reproduce

(redirected from reproducibility)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
org for more details on the 4 steps your lab can take to make cross-lab reproducibility achievable.
Reproducibility of 24-hour intraesophageal pH monitoring in pediatric patients.
Environmental conditions can also contribute to long-term reproducibility problems.
Reproducibility error is the variation caused by different inspectors measuring the same parts using the same measurement equipment.
The reproducibility measurements using different instruments were made over a relatively long period of time.
The GR&R analysis includes part variation as a factor of the repeatability in the reproducibility calculation.
In addition to advancing the field as a whole, the data obtained from the study showed that Affymetrix GeneChip(R) arrays demonstrated the best reproducibility within and across sites, an element critical for the success of clinical studies.
The manufacture of the first 20 bullets was discussed, along with the development of the NIST measurement and analysis system for demonstrating their reproducibility.
For pyrolysis applications, the sample cup free-tails into the furnace where the sample is instantly pyrolyzed with excellent reproducibility, according to the company.
Consolidating fluo 3 and fluo 4 manufacturing under a single roof will ensure consistent ISO 9000 level quality and batch to batch reproducibility -- an essential need for drug discovery scientists," said Augie Sick, Vice President and General Manager of Invitrogen's Cellular Analysis business.
Equipped with a digital tachometer and variable electronic speed control, the mixer gives constant speed readout and is suited for applications where process validation and reproducibility are required.
These biases arise from memory effects in ion sources and affect the reliability and comparability of carbon-13 and oxygen-18 measurements used in studies requiring high interlaboratory reproducibility, including research relevant to climate change.