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Antonyms for quantitative

expressible as a quantity or relating to or susceptible of measurement

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(of verse) having a metric system based on relative duration of syllables

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Developed by KAIST researchers, a thin flexible capacitive goosebump patch can measure the degree of human emotion quantitatively.
Total quantity or scope: The subject of the public contract is the delivery of medical equipment listed asortymentowo and quantitatively in Annex 2 to the ToR, who is also a form of price.
Now, a new study outlines a procedure for quantitatively comparing different crowd models, which also helps to compare these models with real-world data.
This formula enables glycolignin reactions (including color formation) to be described quantitatively and kinetically.
In addition to NCI, which quantitatively measures the policy environment, we are also using API, which is a more qualitative, subjective index that examines a range of issues, including stigma, discrimination, and access to services.
The logic of autopoeisis--to create art from art's own inventory--extends to the gallery space that is used quantitatively, as a breeding ground, a territory to be straggled with and conquered.
It also says: "The auditor plans the audit to obtain reasonable assurance of detecting misstatements that he or she believes could be large enough, individually or in the aggregate, to be quantitatively material to the financial statements.
Another widow, symbol of both the fragility of life and real poverty, gives more sacrificially than those whose gifts are, in comparison, quantitatively astronomical.
NIST researchers are developing atomic force acoustic microscopy (AFAM) methods to quantitatively determine the elastic properties of thin films.
As the Pentagon acknowledged: "China is in the midst of a ballistic-missile modernization program that is improving its force, both qualitatively and quantitatively, in all classes of missiles.
Quantitatively, there's not that large of a response.
The new system, which is based on ASTM E2081, a Risk Based Corrective Action (RBCA) standard set by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), can quantitatively assess the risk of contamination.
Thus, not all genes associated with inflammation are defined as such in GO, and none are quantitatively associated.
The newly developed trapped gas algorithm in the software allows diecasters to quantitatively evaluate casting quality by identifying areas of potential trapped gas in the cavity.