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sci·en·to·met·rics

(sī'en-tō-met'riks),
The measurement of scientific output, and the impact of scientific findings, for example, on public policy.
[L. scientia, science, knowledge, fr. scio, to know, + G. metron, measure, + -ics]

sci·en·to·met·rics

(sī'ĕn-tō-met'riks)
The measurement of scientific output, and the impact of scientific findings (e.g., on public policy).
[L. scientia, science, knowledge, fr. scio, to know, + G. metron, measure, + -ics]
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