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  • noun The characteristic of being actionable.

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Examples

  • Using Recommind's patented CORE ™ platform, MindServer Search dramatically improves access to a wide variety of information across large, distributed enterprises and returns results in context for more accurate understanding and "actionability" of the information.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • Using Recommind's patented CORE ™ platform, MindServer Search dramatically improves access to a wide variety of information across large, distributed enterprises and returns results in context for more accurate understanding and 'actionability' of the information.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • "In three experimental studies, we demonstrate that" actionability "(that is, the opportunity to consume the temptation) of the prior food temptation is the pivotal variable," explain the authors.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Each disease is assessed on an “actionability scale” to decide what consumers can do with the information.

    The $1,000 Genome

  • Of course in the United States actionability is based not on personhood but citizenship in a state recognized by the United States.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Rampant Speciesism

  • Certain individual components of newspapers, or individual journalists with their highly specialised expertise, have great paid content potential because they tick all of the boxes of uniqueness, actionability, trustworthiness and reputation.

    Penny for his thoughts « BuzzMachine

  • It passed the reputation and trustworthiness tests, but it failed in uniqueness and actionability.

    Penny for his thoughts « BuzzMachine

  • Deciding whether or not to keep a baby based on genetic risk profiles is, of course, the extreme end of the actionability spectrum.

    Two copies of the fat gene - and other wonderful secrets lurking in my genome

  • If the point of the data capture is research, and academic persuit, then the execution and actionability of the system DSS takes a back seat to the formulation and capture.

    Datamining the Forums

  • If the point of the data capture is actionability and execution of managerial decesions, then data needs to be delivered as quickly as possible to the client else its not really a "support system"

    Datamining the Forums

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