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represent

1 Be entitled or appointed to act or speak for (someone), especially in an official capacity.

be elected by , be the councillor for, be the mp for, have the vote of
appear for , act for, speak for, act on behalf of, speak on behalf of, be spokesperson for, be the representative of
play for , appear for
deputize for , act as a substitute for, substitute for, stand in for, take the place of, replace

2 Constitute; amount to.

constitute , be, amount to, mean, be regarded as
be a typical sample of , be representative of, typify, stand for
be represented

3 Depict (a particular subject) in a work of art.

depict , portray, render, picture, delineate, show, illustrate, characterize, paint, draw, sketch
describe as , present as, profess to be, purport to be, claim to be, set oneself up as, pass oneself off as, pose as, pretend to be, masquerade as
stand for , correspond to
symbolize , stand for, personify, epitomize, typify, be symbolic of

4 formal State or point out clearly.

point out , state, indicate, present, set forth, put forward
claim , maintain, state, say, affirm, allege, contend

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French representer or Latin repraesentare, from re- (expressing intensive force) + praesentare ‘to present’.

Pronunciation

represent

/rɛprɪˈzɛnt/
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Get the names and default values of a Python function’s arguments. A tuple of four things is returned: (args, varargs, keywords, defaults) . args is a list of the argument names (it may contain nested lists). varargs and keywords are the names of the * and ** arguments or None . defaults is a tuple of default argument values or None if there are no default arguments; if this tuple has n elements, they correspond to the last n elements listed in args .

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Get information about arguments passed into a particular frame. A tuple of four things is returned: (args, varargs, keywords, locals) . args is a list of the argument names (it may contain nested lists). varargs and keywords are the names of the * and ** arguments or None . locals is the locals dictionary of the given frame.

Changed in version 2.6: Returns a named tuple .

Format a pretty argument spec from the four values returned by getargspec() . The format* arguments are the corresponding optional formatting functions that are called to turn names and values into strings.

Format a pretty argument spec from the four values returned by getargvalues() . The format* arguments are the corresponding optional formatting functions that are called to turn names and values into strings.

Return a tuple of class cls’s base classes, including cls, in method resolution order. No class appears more than once in this tuple. Note that the method resolution order depends on cls’s type. Unless a very peculiar user-defined metatype is in use, cls will be the first element of the tuple.

Bind the args and kwds to the argument names of the Python function or method func , as if it was called with them. For bound methods, bind also the first argument (typically named self ) to the associated instance. A dict is returned, mapping the argument names (including the names of the * and ** arguments, if any) to their values from args and kwds . In case of invoking func incorrectly, i.e. whenever func(*args, **kwds) would raise an exception because of incompatible signature, an exception of the same type and the same or similar message is raised. For example:

Scientific journals use a process of peer review , in which scientists' manuscripts are submitted by editors of scientific journals to (usually one to three, and usually anonymous) fellow scientists familiar with the field for evaluation. In certain journals, the journal itself selects the referees; while in others (especially journals that are extremely specialized), the manuscript author might recommend referees. The referees may or may not recommend publication, or they might recommend publication with suggested modifications, or sometimes, publication in another journal. This standard is practiced to various degrees by different journals, and can have the effect of keeping the literature free of obvious errors and to generally improve the quality of the material, especially in the journals who use the standard most rigorously. The peer review process can have limitations when considering research outside the conventional scientific paradigm: problems of " groupthink " can interfere with open and fair deliberation of some new research. [107]

Main article: Reproducibility

Sometimes experimenters may make systematic errors during their experiments, veer from standard methods and practices ( Pathological science ) for various reasons, or, in rare cases, deliberately report false results. Occasionally because of this then, other scientists might attempt to repeat the experiments in order to duplicate the results.

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, such as in compliance with the policies of government funding agencies and scientific journals. In these cases, detailed records of their experimental procedures, raw data, statistical analyses and source code can be preserved in order to provide evidence of the methodology and practice of the procedure and assist in any potential future attempts to reproduce the result . These procedural records may also assist in the conception of new experiments to test the hypothesis, and may prove useful to engineers who might examine the potential practical applications of a discovery.

When additional information is needed before a study can be reproduced, the author of the study might be asked to provide it. They might provide it, or if the author refuses to share data , appeals can be made to the journal editors who published the study or to the institution which funded the research.

Since it is impossible for a scientist to record everything that took place in an experiment, facts selected for their apparent relevance are reported. This may lead, unavoidably, to problems later if some supposedly irrelevant feature is questioned. For example, Heinrich Hertz did not report the size of the room used to test Maxwell's equations, which later turned out to account for a small deviation in the results. The problem is that parts of the theory itself need to be assumed in order to select and report the experimental conditions. The observations are hence sometimes described as being 'theory-laden'.

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