How do scientists collect data?
Scientists perform experiments to collect data.
Scientists collect data, in all sorts of ways using computer models math observing data, it all depends what kind of scientist.
There is only one way not to collect data. The only way that is not a good way to collect data is theory development.
Non-scientists provide additional sources of data that scientists can use.
organize and collect data
Scientists make observations to help them make a hypothesis or collect data during an experiment.
it is by using statistics/
Scientists make observations.
They can use statistics. Scientists analyze the data that they collect using either quantitative or qualitative methods. Quantitative methods use statistics. Qualitative methods use methods such as comparison or categorization of the data.
They are proving their work so that other scientists know what they are doing.
Scientists sent an unmanned space craft to Mars to collect data.
in the field, scientists have the opportunity to collect data in an original setting in the labrotory, scientists have the opportunity to collect data in a controlled enviroment. unlike the field the labrotory allows scientists to control conditions like temperature, lightning, and even the surrounding air.
investigate behavior experimenting
it is called data
experiment !! ... i think lol :)
investigate behavior experimenting
Space probes offer scientists instruments that can collect data, but has no human crew.
i dont know really
i meant by 'scientists'.... they can be used to create blueprints, and to collect data. =)
1. data 2. samples from experiments 3. ?
Its called Data I
Scientists pursue the study of the health of planet earth in Antarctica. Scientists working in Antarctica, collect data to study the health of planet earth.
Scientists collect data about the amount of water vapour in the air because if there is a lot of water vapour, they can tell you that it might be humid, or that it is going to rain, or if there is barley any, you can breathe more lightly, HOPE THAT HELPS:)
Scientists are often trying to find out whether certain factors changed or remained the same.
most scientists and engineers use the metric system to collect data and preform experiments.
1) by testing there theory by experimenting it 2)getting it from other scientists 3)by accident
ice core data
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They do it with a chart called marytlifoses which helps them out by putting their information together
Satilights take pictures of the galaxy, and scientists make hypothesizes.
scientist do to collect data or hypothesis,easy way was reaserch about a specific thing or doing an experimentation,observation,then their we have the proven hypothesis right...... Waka-waka_01
Grab a burger! xD. Make observations and test them out and then create a theory
satellites, spaceships, astronauts and everything else into space
Through personal experience and previous observations and experiments.
The temperatrue and water speed.
Depending on the experiment, scientists collect an array of information. The information, also known as data, can be put into two categories... Qualitative: descriptions rather than measurements. Or Quantitative: recorded measurements.
Remote sensing is the small- or large-scale acquisition of information of an object or phenomenon, by the use of either recording or real-time sensing device(s) to collect data in inaccessible areas etc.
Scientists theorize about the universe by using telescopes and sending spacecraft to other planets.
They make experimental condensation of the eutrofication. ! ;)
yes because its silly up there
the method of a science project of earthquakes
Scientists funded to address questions about the health of planet earth work temporarily in Antarctica in order to collect the raw data needed to answer their question.
Observation helps scientists gather an collect data, which without, their experiment(s) could not exist
What is it called when scientists collect data from a small group and generalize their conclusions to a large group?
Sampling. just did that today in science.
Ask a question. Collect information. Form a hypothesis. Perform an experiment. Collect data and analyze data. Interpret data. If data support your hypothesis, draw conclusions. If they don't, form a new hypothesis and re-do the process. Publish your results. Repeat experiments.