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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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In an actual situation, the reproducibility error (due to the operator) must also be included with the repeatability to determine acceptability.
of the Indiana University Cancer Center said, "The reproducibility of CTC measurement in the Budd study, as opposed to that of standard radiographic techniques, is striking.
Reproducibility also is termed appraiser or operator variation.
In addition to advancing the field as a whole, the data obtained from the study showed that Affymetrix GeneChip(R) arrays demonstrated the best reproducibility within and across sites, an element critical for the success of clinical studies.
We evaluated assay robustness across multiple tissue types and observed reproducibility across sites.
It is low cost, produced easily, responds quickly and is of high selectivity and reproducibility.
Science Exchange will use the replication best practices established for the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology, to conduct the replication experiments for the Movember Foundation-PCF Scientific Reproducibility Initiative.
Reproducibility of 20% means a second reading (in a different lab) must be between 24 and 36 sec.
At Stand A20 Demag Hamilton will demonstrate the efficiency, precision and reproducibility of its IntElect machine.
They are said to permit faster marking, higher contrast and definition, more subtle gray-scale levels, and higher reproducibility.
AFS has contracted Finn Metalworking and Cutting Solutions to manage the current effort to determine the reproducibility and repeatability of the promising machinability test and draft an AFS Standard Quality Control Test for Machinability of Cast Iron.