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Definition of Qualitative Data

(noun) noun) Information that is subjective, is related to meaning and experience, which is represented through symbols, pictures, and words, which is analyzed using various modes of exploration.

Example of Qualitative Data

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Types of Qualitative Data

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Etymology of Qualitative Data

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Pronunciation

Pronunciation Usage Guide

Syllabification: #

Audio Pronunciation

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International Phonetic Alphabet

  • American English – /#/
  • British English – /#/

Usage Notes

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  • Sociologically problematic, common usage, whatever.
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  • A type of INSERT
  • Qualitative data is contrasted to quantitative data.
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  • Not to be confused with #.
  • Type: #
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  • Variant spelling: #
  • Variant spellings:
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  • # used in a sentence:?
  • A (noun) #ologist # (adjective) #ologic or (adjective) #ologistic or (adjective) #ological # to understand # (adverb) #ologically.

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Works Consulted

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