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an·a·lyt·ic

 (ăn′ə-lĭt′ĭk) or an·a·lyt·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to analysis or analytics.
b. Expert in or using analysis, especially in thinking: an analytic mind; an analytic approach. See Synonyms at logical.
2. Dividing into elemental parts or basic principles.
3. Reasoning or acting from a perception of the parts and interrelations of a subject: "Many of the most serious pianists have turned toward more analytic playing, with a renewed focus on the architecture and ideas of music" (Annalyn Swan).
4. Logic Following necessarily; tautologous: an analytic truth.
5. Mathematics
a. Using, subjected to, or capable of being subjected to a methodology involving algebra or other methods of mathematical analysis.
b. Proving a known truth by reasoning from that which is to be proved.
6. Linguistics Expressing a grammatical function by using two or more words instead of an inflected form: Vietnamese is an analytic language.

[Medieval Latin analyticus, from Greek analutikos, from analūein, to resolve; see analysis.]

an′a·lyt′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.analytical - using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles); "an analytic experiment"; "an analytic approach"; "a keenly analytic man"; "analytical reasoning"; "an analytical mind"
2.analytical - of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience; "`all spinsters are unmarried' is an analytic proposition"
logic - the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
a priori - involving deductive reasoning from a general principle to a necessary effect; not supported by fact; "an a priori judgment"
deductive - involving inferences from general principles
logical - capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning; "a logical mind"

analytical

analytic

analytical

adjective
Able to reason validly:
Translations
تَحْليلي
analytický
greinandi
analytický
çözümsel

analytical

[ˌænəˈlɪtɪkəl]
A. ADJanalítico
an analytical minduna mente analítica
B. CPD analytical psychology Npsicología f analítica

analytical

[ˌænəˈlɪtɪkəl] adj
[approach, technique, tools] → analytique; [person, mind] → analytique; [reading, study] → analytique
analytical psychology → psychologie analytique
(using chemical analysis) [research] → par analyse chimique

analytical

adjanalytisch; you should try to be more analyticalSie sollten versuchen, etwas analytischer vorzugehen; he hasn’t got a very analytical minder kann nicht analytisch denken

analytical

[ˌænəˈlɪtɪkl] analytic [ˌænəˈlɪtɪk] adjanalitico/a

analysis

(əˈnӕləsis) plural aˈnalyses (-siːz) noun
1. (a) detailed examination of something (a sentence, a chemical compound etc) especially by breaking it up into the parts of which it is made up. The chemist is making an analysis of the poison; close analysis of the situation.
2. (especially American) psycho-analysis. He is undergoing analysis for his emotional problems.
analyse (ˈӕnəlaiz) , (American) analyze verb
to examine the nature of (something) especially by breaking up (a whole) into parts. The doctor analysed the blood sample.
analyst (ˈӕnəlist) noun
1. a person who analyses. a chemical analyst.
2. (especially American) a psychiatrist.
analytical (ӕnəˈlitikl) adjective
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Although there is an instrument that could be considered similar to the current proposal known as the STROBE initiative, which has been widely disseminated in various journals, it is important to note that the STROBE Declaration is aimed at articles made with the three most important designs of observational analytical epidemiology: Cohort studies, case-control studies and cross-sectional studies.
This 516 page compendium is comprised of ten chapters organized into five major sections: An introduction to the basic study designs in analytical epidemiology; Measures of disease occurrence and association; Threats to validity and issues of interpretation; Dealing with threats to validity; Issues of reporting and application of epidemiologic results.
* Analytical epidemiology is concerned with assessing the associations between exposures and disease (or another health outcome), which associations may provide further insights into the causes of a disease and lead to prevention strategies.

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