drylabbing
 n.— «This, arguably, begs the question and therefore may be seen by some as defending such practices as “trimming” (moving extreme data points closer to th mean) and “cooking” (selecting the best data), and who knows what other practices, stopping short of total “drylabbing.”» —“Judging the Fudging” by Ullica Segerstrale Contemporary Sociology July, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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