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analysts, plural;
  1. A person who conducts analysis, in particular

  2. An investment expert, typically in a specified field
    • - rising consumer confidence and falling oil prices are the keys to any upturn, many analysts believe
  3. A chemist who analyzes substances

  1. someone who is skilled at analyzing data
  2. an expert who studies financial data (on credit or securities or sales or financial patterns etc.) and recommends appropriate business actions
  3. a licensed practitioner of psychoanalysis
  4. (analytic) using or subjected to a methodology using algebra and calculus; "analytic statics"
  5. (analytic) expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection
  6. (analytic) of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience; "`all spinsters are unmarried' is an analytic proposition"
  7. Mass spectrometry software is software used for data acquisition, analysis, or representation in mass spectrometry.
  8. The Analyst, subtitled A DISCOURSE Addressed to an Infidel Mathematician, is a book published by George Berkeley in 1734. The "infidel mathematician" is believed to have been Edmond Halley or Sir Isaac Newton. In the latter case, no reply would have been possible, as Newton died in 1727.
  9. Analyst is a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing original (primary) research and review articles on any aspect of analytical, bioanalytical and detection science. ...
  10. (Analytic (linguistics)) Isolating language or analytic language is a linguistic typology category that defines a language with a low morpheme-per-word ratio - in the extreme case of isolating language or analytic language words are composed of a single morpheme.
  11. (analytic) of, or relating to any form of analysis, or to analytics; of, or relating to division into elements or principles; having the ability to analyse; (of a proposition) that follows necessarily; tautologous; of, or relating to algebra or a similar method of analysis; being defined in ...
  12. (Analysts) Employed by investment banks and brokers to study companies and markets and make investment recommendations.
  13. (Analysts) Individuals working for a research or brokerage firm. They make forecasts about companies' future earnings, revenues, growth rates, and stock price (price target). They also make recommendations regarding buying, selling, or holding a particular stock.
  14. (Analysts) who are designing reports for I.T. managers
  15. (analytic) True by virtue of meaning. Paradigm analytic truths include “all bachelors are unmarried” and “if Joe is a father, then Joe is male.” Contrasts with synthetic. ...
  16. (ANALYTIC) A sentence, proposition, thought, or judgement is analytic if “it is true in virtue of our determination to use (consistently) a particular symbolism or language.” True, it is sometimes said, because we assign the words of language the meanings that we assign them. ...
  17. (Analytic) Figuring it out step-by-step
  18. (Analytic) true by definition, or the denial of which would lead to a contradiction.  Statements such as "All triangles have three angles" and "No bachelors are married," are examples of sentences commonly deemed analytic.  Contrast term: synthetic. ...
  19. (analytic) In analysis, a function or a structure described by functions is analytic its Taylor series converges to it. Since the function must first have a Taylor series, it is in particular smooth if it is analytic.
  20. (analytic) To describe something analytically would be to explain the event with the object detached from its context, attributes of objects or people assigned to categories, and a reliance on rules about the categories to explain behavior.
  21. (analytic) a statement or an item of knowledge which is true solely because of its conformity to some logical laws. (Cf. synthetic.)
  22. (analytic) characteristic of a proposition that is true because of the meaning of its terms alone (294.1-2)*; contrast with synthetic
  23. (analytic) or analytical adj :  (of language) characterized by analysis rather than inflection. See also synthetic.
  24. (analytic) type of cubism where things are broken into pieces from their original form. e.g. Picasso's pieces with Braque
  25. Person who evaluates and interprets public company financial statements.