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exploratively

(ɪkˈsplɒrətɪvlɪ)
adv
in an explorative manner
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Statistical significance testing was done exploratively without analysis for multiple testing.
Confirmatory analysis of exploratively obtained factor structures.
This function has seven dimensions with several possible variables, amongst them the so-called "user function." Users can read a work of digital literature either "textonically," adding, modifying, or deleting textons; "configuratively," configuring the projection of the textons into scriptons; and "exploratively" or "unspedfically," when they are just interpreting the text or sounding it out in order to determine its size and qualities, for example.
Focus groups were chosen as a research methodology because they allow themes to emerge more exploratively than is possible by semi-structured interviewing.
Hence, the codings were exploratively and iteratively clustered according to functions and relationships until a saturation point was reached and a number of different types of audience participation eventually crystallized.
Calculations of significance compared to baseline values were done exploratively at a level of 5%.
"Confirmatory Analysis of Exploratively Obtained Factor Structures," Educational and Psychological Measurement, (61:5), 2001, pp.
Rather, Ishmael's insistently disruptive narrative tropes: [sic] moves exploratively back and forth, like the "deviouscruising" Rachel in search of her orphaned sons, between event and meditation, willing to let the "irrelevant," the accidental, "play" in the process and, in so doing, undermining symbolic readings.
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