Definitions for "survey "
To view with a scrutinizing eye; to examine.
To examine with reference to condition, situation, value, etc.; to examine and ascertain the state of; as, to survey a building in order to determine its value and exposure to loss by fire.
To determine the form, extent, position, etc., of, as a tract of land, a coast, harbor, or the like, by means of linear and angular measurments, and the application of the principles of geometry and trigonometry; as, to survey land or a coast.
to ask someone questions in order to collect data needed to analyze an idea or product
A survey is a systematic method for gathering information from a sample of people for the purposes of constructing quantitative descriptors of the attributes of the larger population of which they are member . Before an election, pollsters question a sample of voters to determine how the public perceives the candidates and the issues (17).
In marketing terms, a structured gathering of information on preferences or opinions from potential or actual customers.
To inspect, or take a view of; to view with attention, as from a high place; to overlook; as, to stand on a hill, and survey the surrounding country.
A nursing home inspection.
Pre-move inspection at origin address to determin extent of moving requirements, volumes etc.
a thorough examination of the property including its structure. This can identify any potential problems.
To look at or examine something carefully, usually done by an expert.
A survey is performed by the booking agent to examine your goods in order to develop an estimate of move charges. See also Estimate.
This term also means the same as Quick Turnaround Surveys, but has been abbreviated herein as “Survey.” A survey identifies both the locations, quantity, and condition of ACM in the building(s), structures, or products being surveyed.
The method of determining the location of suspect or verified mined areas and further determining through survey methods the perimeters of the actual mined area. This is undertaken by use of three levels of survey: Level one : General Survey Level two : Technical Survey Level three : Completion Survey.
(see Certificate of Location)
Français : Enquête Deutsch : Erhebung, Befragung
An investigation that I personally did of the wireless networks in the area defined in this article. My survey was accomplished using a program called Network Stumbler, which records the information that wireless access points broadcast. I simply drove around this specific area with a laptop computer running the software in my vehicle.
Investigation of the remains of human culture by the discovery of artifacts and features on the ground surface; refers to sites and regions
The process of obtaining information in an orderly manner
Orderly process of determining data relating to any physical or chemical characteristics of the Earth. The associated data obtained in a survey. An organization engaged in making a survey.
Survey is a nearly complete list of your system's configuration files. It also lists installed packages, hardware info, dmesg output, etc. The resulting printout is 25-50 pages in size, fully documenting your system. Survey is invaluable after a blown install or upgrade when it is too late to get this information. Large organizations could use survey to document every Linux system.
A process of gathering information to determine whether or not there is a training need. They are often used to collect information related to a Training Needs Analysis.
(noun) A detailed study, as by gathering information and analyzing it.
A form generated by WebQ for gathering data. This term is used generically to cover both quizzes and surveys.
The application of one RIC method to one taxonomic group for one season.
As frequently used in ecological science, to conduct a rigorous study of certain aspects of nature, such as the kind, abundance, or distribution of various organisms residing in some defined study area.
A study of all or a portion of the whole, conducted for the purpose of making generalized statements about the whole.
Keywords:  truereq, administer, lets, tool, get
A TRUEreq tool which lets users create and administer surveys to anyone who can get on the web.
Keywords:  pda, research, detail, focus, exploring
Researchers record in detail an organized set of information on the nature of that which they are exploring.
The most widely used set of methods in market research. Surveys can be conducted by mail, face-to-face, telephone, email, PDA, web, observation, focus groups, content analysis or other methods.
Researchers record in detail an or...
Keywords:  marine, see
see marine survey.
Keywords:  logging, oil, industry, well, operation
Oil-industry term used for the performance or result of a well-logging operation.
Keywords:  alone, taken, stand, available, sales
Survey calls during sales or stand alone surveys are taken by Available Communications.
Keywords:  capital, savings
Survey Of Savings Capital
Keywords:  view, above, act, general
The act of surveying; a general view, as from above.