analytic study

an·a·lyt·ic stud·y

in epidemiology, a study designed to examine associations, commonly putative or hypothesized causal relationships; usually concerned with identifying or measuring the effects of risk factors or with the health effects of specific exposures. Overall, a vague term preferably avoided.
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