.
Maps routinely pack the equivalent of thousands of numeric data points per square inch of display and are incredibly economical in their use of ink--every drop is information-rich.
VorteXML parses complex varying print formats; recognises multiple date and numeric data formats; transforms data with lockup and formula calculations; and re-orders output data sets to meet XML structure data requirements.
Students can easily view and edit text or numeric data, and plot data as pie charts, pictographs, bar charts, scatter plots, histograms and more.
Accepting text and numeric data entered into text boxes or fields
A display simultaneously presents bar graphs, alarm points, numeric data and individual channel trends.
Features include a tilt and swivel control unit on the load frame, easy-to-read backlit liquid crystal display, graphic or numeric display mode and alpha numeric data entry.
15) and may include a combination of numeric and text data such as corporate reports, stock information, pure numeric data such as statistics, or full-text documents (Rowley, 1992).
With numeric data, the goal is to try to collect a sufficient number of specimens that span the reportable range of the test.