What Is Empirical Data?

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Empirical data is a scientific method which refers to a body of techniques for investigating phenomena, correcting and integrating previous knowledge or acquiring new knowledge. It can also be defined as 'to derive from experiment and observation rather than theory.'
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Empirical data is data that is collected through observation/experiment and/or from reliable measurement, as opposed to theoretical.
Empirical data is information collected from experiments or observation. That information can be verified via observation or experimenting with that data.
Empirical data is information or data that has been gathered through direct observation which is different from data that has been collected through theoretical processes.
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