(redirected from qualitative)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to qualitative: qualitative variable
QUALQualified for All Types of Duty (US Navy)
References in periodicals archive ?
The inner diversity of qualitative studies combined with the fact that they tend to be implicit regarding their assumptions and methodological choices is troublesome.
The talk focused on the challenges of model-based reasoning and qualitative simulation at massive scale.
f)Share the preliminary results and discuss outline of the report of the qualitative research Preliminary findings and outline of the report of the qualitative research
This general introduction is not meant to be complete and comprehensive in scope, but rather it is meant to provide the foundation for understanding qualitative techniques and how they are applied based on modern scientific principles.
Turning to the field of qualitative inquiry is useful because qualitative researchers challenge desires for absolute certainty.
Wiles' work covers informed consent, anonymity and conformity, risk and safety, and contemporary issues involving information sharing, e-research and other contemporary concerns of qualitative research ethics.
Factors to consider include the costs to implement the qualitative assessment process, unclear outcomes of the qualitative assessment, moving in and out of the qualitative assessment from period to period, the ability to repurpose other valuations, and uncertainty around IPR&D
Too often students assume that there is a major difference between quantitative and qualitative methods.
Writing about qualitative research can be challenging in some ways because qualitative approaches (also referred to as traditions or methods) originated from a variety of disciplines, and the varying approaches use a wide range of processes and methods to answer their questions.
Dan Weber, president and CEO of Itracks, said, "AskingCanadians and EMI's reach coupled with Focus Forward and Schlesinger's experience in the qualitative space will offer our community members unmatched recruiting capabilities.
Sociologists and other social scientists who work among clinical researchers, clinicians, and bench scientists in health care settings offer advice and warning for people who are called on to commission, conduct, or use qualitative health research.
Qualitative methods use nonnumeric data to understand people's opinions, motives, understanding, and beliefs about events or phenomena that could affect perceptions about exposure to environmental agents.
Full browser ?