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Replicate

To duplicate, copy, or repeat; to reproduce in the likeness of the original.
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The Code of Conduct as it appears in the Recommended Practice consists of guidelines intended to support the focus on transparency, replicability, and accuracy.
This episode, which embodies Nina's two greatest threats of sexual compromise and replicability, has a new hallucinatory quality.
We close our results section with Nathan's quote because he raises a number of critical issues about the usefulness of our data and about bringing replicability and aggregation into our data-supported research (or bringing the R&A into the D).
Editors' introduction to the special section on replicability in psychological science: A crisis of confidence?
Concepts will be reviewed, in a rigorous three-part process, by a panel of environmental advocates and science educators who will judge teams based on their research, analysis, and the replicability of the solution.
The winning cities were selected based on four criteria: vision, ability to implement, potential for impact, and potential for replicability.
Transparency and replicability are paramount to sound measurement.
In spite of this, since the first experiments of physical anthropology, craniology, phrenology, physiognomics, and anthropometry, what was operative in their systems of classification were measurable visual marks, exteriority or physical characteristics (bones, skulls, blood vessels, genitals, brains, blood quantum) which heuristic measurement was secured by the replicability, certainty and universality of experiments, data-extractions, gauges and grids.
In December, the jury will announce a shortlist of three finalists per category based on criteria such as design and innovation, scope, results, replicability and risk.
Various processing parameters were studied in terms of their influence on the replicability of IR-assisted embossed plates: roller temperature, embossing pressure, and rolling speed.
Eighty-one per cent felt that the effects on business results should be measured where possible, 92 per cent felt social media measurement should be manda- tory, and 86 per cent believed that transparency and replicability were vital for proper, sound measurement.
The Jack KempAwards are given to workforce housing developments that represent outstanding achievements in financing, construction methodologies, public/private partnerships, and replicability to achieve workforce housing affordability.