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For example, an author might use terms discussed in a key reference such as Moustakas (1994) or Giorgi (1985), among others, to describe the phenomenological analytic process used.
In the purest sense, intelligence is the product of an analytic process that evaluates information collected from diverse sources, integrates the relevant data into a cohesive package, and produces a conclusion or estimate about a criminal phenomenon by using the scientific approach to problem solving (i.
Vendors, insurers and insureds can use this analytic process to paint a complete picture of exposures, loss cost drivers and the measures applied to control them.
This document describes the analytic process undertaken by staff of the Research & Planning Unit in the Technology, Research, and Information Services Division of the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges to identify persistently low transfer colleges within the system, as mandated by the State Legislature in 2002.