Pertaining to the objective nature of some variable of interest. It can be measured or counted with little ambiguity. For example, number of bathrooms, year built, additions, or size.

Number or quantity, pertaining to measurement

Quantitative (numerical) means describing the value of a quantity using numbers.

expressible as a quantity or relating to or susceptible of measurement; "export wheat without quantitative limitations"; "quantitative analysis determines the amounts and proportions of the chemical constituents of a substance or mixture"

A precise measurement or determination expressed numerically.

data that is measured or recorded using amounts, abundances or occurrences, rather than descriptions as with qualitative data.

that can be measured or assessed using numbers. An analysis based on numerical data or statistics is generally said to be quantitative. See also qualitative

Can be measured and analyzed statistically

Something measured or measurable by, or concerned with, quantity and expressed in numbers or quantities.

using numbers. i.e. more than qualitative. By actually measuring the mass of the falling body, and its surface area, as well as its rate of fall, I was able to show in a quantitative way that the effect of air resistance is to cause small compact objects to fall faster than large flat ones.

A style of portfolio construction that emphasizes a rigorously systematic, mathematical approach to asset allocation and selection. Quantitative management employs complex mathematical models to predict and analyze risk and return, thus generating the optimal selection of assets for a portfolio.

a way to describe an event or occurrence using specific values and measures typically avoiding sentiment and/or feeling. (i.e. '...a 3.4 km walk...')

Data that is a measure or count of something.

(adj.) A type of data that has numerical value. Quantitative data are further classified by the number of components and by the scales of values used (e.g., scalar, vector, or tensor).

Expressible in, or involving the measurement of, quantity or amount. [D03213] Webster

Information about the numbers of something, used for statistics

Information based on numbers or statistics

An evaluation approach involving the use and analysis of numerical data and measurement.

observations that involve measurements and numbers ("My brother is 30cm shorter than my sister," is a quantitative observation.)

Numerical values resulting from research.

Measurement of quantity - number or amount (e.g., seeds per capitula).

Expressed, analyzed, or evaluated in terms of numbers and measurements.

(methods, data, information, analysis) Evaluation methods, data, information, and/or analysis that relies primarily on numeric data and statistical analysis to determine trends and patterns CSSP Guide 6 p 56Source web site

Oriented toward numerical relationships, inclined to know or seek exact measures.

A quantitative property is one that exists in a range of magnitudes, and can therefore be measured. Measurements of any particular quantitative property are expressed as a specific quantity, referred to as a unit, multiplied by a number. Examples of physical quantities are distance, mass, and time.