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quantitative

(kwont?i-tat'iv) [L. quantitativus, pert. to quantity]
1. Pert. to measurement.
2. Capable of being counted.
See: qualitative
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The final type of quantitative research discussed in this article is the nonexperimental design.
He said consumers, meanwhile, will cut consumption to prepare for retirement, as low interest rates and rising real estate costs as a consequence of any quantitative easing will make them uneasy.
These factors make quantitative data collection and analysis vital tools in Gallup's customer engagement approach.
* MBA students who are studying business management courses and want to understand the potential of quantitative techniques in business environment.
Qualitative methods are mostly inductive in nature and are often used to generate a hypothesis or theory whereas quantitative methods which are deductive in nature are used to test the hypothesis or theory and to quantify and measure the variables.
German export firms such as Siemens, Bosch, Villeroy and Boch--and even the less price-sensitive luxury car makers such as Mercedes Benz and BMW--were caught in the crossfire between Japanese monetary aggression on the one hand and the Bundesbank's quantitative easing intransigence on the other.
In both talks and seminars, quantitative research and qualitative research are covered not in isolation from one another but together as coworking insighting methods.
The software can be used to design, refine and optimize Selected Reaction Monitoring (SRM) / Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) and Full Scan MS and MS/MS quantitative methods based on protein sequences and user-defined rules.
Thus, moderate quantitative VWF deficient samples were misinterpreted as qualitative defects on 30/334 occasions (9% error rate); 17% of these errors were due to laboratories misinterpreting their own data, which was instead consistent with quantitative deficiencies.
Few years ago, the concern of the policy makers in educational system in Iran was the quantitative development of education and it included two important issues: one was increasing the accessibility to the education from all over the country and the other was the equal access to the education, but in recent years, these concerns turned into "quality development" from "access to education".
While this line of research remains a crucial component of research on the Diaspora, embracing quantitative techniques, particularly within our Black Studies graduate curricula, provides students with more tools for examining their research.
Quantitative research for the qualitative researcher.