Types of Quantitative

Case Study

However, when "case" is used in an abstract sense, as in a claim, a proposition, or an argument, such a case can be the subject of many research methods, not just case study research. Case studies may involve both qualitative and quantitative research methods.

Char - a Single Character

Character, in biology, any observable feature, or trait, of an organism, whether acquired or inherited. An acquired character is a response to the environment; an inherited character is produced by genes transmitted from parent to offspring (their expressions are often modified by environmental conditions).

Double - a Double-Precision Floating Point Value

Double-precision floating-point format is a computer number format, usually occupying 64 bits in computer memory; it represents a wide dynamic range of numeric values by using a floating radix point.

Ethnography

Qualitative vs. quantitative Q: Jim asks, “Am I correct in saying that the primary difference in purpose between qualitative research and quantitative research is the focus on understanding one individual (or small group) in depth as a key source of knowledge, versus understanding at a ‘shallow,’ supposedly more

Float - Floating Point Value

The term floating point is derived from the fact that there is no fixed number of digits before and after the decimal point; that is, the decimal point can float. There are also representations in which the number of digits before and after the decimal point is set, called fixed-pointrepresentations.

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Grounded Theory

Overall Doing Quantitative Grounded Theory provides assistance for the new user of grounded theory but excitingly provides a new avenue for grounded theorists everywhere. We all know and have internalized the idea that ‘all is data’ however few of us have seriously entertained the idea that a grounded theory

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int - Integer: a Whole Number

Walk through the difference between whole numbers & integers. For example, is the number -8 a whole number? Is it an integer?

Narrative

Narrative research is a term that subsumes a group of approaches that in turn rely on the written or spoken words or visual representation of individuals. These approaches typically focus on the lives of individuals as told through their own stories. The emphasis in such approaches is on the story, typically both what and how is narrated.

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Phenomenological

Quantitative Phenomenology with Raven’s Eye. The first few publications and presentations discussing Quantitative Phenomenology largely defined and described its procedures according to the practical actions involved in utilizing multiple software programs.

Void

Use of Single Voided Urine Samples to Estimate Quantitative Proteinuria. Jay M. Ginsberg, M.D., Bruce S. Chang, M.D., Richard A. Matarese, M.D., and Serafino Garella, M.D.

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