Although some of the chapters in the Handbook are mathematically challenging, the Handbook is successful in providing an introduction to a broad range of state-of-the-art quantitative
social science methods to quantitative
social scientists, applied statisticians, and graduate students.
Applicants must justify the need for this award and provide a convincing case that the proposed period of support will substantially enhance their careers as independent investigators in their chosen area of quantitative
risk assessment is an aid to judgment not a substitute for it.
While both methods give valuable quantitative
results, the disperGRADER method was able to be run quickly, allowing for greater productivity.
The final step in obtaining quantitative
results from mass spectra is data analysis that is robust and self-consistent.
If a camp asks its staff members and the parents of campers to complete a post-camp evaluation, the case study would be an excellent complement to these quantitative
data, helping validate such findings and identifying additional camper outcomes.
At that location, a compensator is introduced to provide a quantitative
Given the nature of quantitative
research, it is entirely possible to teach a quantitative
methods course with dummy data only.
The rules allow companies providing quantitative
market risk information to choose from three methods of presentation.
criteria are those measures of effectiveness that are measurable and documentable.
Kevin Sun has been named quantitative
portfolio manager at Turner Investments, an employee-owned investment-management firm.
If we attempt a global and quantitative
evaluation, the technology involved is daunting because the physical properties of the compounds are so divergent and they vary dramatically in concentration.