In qualitative research, the researcher is an instrument. He interacts andcollaborates with the participants, and he gathers data by himself. However, in quantitative research, the researcher is nonexistent he uses instruments to collect data and does not interact with his participants.
Qualitative is more of characteristics of the organism and Quantitative is more of a measurement value or number related.
is age a quantitave or qualitative data?
There are several different types of data. Some include qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative is data that is not numeric and quantitative data is numerical.
Quantitative observations are measurements, giving numerical answers. Qualitative ones produce simple descriptions, e.g. bubbles.
Qualitative analysis is to determine the type of gass is in a gas mixture. Quantitative determines the amount (concentration) of the different gases in the gas mixture
Quantitative researchIn the social sciences, quantitative research refers to the systematic empirical investigation of social phenomena via statistical, mathematical or computational techniques. The objective of quantitative research is to develop and employ mathematical models, theories and/or hypotheses pertaining to phenomena.Qualitative researchQualitative research is a method of inquiry employed in many different academic disciplines, traditionally in the social sciences, but also in market research and further contexts. Qualitative researchers aim to gather an in-depth understanding of human behavior and the reasons that govern such behavior. The qualitative method investigates the why and how of decision making
A qualitative change is a transformation of one thing to a different kind of thing. Making flour out of grain is a qualitative change. A quantitative change is a change in the amount of something. Changing 5 pounds of grain to 2 pounds of grain is quantitative.
A quantitative aspect is something that can be expressed as a number such as mass or temperature. A qualitative aspect is something that can only be expressed by descriptive words. Such aspects include color and texture.
Qualitative - refers to presence or absence of any element or compoundQuantitative - refers to how much the amount of the present element or compound is there.its no different for grade 7 or 8 !! :)
A qualitative observation merely indicates that the subject possesses a certain quality, for example "this water is salty". A quantitative observation takes a measurement of the quality, for example "this salty water has a concentration of 10% salt".
ha ha... it could be either. Qualitative would be if you did a taste test to see if the green liquid (hopefully kool-aid) tasted good to different people. Quantitative would be if you measured how much of the green liquid there was. It isn't inherently either one, as qualitative and quantitative describe types of data, rather than things such as colored liquids of unidentified origin.
Qualitative research is generally based on different paradigms (pozitivist, post-pozitivist, constructivist etc.) but Quantitative research is generally based on pozitivism (or newer version of it is post -pozitivizm, for example critical realism).
Temperature is just a quantitative measure. It can be done in different units such as centigrade, Fahrenheit , kelvin etc. Quality can be associated with heat( not often done). Heat is called low grade energy because it cannot be completely converted into work.
The two main forms of statistics are qualitative (descriptive) statistics and quantitative (inferential or inductive) statistics.
well quantitative is a a observation using numbers and qualitative observation is a observation with quality ex. quantitative when i was looking at the gas price it went up 10% ex. qualitative wow i saw a greenish orange bird fly around the school
According to scientists, the different types of scientific observations include natural and staged observations as well as quantitative and qualitative observations.
Density is qualitative. Density is a quality that all mass holds, and different atoms hold a different density quality. However no matter how much of an element/compound that you have, the density will never be different because density is a quality no a quantity.
Both have a concern to find the best data about a situation or group, even if that data is different, something i call the 'thirt for knowledge' similarity.
There are a variety of types of research. These include quantitative research, qualitative research, pragmatic research, as well as participatory research.
Observations can be Quantitative and or Qualitative. Quantitative observations are made objectively and are measurements and factual observations. eg "The plank is 3 feet long and rough sawn".Qualitative observations are subjective and may not be factual. eg. "The plank is a pretty colour and feels furry".
Qualitative observation is becoming aware of an object/event by using properties related to numbers and/or measurements. Weight, height, etc. Anything measured with a numeric value is considered qualitative. Quantitative observation is identifying objects according to characteristics that cannot be easily measured or counted. Cloudiness, texture, smell, etc. are all different things that fit into the category.
In quantitative analyses, we use wider slit width to let the slit more brightness, to improve the sensitive of detection. In qualitative analysis, we use narrow slit to get higher resolution, avoid other light influence and to detect the specific light wavelength.
It is qualitative data such as male or female, red hair or black. This different than quantitative data such as inches of rain or gallons of milk.
Question: What is the difference between qualitative and quantitative observations and methods and what are some examples of each? Answer: From Wikipedia for QUALITATIVE Qualitative research is one of the two major approaches to research methodology in social sciences. Qualitative research involves an indepth understanding of human behaviour and the reasons that govern human behaviour. Unlike quantitative research, qualitative research relies on reasons behind various aspects of behaviour. Simply put, it investigates the why and how of decision making, as compared to what, where, and when of quantitative research. Hence, the need is for smaller but focused samples rather than large random samples, which qualitative research categorizes data into patterns as the primary basis for organizing and reporting results. From Wikipedia for QUANTITATIVE Quantitative research is the systematic scientific investigation of quantitative properties and phenomena and their relationships. Quantitative research is widely used in both the natural and social sciences, from physics and biology to sociology and journalism. It is also used as a way to research different aspects of education. The objective of quantitative research is to develop and employ mathematical models, theories and hypotheses pertaining to natural phenomena. The process of measurement is central to quantitative research because it provides the fundamental connection between empirical observation and mathematical expression of quantitative relationships. The term quantitative research is most often used in the social sciences in contrast to qualitative research. Examples of qualitative statements/observations: The freezing point of water is colder than the boiling point. The sun is very bright. A liter of water is heavier than a liter of ethanol. Examples of quantitative statements/observations: The freezing point of water is 0 °C and the boiling point is 100 °C. The sun's intensity on earth is 100 W m-2. A liter of water weighs 1000 grams and a liter of ethanol weighs 789 grams. Above retrieved from Answers.com
When you start to think about your research methodology, you need to think about the differences between qualitative and quantitative research.Qualitative research explores attitudes, behaviour and experiences through such methods as interviews or focus groups. It attempts to get an in-depth opinion from participants. As it is attitudes, behaviour and experiences which are important, fewer people take part in the research, but the contact with these people tends to last a lot longer. Under the umbrella of qualitative research there are many different methodologies.Quantitative research generates statistics through the use of large-scale survey research, using methods such as questionnaires or structured interviews. If a market researcher has stopped you on the streets, or you have filled in a questionnaire which has arrived through the post, this falls under the umbrella of quantitative research. This type of research reaches many more people, but the contact with those people is much quicker than it is in qualitative research.