noncomparable

noncomparable

(ˌnɒnˈkɒmpərəbəl; ˌnɒnkəmˈpærəbəl)
adj
not comparable
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Excluding the impact of noncomparable items, operating margin is expected to be in the range of 11.9% to 12.2%.
The Bland--Altman plot also indicated that the 2 assays produced noncomparable results (see Fig.
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Furthermore, the outcomes of PCI and CABG in the CRAGS study were analyzed separately in two independent and different patient populations, making the results noncomparable. The PCI patients were also classified only by clinical symptom and not by the number of diseased vessels, and CABG patients were not limited strictly to TVD but instead were defined as having at least double-vessel disease.
To handle this incompatibility, all payments to financial institutions (merchant code M35)--both bills and nonbills--are included in the "noncomparable" category of consumer expenditures.
In some countries in the region, said Sivanesan, guidelines on the manufacture of biosimilars are nonexistent and, thus, 'poor copies of noncomparable biologics' are allowed to be marketed and used.
Poor commutability of the reference materials may result in noncomparable results across different platforms.
Data collected by Vitek (2008) in Czech conditions that are similar to Slovakia, are about half our levels for legal persons (14.9%) but noncomparable for physical persons (27.8%).
The multivariate logistic regression analysis was conducted to determine the association of TFCP2 polymorphism and HCC susceptibility, with the adjustment with several noncomparable factors, such as gender, MELD score, and Child score at enrollment.
The output of the calculations was compared with published data and despite the determination of published values under frequently noncomparable experimental conditions, there was a good degree of overall conformity.
Measurement nonequivalence can occur at different levels such as instrument or item level resulting in noncomparable data across groups [1-4].