Involving the measurement of quantity or amount.
observations that involve measurements and numbers ("My brother is 30cm shorter than my sister," is a quantitative observation.)
Expressed in numerical values. See qualitative.
Traits that show a continuous variation in phenotype over a range.
relating to quantity
Can be expressed as a number or quantity
descriptive of size, magnitude or degree
Elements of the domain set are ordered numerically and equally spaced. This data type subsumes the interval and ratio data types of Stevens 13 It includes both discrete values (eg, number of children) or continuous values (eg, height). Much of the work in medical data presentation has focused on this type of data.
Analysis which determines the amount or quantity of each ingredient of a substance, by weight or by volume; contrasted with qualitative analysis.
relating to number or amount.
Something you can give meaning or value to by giving it a number, such as pregnancy rate. See also risk. Opposite to qualitative.
maps portray numerical information, such as numbers of crimes in an area or crime rates.
or probabilistic, evaluation, that aims to evaluate in terms of probabilities the extent to which some of the attributes are satisfied; those attributes are then viewed as measures.
A term to describe a bid if it is natural, limited, and non-forcing.
variable Count variable Interval or continuous variables
variables that have numbers associated with them, such as height, weight, or annual income. Arithmetic operations can be performed on the values of these variables.
Chemical analysis to determine the amounts of proportions of a mixture.
using numbers. ie more than qualitative.
Relating to the number of different components. Quantitative analysis methods are designed to measure amounts/numbers.
expressible as a quantity or relating to or susceptible of measurement; "export wheat without quantitative limitations"; "quantitative analysis determines the amounts and proportions of the chemical constituents of a substance or mixture"
relating to the measurement of quantity; "quantitative studies"
(of verse) having a metric system based on relative duration of syllables; "in typical Greek and Latin verse of the classical period the rhymic system is based on some arrangement of long and short elements"
A quantitative property can be meaningfully measured using numbers; properties which aren't quantitative are called qualitative. Examples of quantitative properties include:* the number of grains of sand on a beach,* the width of a hair, and* the time for a hammer to fall a certain distance.