replicability


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replicability

(ˌrɛplɪkəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being replicable
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development impact and job creation component and/or a high potential for local replicability.
Each nominee had to demonstrate excellence in five criteria areas: community impact, innovation, collaboration, replicability and leading practices.
These and the other programs honored by Districts of Distinction were selected in part based on replicability to inspire other school systems to create effective solutions for their own challenges.
This aims to provide exhaustible coverage of the relevant investment opportunity set with a string emphasis on index liquidity, inevitability and replicability.
Working in close collaboration with the World Economic Forum to identify promising projects in each region, an internal selection committee consisting of designated Abraaj teams from each of the Group's operating regions (Latin America, Middle East and North Africa, South East Asia, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Turkey and Central Asia), eventually chose nine projects, using quality, efficiency, sustainability, scale of impact, consistency of measurement, and replicability of the project as its key judging criteria.
Big data researchers are hoping to learn from the microarray pioneers who have already tackled some of these replicability challenges.
Scientific reputations depend upon the replicability of our research and scholarship, and on evaluations of its quality.
As in modern genetic studies, where a discovery-and-replication-sample design is standard, the use of two samples allowed testing the replicability and robustness of findings within one-and-the-same study.
Macchi's art embraces the fragmentation of what can be spoken as a defense against the looming specter of its own replicability.
Just as the reform drive shifted from tariff reduction to border management concerns, the new emphasis is on modularity and replicability behind the border.
Editors' introduction to the special section on replicability in psychological science: A crisis of confidence?
The winning cities were selected based on four criteria: vision, ability to implement, potential for impact, and potential for replicability.