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data point

Informatics
A “hard” measurable value that can be graphed or included in a database.
 
Vox populi
Like many real terms, popular use has morphed “data point” into a bullet point in a lantern-slide presentation, or “any anecdote or opinion disguised as fact that can be used to persuade others”.
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I am delighted to be part of Data Point Capital," said Giuliani.
A rate of change curve tells us whether or not the data point is growing or contracting and how fast it is growing or contracting.
Each processing step, decision event and flow alternative can be evaluated from a data-quality perspective for each data point.
The two-way flexible budget variance, calculated as #1 minus #3, now incorporates data point #2.
It is clear as you look at the team why Data Point Capital has so quickly become one of the premier venture capital firms.
A rate-of-change curve tells us whether or not the data point is growing or contracting and how fast it is growing or contracting.
I look forward to providing as much value as possible and being a part of Data Point Capital's ongoing success.
In two and three dimensions, the resulting patterns closely resemble the clusters that people would identify by eye among the data points.
Our new data points combine to provide a more complete picture of ETF costs, taking all those factors into account.
June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Esotera Group announced today that it is releasing a free research report containing the top 200 data points utilized by its research database users to compare the top LMS and Enterprise Human Capital System vendors.
Instead of isolating a single impedance data point or feature, such as a slope, to determine a compound's optimal cure time, CureBuilder uses multiple data inputs, such as several frequencies or slope values, to determine proper cure times precisely.
Multiple views of the same data point in time, or multiple views of different data points, can be used concurrently to access recent copies of production data on servers running across heterogeneous operating systems, while there is no limit to the number of views that can be created and stored.