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Analysis

The practice of examining information to determine what conclusions it indicates,. The information observed in analysis depends on the type of analysis being conducted. For example, technical analysis uses statistics to determine future price movements of securities, while fundamental analysis looks at indicators of a company's intrinsic value. Analysis may involve qualitative or quantitative information, or both. Most forms of analysis have both strengths and weaknesses.
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The study revealed that less analytically mature firms are much more likely to perceive their data sources as accurate and reliable than organizations with more developed analytic capabilities.
Contract award notice: delivery, installation and support of a computer system for accounting economically, analytically and budget for purchase-and, liabilities-, storage, billing, hr and project management, which will meet the specific requirements of the consolidated laws on the accounting status (ar 17.
Their text is organized in eleven chapters, focusing on a wide variety of related concepts, including the analytical frame of mind, reading analytically, responding to traditional writing assignments from an analytical perspective, and a great many more.
Macedonia needs a serious and analytically designed election project that would solve all ambiguities, she argues.
He also develops Mellin transform techniques used to evaluate said integrals analytically and express the results either as infinite series or as sums of generalized hypergeometric functions.
In contrast to the synthetically narrative images of the boutique, far closer to film stills than documentary photos, the Slaves are (with the exception of one almost full-length portrait of the Rebellious Slave barely emerging from stone and shadows alike) analytically fragmented into close-ups of heads, torsos, and lower limbs.
The whole subject of racial profiling is heavily emotion-laden and analytically complex.
The tension between the churches' responsibilities and contractual obligations as a service provider in a particular political and economic context, with its commitment to being an agent of social justice, advocacy, and responsive action for the disadvantaged and the marginalized is analytically presented.
The Word Masters Challenge is a national competition for students in grades 3-8 that encourages higher level word comprehension and logical abilities and helps students learn to think both analytically and metaphorically.
A compilation of data for 50 oxide ceramics was constructed, and the data were analyzed in the context of a suitable model expressing the simultaneous dependence on porosity and temperature analytically.
Kerrey kept talking analytically about all the ways in which Bradley should have been more aggressive in taking