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Replicate

To duplicate, copy, or repeat; to reproduce in the likeness of the original.
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For this reason, it is possible some ACEEL studies using content analysis and/or Delphi study methods lack consistency, transparency, replicability, rigor, and integrity.
Table 2 shows the results for the variables of time domain: RR, SDNN, and HR in the intraclass correlation (ICC) and replicability classification.
The Berekuso Impact Study needed a survey sampling method that could be replicated over time that reflected operational consistency and reliability, and demonstrated good scientific replicability. The team was up to the challenge and An Adaptive Household Sampling Method for Rural African Communities is the first publication from this longitudinal research effort.
Working in close collaboration with the World Economic Forum to identify promising projects in each region, an internal selection committee consisting of designated Abraaj teams from each of the Group's operating regions (Latin America, Middle East and North Africa, South East Asia, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Turkey and Central Asia), eventually chose nine projects, using quality, efficiency, sustainability, scale of impact, consistency of measurement, and replicability of the project as its key judging criteria.
In this exchange, Kelly seems to suggest that the need to adapt tutoring strategies to different kinds of learners is unique, and because of that, the complexity of the writing center as a research site disallows replicability or aggregability.
As in modern genetic studies, where a discovery-and-replication-sample design is standard, the use of two samples allowed testing the replicability and robustness of findings within one-and-the-same study.
Macchi's art embraces the fragmentation of what can be spoken as a defense against the looming specter of its own replicability.
Applying these principles will help to ensure that the Rapid Learning projects have the best chance of success, and that the "rapid" approach achieves real excellence in terms of cost effectiveness, bottom line impact, replicability, audience uptake and so much more.
Thus, the purpose of this proposed study is to explore the use of a propensity score model that uses a genetic matching algorithm to evaluate the replicability of limited first-year findings, using as participants a new cohort of students who participated in the second year of the program.
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. The five winning ideas highlight the diverse array of complex and common challenges facing cities.