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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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Last but not least, this Detailed Tabulation only surveys a quarter of the households surveyed in the "Basic Tabulation", and thus the survey samples differ.
(4) Maria Luiza Alessi Ribeiro: conception and design of the objectives to be searched, data collection, data tabulation, editor of methodology, discussion and final review.
Table 5: Incision * Hematoma Cross tabulation Hematoma YES NO Total Incision SMALL 0 16 16 LARGE 2 20 22 Total 5 2 36 There is no statistically significant difference between the two groups with regard to occurrence of post-op hematoma when the diagnosis was MNG [p value--0.215],
The Disability Employment Tabulation 2008-2010 is available via the Census Bureau's online statistics search tool American FactFinder at http://factfinder2.census.gov.
"The situation deteriorated during counting and tabulation, with a significant number of polling stations assessed negatively.
Regarding their decision, Census officials say it was too late to change the tabulation software when the decision to count same-sex married couples was made in June.
IBM said in addition to the data tabulation and dissemination services work, it is supporting the Census Bureau as a subcontractor to Lockheed Martin on the Decennial Response Integration System (DRIS) 2010 data collection contract.
Many firms already provide HR services such as payroll and benefits administration, and accounting's roots in recordkeeping, tabulation and financial reporting give CPAs insight into client organizations.
CEPR notes that this is "inexplicably one-sided" something that shouldn't happen from "mistakes." What is clear from all this is that, in every single instance of partial recounting after the initial PREP tabulation, Calderon's winning margin was reduced, sometimes significantly so, as in the case of the suddenly "rediscovered" 2.5 million ballots by the IFE.
Zoe Leonard's installation Mouth open, teeth showing (I), 2000, an array of dolls arranged on the floor of the main gallery, is a tabulation of the wages of ownership.
This study was conceived to be a tabulation of student responses to information-needs.
Griffin adds to the usefulness of this thoughtful text by providing three appendices: "Plays on English History: to 1642" (which includes a tabulation of native-subject plays--with appropriate disclaimers--as a percentage of all plays, calculated in five-year segments from 1576-80 through 1606-10), "Printed Plays with 'History' in Title-Page, 1557-1642," and "Plays in Two or More Parts, 1495-1642." It is not clear why certain native-subject plays, like Arden of Feversham, the dram atization of a notorious murder in Kent, are not included in the list of plays on English history, but their absence is compensated by references to lost plays, drawn from the work of WW.