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synonyms for contextualize

  • inspect
  • investigate
  • parse
  • ponder
  • review
  • scrutinize
  • appraise
  • audit
  • consider
  • delve
  • examine
  • explore
  • inquire
  • research
  • understand
  • winnow
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  • isolate
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What we have also learned is that the real need for learners is contextualized help directly in the experience of their actual learning environment.
THE TECH-POWERED WAVE OF SMART, NOT SLOW, TUTORING SESSIONSNATASHA MASCARENHASJANUARY 7, 2021TECHCRUNCH
This image is a so-called cheapfake, a piece of media that has been crudely manipulated, edited, mislabeled, or improperly contextualized in order to spread disinformation.
DON’T UNDERESTIMATE THE CHEAPFAKEAMY NORDRUMDECEMBER 22, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The high-level detail of the images provided by such a system can typically capture a great level of detail at longer distances, which can assist in contextualizing events and paint a clearer picture of driver accountability.
BEST DASH CAMS: CAR ACCESSORIES TO KEEP YOU SAFE ON THE ROADPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMDECEMBER 11, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Finally, in the Rabbit Hole, Neil takes an even deeper dive into the Broncos’ woes and contextualizes just how bad they were playing without a QB.
THE NFL IS RUNNING OUT OF WIGGLE ROOMSARAH SHACHATDECEMBER 1, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
They don’t offer a contextualizing narrative that explains where concepts come from, instead letting the ideas speak for themselves.
INSIDE THE SECRET MATH SOCIETY KNOWN SIMPLY AS NICOLAS BOURBAKIKEVIN HARTNETTNOVEMBER 9, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
It also stopped letting users retweet such posts without including their own commentary to contextualize it.
ELECTION MISINFORMATION IS SPREADING WITH AND WITHOUT SOCIAL MEDIA’S HELPDANIELLE ABRILNOVEMBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
Our results show that a deep, contextualized neural language model is able to capture some of the desired properties, and can be used to generate effective term weights for passage indexing.
COULD GOOGLE PASSAGE INDEXING BE LEVERAGING BERT?DAWN ANDERSONOCTOBER 29, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
This is partly to maintain simplicity, but also to enable comparability between campaigns, allowing publishers to build up detailed benchmarks to contextualize results.
WHY PUBLISHERS NEED TO SHIFT BRAND LIFT MEASUREMENT TO AN ALWAYS-ON METRICBRAND METRICSOCTOBER 6, 2020DIGIDAY
Over the next year, Google will prioritize enabling publishers to get more insights from the data they already have by contextualizing reporting data with suggestions.
GOOGLE’S NEW ADSENSE REPORTS PAGE MAKES IT EASIER TO TOGGLE AND VISUALIZE DATAGEORGE NGUYENAUGUST 25, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
Play-action passes create more separation than non-play-action passes at nearly every depth of target on average, so we need to contextualize players who are targeted more often on play-action as well.
OUR NEW METRIC SHOWS HOW GOOD NFL RECEIVERS ARE AT CREATING SEPARATIONJOSH HERMSMEYERAUGUST 10, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
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