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Sequence Retrieval System

The author writes, Contestable results from SRS can also occur because information gathering in SRS entails a lot of time and labor. Inaccessibility of existing data makes proper sampling difficult hence researchers end up with cheap faulty data that are used hastily resulting in inaccurate output whose validity is questionable. To avoid this hurdle evaluators must be efficient at the planning stage so as to properly assess the resources available to them prior to selecting a strategy to follow.

In reading authors post, I am reminded of the many times I have seen evaluators struggle with data results not knowing what to do to avoid this inevitable problem with data management.

Can you please help me identify what key role has not been carried through in this problem? How would it have helped the outcome?

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SRS:

The author writes, "Contestable results from SRS can also occur because information gathering in SRS entails a lot of time and labor. Inaccessibility of existing data makes proper sampling difficult hence researchers end up with cheap faulty data that are used hastily resulting in inaccurate output whose validity is questionable. To avoid this hurdle evaluators must be efficient at the planning stage so as to properly assess the resources available to them prior to selecting a strategy to follow.

In reading authors post, I am reminded of the many times I have seen evaluators struggle with data results not knowing what to do to avoid this inevitable problem with data management.
Can you please help me identify what key role has not been carried through in this problem? How would it have helped the outcome?

SRS stands for Sequence Retrieval System that is used "to communicate file related requests between a user area or group of user areas and the Data Management group." (1) The "background information is entered onto the SRS menu driven screens by the User." (1) Although SRS entails a lot of time and labor, there are lots of benefits of an SRS Database Capacity Management. ...

Solution Summary

Sequence Retrieval System (SRS) is a powerful platform used to store, link, and query biological databases. There are various different biological databases in SRS that make it a valuable tools to analyze and mine microarray data. SRS is a valuable platform to analyze biological questions and hypothesis-driven scientific research.

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