Definition of inductively in English:


Pronunciation /inˈdəktivlē/ /ɪnˈdəktɪvli/


See inductive

‘For qualitative researchers, concepts and theories are usually inductively arrived at from the data that are collected.’
  • ‘Natural science, proceeding inductively, aims at turning philosophy into an exact science.’
  • ‘My first job was a research assistantship looking at a new analytical technique called inductively coupled plasma spectrometry.’
  • ‘To fully characterize trace metals, atomic absorption spectroscopy and inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy are frequently used.’
  • ‘Hence he establishes the ultimate grounds of things inductively - that is to say, by a posteriori conclusions from a number of facts to a universal.’