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quantitative data

Numeric data. Quantitative data are much easier to analyze than qualitative data, which are descriptive and open to interpretation. See quantitative and quantization.
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Plan is looking for a Lead Global Consultant and a Quantitative Data Consultant based in the UK, to carry out the Y3E between November 2013 and May2014, involving coordination and support of country-level Consultants managed by Plan Country Offices (COs) in the nine countries.
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