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  • noun Plural form of nonrespondent.

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Examples

  • "If we extrapolate these findings (assuming that nonrespondents show a pattern similar to that of respondents), these facilities in the three large metropolitan areas combined saw approximately 640 Canadian patients for diagnostic radiology services such as computed tomography (CT) scans or MRI and 270 patients for eye procedures such as cataract surgery over a one-year period."

    Thanks, Erich

  • To count everyone, including nonrespondents, the Census Bureau must use proven scientific statistical techniques.

    Statement By The President On Omnibus Appropriations Act

  • Use sampling rather than more costly methods of counting nonrespondents to next deciennial census.

    National Performance Review Report Appendix A

  • I hope Mr. Leepson is not implying that all, or even a large percentage, of the six hundred nonrespondents to Harvard 1970's fifth reunion study served in Vietnam.

    Harvard & Vietnam

  • Four reminder emails (sent from the same email address as the initial invitation) were sent out to nonrespondents at one, two, three, and four weeks; a fifth postal reminder was also undertaken.

    Journal of Medical Internet Research

  • The study design specified that four reminder emails (sent from the same email address as the initial invitation) would be sent out to nonrespondents at one, two, three, and four weeks following the initial invitation; a fifth postal reminder would be sent to nonrespondents if the response rate was considered to be low.

    Journal of Medical Internet Research

  • The states with the largest populations will require the most workers to flush out these nonrespondents.

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • "Generally, a large boost in response is seen just after the second wave mailing to nonrespondents, so we anticipate receiving quite a few more surveys over the next couple of months," Willis-Walton said.

    The Roanoke Times: Home page

  • Also got external data about nonrespondents and didn’t find statistically significant differences in firm characteristics, except more companies from the West than the East responded (Berkeley effect).

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • There were modest differences between respondents and nonrespondents (

    New England Journal of Medicine

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