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Quantitative research

Use of advanced econometric and mathematical valuation models to identify the firms with the best possible prospectives. Antithesis of qualitative research.

Quantitative Research

Economic and/or market research in areas directly related to mathematical data. Quantitative research is based exclusively on facts such a P/E ratios, GDP growth, and other data that are objectively measurable when recommending investment decisions to clients or brokers. See also: Qualitative research.
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Cho thought of a method to measure emotional response quantitatively and came up with the idea of the goosebump patch, capable of reading the signs of emotional response from the audience members' skin.
That is, the financial statements of each of the most quantitatively significant (based on dollar magnitude) funds must be presented in a separate column.
Quantitatively small misstatements are material under certain circumstances and must be evaluated according to certain qualitative factors.
Our long-standing partnership with Paradigm has enabled us to bring to the minerals industry quantitatively integrated 3D interpretation of geological, geophysical, geochemical, and geotechnical data to support critical exploration and geotechnical business decisions.
Key comparisons, organized by the consultative committees of the CIPM, have the purpose of quantitatively establishing the level of agreement between the national measurement standards of signatories to the Treaty of the Metre, forming the basis for reducing technical-barriers-to-trade, and easing access by U.
replies: "If you go through the math quantitatively, the angular momentum for the climbers requires a pound or so of force over the one-week travel time, and we do that easily with our many tons of material in the anchor and the counterweight.
This test will quantitatively measure free (non-adsorbed) wet end starch, including starch from the broke.
By measuring the color change pattern, the researchers can identify a contaminant both qualitatively and quantitatively,
He noted that dissolved hydrogen in aluminum can be accurately and quantitatively measured, but measurement alone is of little value to foundries.
The Claros device will enable the physician to quantitatively analyze a blood sample in the office, allowing completion of the examination within the timeframe of the visit.
Accordingly, the device can detect and quantitatively measure minute lesions that are hardly detectable with the conventional PET device.
During his tenure as Physicist to the National League in 1987, Adair reported on the elements of baseball that can be described quantitatively.