representativeness

Representativeness vs Representability - What's the difference?

representativeness | representability |


As nouns the difference between representativeness and representability

is that representativeness is the state or quality of being accurately representative of something while representability is the quality of being representable.

Representativeness vs Generalizability - What's the difference?

representativeness | generalizability |


As nouns the difference between representativeness and generalizability

is that representativeness is the state or quality of being accurately representative of something while generalizability is the quality of being generalizable.

Representativeness - What does it mean?

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Representativeness vs Representativity - What's the difference?

representativeness | representativity |

Representation vs Representativeness - What's the difference?

representation | representativeness |


As nouns the difference between representation and representativeness

is that representation is representation while representativeness is the state or quality of being accurately representative of something.

Representative vs Representativeness - What's the difference?

representative | representativeness |


As nouns the difference between representative and representativeness

is that representative is one who may speak for another in a particular capacity, especially in negotiation while representativeness is the state or quality of being accurately representative of something.

As an adjective representative

is typical; having the same properties or interest as a larger group.

Accurately vs Representativeness - What's the difference?

accurately | representativeness |


As an adverb accurately

is in an accurate manner; exactly; precisely; without error or defect.

As a noun representativeness is

the state or quality of being accurately representative of something.

Representativeness vs Bias - What's the difference?

representativeness | bias |


As nouns the difference between representativeness and bias

is that representativeness is the state or quality of being accurately representative of something while bias is (countable|uncountable) inclination towards something; predisposition, partiality, prejudice, preference, predilection.

As a verb bias is

to place bias upon; to influence.

As a adjective bias is

inclined to one side; swelled on one side.

As a adverb bias is

in a slanting manner; crosswise; obliquely; diagonally.