measurability measurability


  • (n) the quality of being measurable


  • That's nonsense, of course, and lacks even the kind of scientific credibility and measurability that I have, for example, when my response to questions about my shirt size is "I'm .



  1. "With DoubleClick, Google now has the leading display ad platform, which will enable us to rapidly bring to market advances in technology and infrastructure that will dramatically improve the effectiveness, measurability and performance of digital...
    on Mar 11, 2008 By: Eric Schmidt Source: NewsOXY

  2. "What I love about PCI is the way they build measurability into every program so they know what worksâ€|there’s constant feedback going on," said Paul Heck, Lead Producer for Red Hot. "I began to wonder about the possibility of...
    on Apr 2, 2007 By: Paul Heck Source:

  3. Sir Chris said: "I remember loving the measurability of Ray's tests. It appealed to my personality, this idea that if you did X, it will result in Y happening to your performance. As a kid I wasn't the kind of person who did really well at sports...
    on Sep 15, 2009 By: Chris Hoy Source: Edinburgh Evening News

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