Definitions for "Quantitative research"
a methodology usually referring to the collection and analysis of numerical data; positivist epistemology through use of census data and survey research.
Use of advanced econometric and mathematical valuation models to identify the firms with the best possible prospectives. Antithesis of qualitative research.
Methods of research can be broadly divided into qualitative and quantitative. the basic difference is that quantitative research reports findings as numbers, while qualitative research reports them as words. The main quantitative research technique is the survey, with all its variants. There's a much wider variety of qualitative techniques - see the separate glossary for qualitative research.
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Scientific investigations in which numbers are used to measure variables such as characteristics, concepts, or things (CINAHL Subject Headings, 1990)
Information about markets and viewers that focuses on the relative size of audiences.
a systematic attempt to define, measure, and report on the relationships between various elements.