of Colorado-Boulder) introduce students and researchers in the social sciences to a set of quantitative methods that could help them draw inferences about the larger population from which the data was drawn.
What does QTM stand for?
QTM stands for Quantitative Methods
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We have 13 other meanings of QTM in our Acronym Attic
- Quick Translation (Firefox add-on tool)
- Quicktime Link (file extension)
- True Heading (radiotelegraphy)
- Qaryah Thayibah Learning Community (Indonesia)
- Quality Teaching and Learning Campaign (South Africa)
- Queensland Transport and Logistics Council (Australia)
- Quantitative Testing of Liver Function
- Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (UK)
- Magnetic Heading (radiotelegraphy)
- Q-T Measured (measured Q-T interval)
- Quantum Turing Machine
- Quartet Tree Method
- Quick Timing Model
- Quick to Market
- Quoted Time and Means (information technology contracts)
- Quantum Trajectory Monte Carlo
- Queens Together Making Changes
- Queens Together Motorcycle Club (Oakland, CA)
- Queensland Transcultural Mental Health Centre (Australia)
- Quick Time Musical Instruments (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A convenience sample consisted of thirteen students (N=I3) enrolled in a quantitative methods course during a summer semester at a university located in New England.
The SAGE Handbook of Quantitative Methodology for the Social Sciences was written to introduce quantitative social scientists, applied statisticians, and graduate students to a broad range of state-of-the-art quantitative methods applicable to the social sciences.
The result--quants say--is overconfidence, a tendency to dismiss conclusions arrived at by quantitative methods, and a reluctance to recognize constraints on what is possible.
On the other hand, books emphasizing processing technology tend to be qualitative without taking quantitative methods and modeling aspects into account.
Quantitative methods should identify patterns, but then the historian should spend more time explaining what the patterns really mean.
Archaeology in the Age of the Internet (CAA 97): computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology -- proceedings of the 25th anniversary conference, University of Birmingham, April 1997 (BAR International series 750).
Don't rely on qualitative judgment - here are several quantitative methods for more reliable quality control.