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tr.v. col·or-cod·ed, col·or-cod·ing, col·or-codes
To color, as wires or papers, according to a code for easy identification.


v.t. -cod•ed, -cod•ing.
to distinguish or classify by a system of colored marks, labels, etc.
col′or code`, n.
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Color-coding is an excellent example of a control measure.
Otis Technology recently launched a color-coding system that will increase ease-of-use for dealers and customers.
Conversely, Murnane, Phelps, and Malmberg's (1999) ICE theory predicted that color-coding will have little effect on memory retrieval, since participants did not explicitly and actively integrate the topics with the color-coding scheme.
Star AMMAN (Star)--Lurenzo Augusto became the first child in the whole world to wear a new ID band that uses a color-coding system.
They can also personalize forms with a school logo or clip art images, customize templates with names, color-coding and clip art, personalize awards and certificates, create visual aids for brainstorming or to illustrate the relationships between ideas, and use charts and timelines to plan classroom activities.
Rotationally molded in one piece, the seamless containers are colored throughout to retain the color-coding even if scratched or scuffed.
Broselow sees this as a first step in color-coding hospitals in order to reduce dosing errors to children.
Such parts are particularly useful in conveyor and machine component applications during setup and changeovers of production lines, the company says, noting that color-coding simplifies the production and assembly setup process.
The color-coding technique is described in the April Nature Genetics by Michael R.
The new colors were chosen based on state color recommendation toolkits for color-coding hospital wristbands
A color-coding system also lets users know the status of each video clip.
Records managers who appreciate the value of color-coding will now have the ability to color-code virtually any type of label including floppy disk, box, address and video tape.