Definitions for anecdotalˈæn ɪkˌdoʊt l, ˌæn ɪkˈdoʊt l
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having the character of an anecdote
anecdotic, anecdotal, anecdotical(adj)
characterized by or given to telling anecdotes
"anecdotal conversation"; "an anecdotal history of jazz"; "he was at his anecdotic best"
Of the nature of or relating to an anecdote.
Containing or abounding in anecdotes.
pertaining to, or abounding with, anecdotes; as, anecdotal conversation
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Parent to parent, when you're in a small community and 10 people that you know are all having success, that's no longer anecdotal, that's hope.
We do have to stick with the facts. What we can't do is cherry pick data or use anecdotal evidence to drive policy or to feed political agendas.
It is definitely higher than 12 percent, perhaps around the late teens or even the lows twenties, but that is a guess based on anecdotal evidence.
It's not quantitative, but it gives you anecdotal data points that become part of the mosaic of your thesis about whether to be bullish or bearish on trends, names and products.
You’ll find anecdotal evidence, but usually the drug had a different absorption rate because the patient ate a big meal before taking the medication, or something of that nature.
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