Definition of Quantifiability

1. Noun. The quality of being measurable.

Exact synonyms: Measurability
Generic synonyms: Quality
Specialized synonyms: Ratability, Scalability
Derivative terms: Measurable, Quantifiable



Definition of Quantifiability

1. Noun. The condition of being quantifiable ¹

2. Noun. The degree to which something is quantifiable ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Quantifiability

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1. Cosmos and Diacosmos: The Processes of Nature Psychologically Treated by Denton Jaques Snider (1909)
"The quantitative character of Matter in its spatial aspect is, then, its quantifiability, its capacity of being quantified and measured. ..."

2. Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge by Alexander Philip (1915)
"quantifiability, etc., are such that it is really to the visual Presentment that I refer all other elements in my sense-experience. ..."

3. The Doctrine of Energy: A Theory of Reality by B. L. L (1898)
"Its universality, simultaneousness, minute accuracy, quantifiability, &c., are such that it is really to the visual Presentment that I refer all other ..."

4. Measuring Innovation in OECD and Non-OECD Countries: Selected Seminar Papers by William Blankley (2006)
"The most obvious one is the technical criterion of quantifiability. Not all information can be quantified, even though survey designers can be quite ..."

5. Substance Abuse Among Older Adults: Treatment Improvement Protocol edited by Frederic C. Blow (1999)
"... potentially) the desired qualities of quantifiability, reliability, validity, standardization, and recordability" (Institute of Medicine, 1990, pp. ..."

6. Substance Abuse Among Older Adults: Treatment Improvement Protocol edited by Frederic C. Blow (1999)
"As described by the IOM, structured assessment interviews "possess (at least potentially) the desired qualities of quantifiability, reliability, validity, ..."

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