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design

(Construction plan), noun blueprint, chart, delineation, depiction, descriptio, diagram, draft, drawing, forma, graph, layout, lineamenta, map, model, outline, picture, plan, preliminary drawing, projection, proof, rendering, representation, rough cast, rough copy, rough representation, skeleton, sketch, treatment

design

(Intent), noun aim, ambition, animus, approach, aspiration, bent, consilium, consulto, course of action, desire, destination, determination, direction, end, end in view, expectation, fixed purpose, forethought, goal, hope, inclination, intention, meaning, mission, motive, object, objective, plan, plan of attack, predetermination, projected goal, proposed accion, proposed sequence of action, purport, purpose, purrose in view, pursuit, resolve, scheme, set purpose, settled purpose, stratagem, strategy, target, ultimate end, view, way of doing things, will
Associated concepts: common design, formed design, preeeditated design
See also: animus, arrange, arrangement, array, artifice, attempt, basis, blueprint, building, cabal, calculate, campaign, cause, composition, conceive, configuration, conspire, contemplation, content, contrivance, contrive, course, criterion, delineation, device, devise, direction, end, expedient, forethought, form, formulate, frame, function, goal, guidance, intend, intent, intention, invent, machination, maneuver, meaning, mission, mode, model, motif, motive, object, objective, order, organization, pattern, plan, plot, point, premeditation, program, project, proposal, proposition, purpose, purview, reason, ruse, scheme, strategy, structure, suggestion, system, target, treatment, trick, undertaking
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These comparisons studies were mostly conducted together with longitudinal design.
Despite the accelerated longitudinal design, we could not actually carry out the repeated assessments of each subject of three separate age spanned groups of [beta]-thalassaemia major families, which otherwise would have provided a virtual and real picture of developmental effects rather than hypothetically proceeded period effects.
This article discusses the advantages and challenges of adopting a longitudinal design within a quantitative method.
As part of a five-year study, NIWL has been using a comparative longitudinal design to track the educational and career trajectories of three classes of graduates from the tri-county area of Lansing, Michigan.
The longitudinal design allowed for defining characteristics of the very old subgroup at different points in time, while assessing the process of stress and coping over time.
Comparison of seventh, eighth, and ninth graders at two and three different points in time is not possible in a standard longitudinal design that follows only one age group.
This study was limited in that it involved selected subjects and was of longitudinal design so it did not include a control group.
The term longitudinal design refers to a flexible research approach that can be applied to a wide range of topics involving change over time.
Add Health's depth, breadth and longitudinal design give it enduring value to researchers, as well as to those who promote evidence-based programs, policy and practice.
There was no assessment of the variance components in the longitudinal design.

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