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Related to tabulate: Tabulate coral, tabular form

tabulate

(of certain corals) having transverse skeletal plates

tabulate

[′tab·yə‚lāt]
(computer science)
To order a set of data into a table form, or to print a set of data as a table, usually indicating differences and totals, or just totals.

tabulate

(1) To arrange data into a columnar format. See tabular data.

(2) To sum a column of numbers.
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The cost of the Transfer, Analyze, and Tabulate commands is more than compensated for by the low display costs.
The calculations above illustrate how to tabulate the (nondiscounted) loss distributions for nonliquid portfolios with constant exposures.
This feature cross tabulates data using column and row categories.
The aim of this paper is to test the following hypotheses: (1) the endosymbiotic worms occurred only in certain host species; (2) the infestation rates are host-specific; (3) endosymbionts preferred a certain type of tabulate morphology (heliolitid versus favositid); (4) the number of infested tabulate species in the coral reef and reef-related community changes over time; (5) the infestation rate of coral species changes with time.
Efforts to tabulate knots began about 120 years ago, after British physicist Lord Kelvin hypothesized that atoms could be described as vortices in the ether, an intangible fluid then thought to fill all space.
After conclusion of voting, the ballot counting machine tabulates the results and prints our a protocol.
This paper tabulates the correlation of Virginia's mathematics performance expectations with Virginia's 2009 mathematics standards of learning.
Plug in your income and other data, and the site tabulates your expected taxes under several different policy proposals.
One appendix describes how you can carry out your own 'thrust line analysis' of an arch, while another tabulates Lancaster's analysis of rubble samples from key buildings to show that building materials were being imported into Rome from Vesuvius throughout the study period.
banks in 1998-99, and tabulates mergers in the last three years, ranked by assets.