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  • data
  • If your collected data cannot be automatically linked (probably via metadata) to the exact instrument configuration at the time of collection, then you do not really have a scientific result: you have something suggestive but not convincing. (wordpress.com)
  • The data shows that MammaTyper® provides virtually identical results - independent of the location, the time of day, the instruments used and the operator performing the test (1). (b3cnewswire.com)
  • Reproducibility is a rarely discussed, but absolutely critical aspect of trial implementation and data management. (cytel.com)
  • The merging and preprocessing of data in preparation for modeling and estimation encompasses a potentially very large number of steps, and a change in any one could produce different results. (stodden.net)
  • Release of the code and data used to generate the results in the hockey stick paper likely would have avoided the convening of panels to assess the papers. (stodden.net)
  • The ability of reported results to be reproduced by repeating the same data processing & statistical analyses on the original data, & to be robust to different data processing & data analytic decisions. (openaire.eu)
  • The data and analysis provenance is maintained for reproducibility of results. (wikipedia.org)
  • A 2007 paper published in the journal Scientometrics found that the results from the Shanghai rankings could not be reproduced from raw data using the method described by Liu and Cheng. (wikipedia.org)
  • patients
  • RESULTS: Patients with generalized anxiety disorder showed greater anticipatory activity than healthy comparison subjects in the bilateral dorsal amygdala preceding both aversive and neutral pictures. (virginia.edu)
  • Another study used 34 patients to test the sensitivity and specificity if the MELISA test, and concluded that it is not useful for diagnosis of contact allergy to the metals gold, palladium and nickel, since a large number of false-positive results will be obtained. (wikipedia.org)
  • It tested the feasibility, utility and reproducibility of results of symptom-limited exercise testing in ambulatory cardiac patients and apparently healthy subjects. (wikipedia.org)
  • science
  • Despite developing some tools and infrastructure projects its stated mission is to " estimate the reproducibility of published psychological science . (edawax.de)
  • Incentives for the fabrication of results as well as for sloppiness are minimized and a whole profession gets reminded that the fundamental principles of science are more than just a annoying part in discussions. (edawax.de)
  • useful
  • Two articles have concluded that the MELISA test is not useful for diagnosis since a large number of false positive results will be obtained. (wikipedia.org)
  • positive
  • Furthermore, the agreement of positive/negative marker results and the subtype classification were interpreted on the basis of Fleiss'Kappa values. (b3cnewswire.com)
  • RESULTS: We report for the first time significant increases in left-sided anterior activation, a pattern previously associated with positive affect, in the meditators compared with the nonmeditators. (virginia.edu)
  • Some of the observations made from this study are that there were twice as many negative as positive interactions, negative interactions were more informative than positive interactions, and genes with more connections were more likely to result in lethality when disrupted. (wikipedia.org)
  • unique
  • This remarkable achievement is a result of the intelligent engineering of the unique PowerArc™ arc lamp illuminator featuring an ellipsoidal reflector with the highest possible light gathering efficiency of 67%, and focusing the light in a tight spot at the monochromator slit. (horiba.com)
  • models
  • Just as when fitting models or running simulations, parameter settings and function invocation sequences must be communicated, again because the final results are a culmination of many decisions and without this information each small step must match the original work - a Herculean task. (stodden.net)
  • humans
  • What if fabricated or fraudulent results shape therapies and the way how humans are medicated? (edawax.de)
  • shown
  • The very precise reproducibility of MammaTyper® compared to immunohistochemistry was shown, especially for the determination of the proliferation marker Ki-67, which is vitally important for the differentiation of luminal breast cancer types and for the prognosis", explained the head of the study, Prof. Dr. med. (b3cnewswire.com)
  • analysis
  • Analysis results are stored within the database for further querying and processing. (wikipedia.org)
  • More importantly, there was also a need for maintaining the analysis provenance for reproducing image analysis results. (wikipedia.org)
  • increases
  • From the above results it was concluded that rate increases as counterions more poorly approximate point charges-and with the addition of counterion-sequestering species. (wikipedia.org)
  • example
  • For example, in the following reaction only tar was obtained, a result that the authors attributed to the product's ostensible intolerance to base. (wikipedia.org)
  • sample
  • As a result, the standard 75W Xe delivers light to the sample more efficiently than higher power lamps featured by other instruments. (horiba.com)
  • vary
  • As a result, units of measure could vary not only from location to location, but from person to person. (wikipedia.org)
  • produce
  • However, as discussed in Howison and Herbsleb ( 2013 ), even though its importance is increasingly recognized, often not enough (academic) credit is given for making the code and resources used to produce a set of results available. (springer.com)