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  • verb Present participle of randomize.

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Examples

  • He advocates strategies for making animal studies more efficient and effective, such as randomizing treatment conditions or keeping experimenters blind to treatment assignments3.

    Scientific American

  • This should be solvable by also randomizing what name to use.

    Matthew Yglesias » Alphabetism

  • By randomizing the sinusoid at the bottom, I was able to achieve the effect of a curtain hanging in long folds.

    Wolfram Blog : Designing the Brick Wall of the Future

  • By randomizing the directions of the summed sinusoids as well as their frequencies, I generated walls with gently undulating, bumpy surfaces.

    Wolfram Blog : Designing the Brick Wall of the Future

  • Furthermore, he has managed to beat Djokovic before now, although the Australian quickly pointed out that it was an exhibition match, played in a randomizing wind.

    Tomic: A New Force in Men's Tennis

  • Furthermore, he has managed to beat Djokovic before now, although the Australian quickly pointed out that it was an exhibition match, played in a randomizing wind.

    Tomic: A New Force in Men's Tennis

  • This is a lot more than a "residual loose end" - it is a major flaw in the study design that understandably resulted from the good intentions of the investigators not to do harm by randomizing symptomatic women suffering from hot flashes to a placebo.

    The WHI through the Restrospectoscope

  • We looked at the NFL's 32 teams and broke them into eight groups based on strength and location, randomizing the group assignments to make sure none of them had too many teams from the same area just like in the World Cup.

    What If the NFL Used the World Cup Format?

  • The most pivotal of the three was a trial labeled 648, randomizing women newly diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer to standard chemotherapy alone versus chemotherapy with Herceptin added.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • The most pivotal of the three was a trial labeled 648, randomizing women newly diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer to standard chemotherapy alone versus chemotherapy with Herceptin added.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

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