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Constable, however, worked in a realist mode with a high level of precision in his landscapes of the English countryside, whereas Turner, particularly later in his career, produced wildly expressionistic and atmospheric seascapes that verged on abstraction.

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In retrospect, DeMar felt players continued to play the game because the control scheme offered a high level of precision.

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This means a high level of precision promotes fast associative learning.

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Validity means a high level of accuracy, while reliability means a high level of precision [ 3].

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This high level of precision was attributed to response surface methodology optimized conditions.

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The CV of these measurements (0.079) confirms that our quantitation method has a high level of precision.

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Lipocalin 2 distinguishes severe and bacterial pneumonia from nonsevere and nonbacterial pneumonia with a high level of precision.

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Thus, compared to PCR assays, expensive equipment is not necessary to give a high level of precision [ 12, 14, 15].

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Assays had a high level of precision and reproducibility with intra-assay coefficient of variation of 2.42 %; (n = 96).

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This high level of precision implies that only a single sample would be needed to obtain reliable results.

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Conversely, targeted metabolomic studies are hypothesis-driven experiments and are characterized by the measurement of predefined sets of metabolites with a high level of precision and accuracy.

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Each stripe is only a few nuclei wide and any regulatory input function of an enhancer must define at least two borders at a high level of precision.

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For a probabilistically modeled age a non-standard distribution based on census data could be encoded, however, this very high level of precision is unnecessary.

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A high level of precision in both EC50 and γ, the primary study objectives, were achieved with the final model (23.4 and 17.4%), respectively.

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A possible reason might be that the first method published, named DeepCAGE [ 77– 79], already efficiently detected 5′ ends of transcripts, with a high level of precision.

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To guarantee an equally spatially-distributed femtosecond laser beam (FSLB), lenses and mirrors guided the laser pulse to a high level of precision when focused on the diaphragm.

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This high level of precision is further reflected by the low variances generated by the corresponding E max and ΔE determinations.

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However, these models of the SLI/SLV complex lack the high level of precision that can only be achieved through high-resolution structural studies.

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These quantitative miRNA expression analysis platforms are strong quantitative tools with a high level of precision and reproducibility and have been used to identify valuable biomarker candidates.

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These values indicate a high level of precision for the measurement of migration of the tibial component relative to the bone and absence of any systematic bias.

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It has been suggested that to establish a cut-off value and subsequently calculate the test accuracy with a high level of precision, a panel of 100 positive and negative control samples should be tested [ 3].

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By examining the variants called at varying cellularities and depths of coverage, we show that the best performing pipelines are able to maintain a high level of precision at any cellularity.

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This high level of precision was attributed to the accuracy of the volumes that have been concomitantly dispensed in the microwells by multi-channel pipettes, and completeness of the reaction the small volume (200 μl).

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Notwithstanding the high level of precision that can be achieved, it is important to note that despite expressing quantities as the number of target molecules, the quantitative context is still confined to the LRE analyses used to generate the dataset.

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This high level of precision was attributed to the accuracy of the volumes that have been concomitantly dispensed in the microwells by multi-channel pipettes, and completeness of the reaction in a small volume (200 μL).

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The impact of treatment on specific domains (walking/standing, pain, social interaction) of foot/ankle-related problems can be evaluated using the three MOXFQ subscales ('profile scores'), which offers a high level of precision.

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The high precision of the individual genes translates into a similarly high level of precision for the stromal gene group score (SD≤0.04), the cell cycle gene group scores (SD≤0.05) and the RS (SD≤1.38).

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Acquisitions of multi-sequence images associated with the introduction of hepatocyte-specific contrast agent such as gadoxetic acid make it possible to measure lesions with a high level of precision.

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This number is sufficient for the development of local centile growth charts with a high level of precision, accounting for exclusions to final analysis due to inability to follow up and occurrence of pregnancy complications [ 34, 35].

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We have also demonstrated by means of sensitivity analyses within the probability matrix that although the conditional probability values are important, the model does not require a high level of precision for these estimates (25).

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