- The supermarket came by its results by analysing the sale of romantic products - flowers, chocolate and champagne - for all its stores across the region.
- I don't analyse visitor statistics in detail, just a one line summary each day, so I've no way of telling who was the two-millionth visitor.
- It was essential that the theories be analyzed to examine and evaluate their content.
- Survey research, regardless of how it is conducted or whom it surveys, must often be interpreted with caution when analyzing the results.
- As he himself said, MB itself would have wished the Judge had analysed the issues and explained himself more fully.
- The academics secretly observed them in bars during evenings out, analysing their behaviour in detail for half an hour, then following their success afterwards.
- All the authors analysed the data, interpreted the results, and drafted the manuscript.
- Its value depends on the patterns which it creates and the way in which it is analysed and interpreted.
- Richard Baehr is a math genius, who can analyze numbers and explain them better than anyone I know of.
- Speck disagreed with my assessment of the dream and my theory that dreams are easily analyzed and interpreted.
- We can now analyze this process by examining each stage in more detail.
- Or, I've analysed the situation and explained it to my readers.
- With all the visual trickery it offers, it doesn't really give you much opportunity to think and analyze it in such detail.
- The 40 page catalog is densely packed with images spanning the artist's career while texts by Mark Alice Durant and Spaid poetically interpret and analyze the work.
- In order to analyze controversy, we must formulate a more precise question, develop an experimental approach to collect and analyze data, then interpret the results.
- It is important for us to keep our options open and to analyse the options in detail to see which is the best for York City.
- These results can be explained by analyzing the mutant trajectories.
- I think of it, instead, as trying to help them articulate their ideas, analyze the material, explain what they think.
- This, he explains, would analyse our make-do-and-mend culture, our suspicion of the bravely new, our ingrained preference for the status quo.
- In print (and on blogs and elsewhere) we should analyze the charges in detail and keep an accurate, truthful record of the entire episode.