Definitions for "evidence"
That which makes evident or manifest; that which furnishes, or tends to furnish, proof; any mode of proof; the ground of belief or judgement; as, the evidence of our senses; evidence of the truth or falsehood of a statement.
One who bears witness.
That which is legally submitted to competent tribunal, as a means of ascertaining the truth of any alleged matter of fact under investigation before it; means of making proof; -- the latter, strictly speaking, not being synonymous with evidence, but rather the effect of it.
In research, refers to the elements that support the conclusion or judgements made. See also Reliability; Validity
Information offered to support a conclusion or judgment.
a good thing
Any person, equipment, knowledge, recollection or factor that has some bearing on the causal factors which ultimately contributed to the accident, incident or event.
The information that can be found about the past by examining the fabric of places, historical documents and people's recollections.
Evidence is the second album from US trip hop and electronica group Karmacoda, released in 2003. Many of the songs on the album have been featured in television and film soundtracks. The song Front of My Room was a 2005 International Song Writing Contest finalist.
Evidence is an American hip hop artist, producer, and member of the rap group Dilated Peoples. Born Michael Perretta, Evidence is a native of Venice in Los Angeles, California and was born to an Italian-American father and a Russian-American mother. Additionally, before becoming a rapper and producer, Evidence was a well known graffiti artist.
Keywords:  debate, argument, seda, cite, da
a means to a case
a severe blow to the DA's case but don't think that it completely resolves it
is a statistic, quotation or case study (example) to support an argument you are making. Be sure you understand not only what the evidence says, but the reason for saying it and the context. Remember that all arguments must be substantiated with either evidence or logic. See SEDA's Guide to Debate for additional information on rules of evidence.
Keywords:  microshell, themable, efm, gtk, bloat
GTK2/enlightenment file-manager. Browser-view a la NeXT/Step, Icon-/thumbnails-view a la efm. Fully themable. Microshell. Themes, thumbnailers and metadata providers are plugins -- you don't load what you don't need, no bloat.
Document which demonstrates satisfactory performance of competency. This may include job descriptions, work books, project plans, designs, portfolios, employer references.
The combination of information to demonstrate a particular level of skills knowledge or the achievement of specific competencies. Evidence may take many forms and be gathered from different sources.
Evidence in its broadest sense, refers to anything that is used to determine or demonstrate the truth of an assertion. Philosophically, evidence can include propositions which are presumed to be true used in support of other propositions that are presumed to be falsifiable. The term has specialized meanings when used with respect to specific fields, such as policy, scientific research, criminal investigations, and legal discourse.
information relevant to problem solving. evidence-based decisions – decisions made by students after they have reviewed sufficient information on a topic or issue, both negative and positive.
Information that is used in making decisions Evidence can take many forms, and can be derived from a variety of sources and methodologies. Major paradigms related to the nature of knowledge and "evidence," and methodologies for acquiring this "information," include: positivism, post-positivism, critical theory, constructivism.
Keywords:  fomorians, myths, irish, coasts, africa
a close match for the Irish myths about the Fomorians, who were said to have connections to Africa, to live along northern sea coasts, etc
Documentation that confirms completion of, or attainment of a standard within, a goal or activity, such as a certification of qualification, photographs, or a page from a report. Copies of documentation are retained in an individual’s portfolio of evidence as method of recording their CPD progress. The Guidance Notes to the Society of Archivists’ Registration Scheme describe different types of appropriate evidence (section 3.5). The Guidance Notes can be downloaded from this site. ~ more information: Portfolio of evidence [none
Any information produced by a teacher candidate or by a student(s) that documents the teaching performance and can be linked to the Teaching Performance Expectations.
The information and data used to gauge the standards and quality of our teaching and learning provision, in ways which go beyond anecdote and subjective impression. In the quality assurance area the main sources of evidence are external examiners' reports; student feedback and survey results; internal reviews of educational provision; external review processes; and statistical performance indicators. The available evidence should inform processes of monitoring and review of courses, programmes and departments.
Certificates, statutory declarations, written information and documents about your training and work experience from your employers and/or training institutions.
Keywords:  asimov, isaac, fiction, story, science
Evidence (1946) is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov.
a tremendous tool in the search for ancestors and the more Hutchinson DNA submitted, the more likely it is that related families will be identified
Keywords:  unreliable, test
an unreliable test
or Explanation of Coverage (EOC) A booklet provided by the carrier to the insured summarizing benefits under an insurance plan.
Keywords:  ridiculous, bit
a bit ridiculous
The information and finds from an excavation that are used to reconstruct the use and purpose of the origional item. (An example is a click away)
Anything that has been used, left, removed, altered, or contaminated during the commission of a crime.
an increasingly valuable crime-solving tool
provide evidence for; "The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
Something, records, which supports a claim or hypothesis.
an indication that makes something evident; "his trembling was evidence of his fear"
Keywords:  disagree, experts, field
a field in which experts can, and do, disagree
Physical and empirical observations which have been tested and cross verified by independent sources. Evidence must be reliably repeatable and observable by independent sources in order to be considered useful. Reference section 1.6
is data collected from observation used to explain an object or event.
Your results, all your observations and measurements.
Keywords:  colleague, former, telling, his
give evidence; "he was telling on all his former colleague"
a reasonable measure for prosecutors to take
Though evidence collected in either civil of criminal proceedings in one Member State can be used by authorities in another EU State, the EU is preparing minimum common standards to improve the exchange of evidence. (See Judicial-civil: Taking of evidence, Judicial-criminal: Procedural safeguards)
Keywords:  bigger, lot, deal, otherwise
a lot bigger deal than it would otherwise be
The degree to which a probability estimate affects an eventual prediction. The Evidence classifier predicts its label values based on the sum total of evidence from each attribute. Formally, evidence is the negative log of the normalized conditional probability.
Keywords:  umbrella, opinion, covering, data, term
An umbrella term covering data and opinion.
Keywords:  justice, neutral, tool, search, useful
a useful and neutral tool in the search for justice
a major step in the field of law enforcement
an article from the Law category
an important opportunity that is a significant development in the law
The properties of code, such as a digital signature or the zone or site of its origin, that are used by security policy to grant permissions to code. See also: security policy.
Pieces of written material records, letters, notes, or work samples which are used by parents or schools in a Due Process Hearing to help show that their point of view is the right one.
Keywords:  clear
The evidence is very clear.
Keywords:  factor, way, determining, one
a determining factor one way or the other
Evidentiary