Guidance for the data to be collected is of limited help and usually unreferenced; for example, the following is stated for the number of individual specimens to be used in verification of a reference interval: "For verifying a proposed reference interval: 20 points For creating or changing a reference interval: Minimum of 120 points.
What does NISP stand for?
NISP stands for Number of Individual Specimens (also seen as Number of Identified Specimens)
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We have 39 other meanings of NISP in our Acronym Attic
- Northern Ireland Sex Offender Strategic Management Committee (Belfast, Ireland, UK)
- National Individual Security Program
- National Industrial Security Program
- National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (UK)
- Navy Integrated Space Program
- Network Information Service Plus (extension of NIS)
- Neutron Instrument Simulation Package
- No Immediate State Prison (criminal justice)
- Nuclear Information Systems Project (United Kingdom)
- Number of Identified Specimens (also seen as Number of Individual Specimens)
- Nutrition Services Incentive Program (formerly Nutrition Program for the Elderly)
- NUWEP (Nuclear Weapons Employment Policy) Intelligence Support Plan (US DoD)
- Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration (Slovakia)
- Nijmegen Institute for Scientist-Practitioners in Addiction (Nijmegen, Netherlands)
- Northern Illinois Scholastic Press Association
- Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe
- Nature-Inspired Systems for Parallel, Asynchronous and Decentralised Environments (symposium)
- National Institute for Standards in Pharmacist Credentialing (Mount Prospect, IL)
- Negev Institute for Strategies of Peace and Development (Beer Sheva, Israel)
- National Insurance Services to Pensions Industry (Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs; UK)
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This measure of genetic similarity was chosen due to the small number of individual specimens examined.