codable

codable

(ˈkəʊdəbəl)
adj
capable of being coded
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As I measured the data as discrete, codable units, I made a conscious decision to ignore the fact that the language was both contaminated by meaning and rife with meaning deferred.
Of participants who generated codable rules, those in the shape condition only generated shape-based rules (n= 2 6, 100 %) while those in the semantic condition generated both semantic based (n = 23, 65.
If there are no coding opportunities, the node does not wait for the arrival of a matching codable packet.
The flexible nature of the ME-IO enables the modular terminal area to be designed with a variety of options and customer-specific adaptations, including LEDs, customer-specific labels and codable signal and data connectors, which facilitate error-free connections of plugs and headers.
11) outlined four steps of inductive coding: first, sensing themes, or recognizing codable moment; second, doing it reliably, or recognizing encoding moment and doing it consistently; third, developing codes, and, finally, interpreting the theme in the context of a theory or conceptual framework.
They state that this obsession causes four problems: the assumption that all knowledge is codable, an overemphasis on new information technologies, an assumption that people are willing to share their knowledge and to use the knowledge from systems, and a rigidification of the informal and intuitive practices that are essential in a flexible firm.
165-166): "the few-many scale" for the on-record with redress strategies, which refers to the number of codable substrategies employed to soften an FTA.
Of the 909 participants, 881 (97 percent) answered the "view of self" question of whom 825 (94 percent) had a codable response and were included in the statistical analyses.
2004), it was assumed that the frequency of mentioning a particular idea or theme reflected its salience or importance for the parents; thus, frequency of mentioning a codable theme was scored in the case of the two questions: (1) "What do you think is more important for the development of your child?
As can be seen in Table 1, moral concern was the most frequent codable response (36%).
Here we present new codable morphological characters of two genera in the Solenogastres family Dondersiidae (see Table 2), both for body shape and isolated hard parts--sclerites, radulae, and copulatory spicules--and for internal anatomic characters, particularly those broadly applicable to Solenogastres.
Teaching brief psychotherapy for spouses of cancer patients: As of a codable supervision format.