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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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Experienced users will know how to apply forecasting and modelling software to the numeric data provided to generate highly detailed and discrete business planning models.
It is a branch of mathematics which evaluates numeric data.
Most of the previous work in this area use numeric data as embedding domain for watermark insertion.
To create sparklines, you need a range of numeric data to be plotted and a second range for the sparklines.
All numeric data and value entries are made through on-screen calculator type interfaces.
Not only did we author numerous articles to raise public awareness, but we also initiated various internal projects to further the possibilities of developing a new extraction method that would not only dissolve today's flux residues, but also produce numeric data far superior to frequently used ion chromatography and ionic contamination.
The best paper award went to William Eberle and Lawrence Holder for "Discovering Anomalies to Multiple Normative Patterns in Structural and Numeric Data," the best student paper to Zsolt Kira for "Mapping Grounded Object Properties across Perceptually Heterogeneous Embodiments," and the best poster award to Rene Alejandro Venegas for "Towards a Method for Assessing Summaries in Spanish Using LSA.
As a result, he's earned a rebuke from the guardian of the integrity of the nation's numeric data, the UK Statistics Authority, for his political meddling in matters that are the proper province of the professional statisticians.
0 also ensure that users will notice a performance boost, especially for data warehousing environments and when querying for result sets with large quantities of numeric data.
Overall, there are 25 tables and 63 maps or charts provided to illustrate the surprisingly large amount of numeric data provided.
This basic formula works well when returns are quantitative and based on hard numeric data.
Procedures for data collection, analysis, and integration now include more statistical calculations for reports and graphs and more comprehensive filtering for numeric data.