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data set

A cluster of information for a particular disease, intervention, monitoring activity or other, which is required in many areas of UK practice for maintaining statistics, ensuring data capture for patient management, good clinical governance and so on.

Examples, data sets
Morbidity recording, resource utilisation, inpatient and day case, geriatrics, cancer, cardiac surgery, surgical waiting lists, A&E waiting times, renal replacement therapy usage.
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The new assays provide access to the recently completed International HapMap data set and include more than 11,000 new assays for putative functional single nucleotide polymorphisms that occur in coding regions of genes, also referred to as coding SNPs.
amp; MUNICH, Germany -- The largest safety data set among alpha-1 antitrypsin augmentation (AAT) therapies compiled over the longest period of time reaffirms the clinical safety and tolerability of Prolastin(R) (Alpha1-Proteinase Inhibitor (Human)) in treating patients with AAT deficiency.
Currently, many web sites offer BLAST capabilities against statically defined data sets that include sequences from specific organisms, groups of organisms, or databases.
However, setting j = 1 still results in a data set with extreme concurvity (on average, [R.
Tests were performed using multiple data sets and four different backup software products, as noted above.
The data sets for the chirped grating are shown in Appendix C, Figs.
The Visible Cement Data Set website also contains a variety of computer programs, written in the C programming language, to aid in the processing of three-dimensional data sets.
By building an analytic data set in the Teradata database, they created a single, comprehensive view of their consumers with the consolidation of demographics, Web usage, calling patterns and customer service call history that enabled the provider to improve their attrition rate.
In general, clustering procedures find similarities among data set items that form the basis for sorting them into a series of groups.
Meteorological Office in Bracknell, 1989 ranked fifth-warmest in the combined marine/land data set and was 0.
Payback calculations, in this case, involve quantifying the value of each data set as a function of time.