GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. relying on observation or experiment.
- adj. relying on observation or experiment
“Brown's complaint wasn't the multiple measures per se, but the notion of data-based accountability writ large.”
“It's worth reading these documents and Kanwisher's data-based article in their entirety to get a sense of the knife-edge upon which the ceasefire had been balanced.”
“The Democratic Strategist (co-edited by William Galston, Stan Greenberg, and Ruy Teixeira) aims to provide “serious, data-based discussion of Democratic political strategy.””
“With an eye toward evidence-based solutions and data-based practices, this international partnership will work to eliminate homelessness.”
“From helping grape-growers in Afghanistan to training the news media in Egypt; from instructing education ministry workers in Iraq to developing licit agriculture in Colombia; from building better health service delivery to creating capacity for data-based policy decision-making; our work helps transform societies in permanent ways, helping those who need it most and supporting US policies overseas.”
“One thing that I know as a PhD physical chemist is that decisions should be data-based.”
“Good leaders also need analytical skills to help them sort through divergent views and, whenever possible, to make data-based decisions.”
“Faculty and staff promote the design, validation and delivery of data-based assessment and intervention approaches.”
“Now we are in an age of data-based decision-making, where economists rule.”
“The Senate Republicans would send $200 million to other districts that have hit funding caps, give $50 million to districts that spend the least per pupil to encourage "efficiency" and launch a $30 million program for data-based teacher evaluation and instruction in the state's poorer districts.”
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