methodological analysis

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Noun1.methodological analysis - the branch of philosophy that analyzes the principles and procedures of inquiry in a particular disciplinemethodological analysis - the branch of philosophy that analyzes the principles and procedures of inquiry in a particular discipline
epistemology - the philosophical theory of knowledge
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The methodological evaluation of the clinical OM trials occurred in three stages: (1) Methodological analysis of the clinical trials and (2) Evaluation of methodological quality using the Downs and Black Quality Checklist (DBQC) [8] and the Jadad scale [9].
Ink-jet printing as foil or representational counterpoint to painterly abstraction is not uncommon in art today (Albert Oehlen, Pieter Schoolwerth, and Laura Owens come to mind), but digital process as a means of amping up and re-rendering the fluid application of paint is still sufficiently surprising, or perverse, as to prompt material and methodological analysis. Once done, what we're left with is a series of inventive, decorative tableaux that extract a potent frisson from a formalist repertoire expanded and complicated by the interplay of real and fake facture.
Her methodological analysis of diaries is excellent and argues for understanding diaries not as a text but as an activity.
The book then turns to methodological analysis, including structural identifiability, parameter sensitivity, parameter estimation, hypothesis testing, experiment optimization, and model reduction.
The collection is organized both thematically and loosely chronologically; the six essays in part 1, "Texts," provide textual analysis of individual works as they move back in time from Vizenor's recent publications, while the seven essays in part 2, "Contexts" move forward in time as they expand the focus outward from single texts to broader methodological analysis and comparative studies.
Perhaps surprisingly for an archivist who spends her day classifying documents, I am uncomfortable with sociological categories applied to groups, and so read the methodological analysis of the classification of gender regimes with some skepticism.
It is a rare scholar who, in addition to being expert in her discipline, can also move the field forward in methodological analysis and in pedagogical praxis.