- Apr 14, 2021 · Quantitative data is data that can be quantified. It can be counted or measured, and given a numerical value. Quantitative data lends itself to statistical analysis, while qualitative data is grouped according to themes. Quantitative data can be discrete or continuous.
- Quantitative data can be collected by surveys or questionnaires, pretests and posttests, observation, or review of existing documents and databases or by gathering clinical data. Surveys may be self- or interviewer-administered and conducted face-to-face or by telephone, by mail, or online.
- Quantitative data. Quantitative data is all about numbers. When people talk about "big data," they're talking about quantitative data—exact, scientific, precise. Black or white, quantitative data is straightforward, although the interpretation of quantitative data can be manipulated—think statistics.

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