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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} deneysel

Halen bu konuda herhangi bir deneysel araştırma yapılmamıştır. - As of yet there has been no empirical research done on this subject.

tecrübeye dayanan
(Tıp) deneyerek
(Biyokimya) gözleme dayalı

Ampirik veriler yalnızca gözleme dayanır. - Empirical data is based solely on observation.

(Tıp) Gözlem ve deneylere dayanılarak ileri sürülen
empiricallydeneysel olarak
empirical equation
ampirik denklem
empirical functional
(Bilgisayar) görgül işlev
empirical functional
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) görgül işlevsi
empirical model
ampirik model
empirical study
ampirik çalışma
empirical formula
ampirik formül
empirical formula
deneysel formül
empirical research
deneysel araştırma
empirical formulare
ampirik Formulare
empirical model
Deneysel model

Such empirical models are simply regression analyses between input and output parameters, such as primary production and secondary production.

empirical probability
ampirik olasılık, görgül olasılık
empirical test
Ampirik test, görgül test, tecrübe etmek için yapılan test
empirical construct
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ampirik kurgu
empirical curve
(Matematik) ampirik eğri
empirical curve
(Matematik) görgül eğri
empirical data
ampirik veriler
empirical data
görgül veriler
empirical formula
amprik formül
empirical function
(Matematik) ampirik fonksiyon
empirical functional
gorgul islevsi
empirical law of effect
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ampirik etki yasası
empirical mass formula
(Nükleer Bilimler) ampirik kütle formülü
empirical reasoning
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) görgül uslamlama
empirical reasoning
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) gözlemsel uslamlama
empirical social research
ampirik sosyal araştırma
empirical social science
deneysel sosyal bilim
empirical sociolgy
ampirik sosyoloji
empirical thinking
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ampirik düşünme
empirical validity
(Dilbilim) deneysel geçerlik
empirical validity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ampirik geçerlilik
empirical validity
(Dilbilim) gözlemsel geçerlik
deneysel olarak
through empirical observ
deney gözlemleri sonucu
Ampirik olma karşıtı; gözlem ve deneylere dayanma karşıtı
non empirical
olmayan ampirik
Englisch - Englisch
Verifiable by means of scientific experimentation
Pertaining to or based on experience
Pertaining to, derived from, or testable by observations made using the physical senses or using instruments which extend the senses
{a} experimental, practiced by rote
Based on observation
Developed from experience or observations without regard to science and theory (4)
Based on actual or measured data
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory; "an empirical basis for an ethical theory"; "empirical laws"; "empirical data"; "an empirical treatment of a disease about which little is known"
Verifiable by experience or experiment; objective collection of data to test a subjective concept
Pertaining to, or founded upon, experiment or experience; depending upon the observation of phenomena; versed in experiments
{s} learned through observation, capable of being verified or disproved through experiments and experience
(1) That which can be proved or verified through observation or experiment (2) That which is based on, or ultimately derives from, experience
based on experience or observational information and not necessarily on proven scientific data In the past, vaccine trials have been performed based exclusively on empirical data and without a full understanding of the disease processes or correlates of immunity
relying or based solely on experiment and observation
based on observation All theoretical explanations in science must be backed up by empirical evidence
Experimental or observational
Based on experience, or observation -- describing knowledge derived from or warranted by sense perception Compare: a posteriori Contrast: a priori
Capable of observation, measure, and reproduction (repeatable) at least in principle
1 "Empirical" is most often used as a modifier of "knowledge" When so used it describes the mode by which that knowledge is obtainable Some authors use the term "empirical" as equivalent to "a posteriori", i e as equivalent to "by experience" In this book, however, I adopt the stricter (narrower) meaning prescribed by Immanuel Kant in which "empirical" means not "by experience" but "only by experience" (see [34], 149-56) When I write that something, P, is knowable empirically, I mean that P cannot be known (by human beings) in any way other than by experience Whatever is humanly knowable, but in a way other than by experience, is knowable a priori (See definitions of "a priori" and "a posteriori" )
Depending on the existence of a regularity in the causality and succession of natural events which permits the acquisition of human knowledge from experiments or experience because identical natural or physical conditions and events always produce identical results or consequences The natural sciences are empirical The social or human sciences are not UF 21, 27, 63, et al
relying on medical quackery; "empiric treatment"
wanting in science and deep insight; as, empiric skill, remedies
or Empirical Testing: Meaning "after the fact" or "experimental," empirical testing involves actual "real-world" experiments to determine the outcome of component changes
relationships that are derived from statistical analysis of experimental data For example, if basal metabolic rate is measured in many animals of differing size and plotted out on a graph, the observed relationship that BMR increases in proportion to some function of animal size is an empirical relationship It describes the link between the data but does not give any indication as to the reasons for it
That which depends on personal experience or scientific and observable experiments
Depending upon experience or observation alone, without due regard to science and theory; said especially of medical practice, remedies, etc
Political analysis based on factual and observable data in contrast to thoughts or ideas
originating in or based on observation or experience; capabable of being disproved or suppported by observation or experiment
one of Kant's four main perspectives, aiming to establish a kind of knowledge which is both synthetic and a posteriori Most of the knowledge we gain through ordinary experience, or through science, is empirical 'This table is brown' is a typical empirical statement (Cf transcendental)
Refers to observations or experiences; empirical methodologies in communication are based on or are derived from experiences with observable phenomena
From a Greek word meaning "to experiment," it is used by philosophers to mean that which has to do with sense experience
Empirical evidence or study relies on practical experience rather than theories. There is no empirical evidence to support his thesis. + empirically em·piri·cal·ly empirically based research They approached this part of their task empirically. based on scientific testing or practical experience, not on ideas   theoretical, hypothetical hypothetical (empiric (16-21 centuries), from empiricus, from empeiria )
Derived from experience or experiment
empirical data
Data derived from reliable measurement or observation
empirical ego
In the thought of Immanuel Kant and Edmund Husserl, the self of each person, understood as the locus of personality and capable of being known as an object by means of reflective awareness, in contrast with the transcendental ego which is always an experiencing subject

The empirical ego is an object in the world, and, insofar as it is experienced and known, it must be subject to worldly causality.

empirical formula
A notation indicating the ratios of the various elements present in a compound, without regard to the actual numbers

The molecular formula for ethane is C2H6, while the empirical formula is CH3.

empirical formulae
plural form of empirical formula
empirical formulas
plural form of empirical formula
empirical research
research that bases its findings on direct or indirect observation as its test of reality
empirical rule
That a normal distribution has 68% of its observations within one standard deviation of the mean, 95% within two, and 99.7% within three
empirical formula
A chemical formula that indicates the relative proportions of the elements in a molecule rather than the actual number of atoms of the elements
empirical formula
a chemical formula showing the ratio of elements in a compound rather than the total number of atoms
empirical research
an empirical search for knowledge
Based on experience as opposed to theoretical knowledge

I have no idea why this works, but empirically, it works.

Based on data gathered in the real world

We need to test this idea empirically instead of just speculating about it.

non-empirical ego
Alternative name of transcendental ego
{a} experimentally, pretendedly
in an empirical manner; "this can be empirically tested"
in an empirical manner; "this can be empirically tested
in a manner based on observation or experience
By experiment or experience; without science; in the manner of quacks