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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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To successfully disseminate reproducible research practices and the methods by which she has built services around reproducibility, the Librarian for RDM & R has engaged in multiple external collaborations to give reproducibility a wider platform.
An ANOVA model was used to assess the repeatability and reproducibility. It was built with a random subject, a random device, and random interactions between subjects and devices as factors.
For assessment of the longitudinal reproducibility of CMR-derived cardiac parameters at 11.7 T, in this study a group of adult mice were followed for 360 days (postnatal day (PND) 91-PND 451) with a standardized imaging protocol for assessment of changes of cardiac parameters over time and the reproducibility of the imaging protocol.
Reproducibility is often mistakenly understood as a fundamental requirement for validity of a particular scientific assertion.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study to assess the reproducibility of manual platelet counts in patients with platelet counts less than 100 x [10.sup.9]/L.
The inter-session reproducibility was determined using three results obtained during each visit.
Rainey BJ et al28 determine the reliability and reproducibility of Cervical Vertebrae Maturation (CVM) stages assessment amongst orthodontists in training and specialist orthodontists, looking at a sample of consecutive lateral cephalograms taken at Liverpool University Dental Hospital.
Public access to data and code has improved reproducibility in economics research.
Output from such a study produces quantitative measures of repeatability, reproducibility and measurement resolution.
Reproducibility of 20% means a second reading (in a different lab) must be between 24 and 36 sec.
The Quanta BioSciences PCR and cDNA synthesis reagent portfolio defines the standard for reproducibility, specificity and sensitivity in the quantitative PCR market.
Reproducibility refers to tests performed under varying conditions, named reproducibility conditions.