# Library Science MCQs: Research & Statistical Methods – Quiz-2

LIS MCQs for Research & Statistical Methods. Here you will find the Library Science MCQs about Research & Statistical Methods. This is Quiz-2 of the Research & Statistical Methods MCQ series. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIMS) then these MCQs of Library Research & Statistical Methods are very important for you. In these MCQs, the Library Research & Statistical Methods are discussed.

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### LIS MCQs about Research & Statistical Methods

Find below the MCQs of Library Research & Statistical Methods:

51. Historical method of research can be applied only in:
A. Sciences
B. Social sciences
C. Humanities
D. All disciplines

52. Inductive logic proceeds from:
A. General to particular
B. Particular to general
C. Specific to specific
D. Particular to particular

53. Deductive logic proceeds from:
A. General to particular
B. Particular to general
C. Specific to general
D. Particular to particular

54. Verification phase in the spiral of the scientific method occurs from cardinal points from:
B. Ascendant to Zenith
D. Zenith to Descendant

55. Empirical laws are deduced from cardinal points from:
A. Ascendant to Zenith
B. Zenith to Descendant

56. Hypothesizing laws are deduced from cardinal points from:
A. Zenith to Descendant
B. Ascendant to Zenith

57. Deductive Laws are deduced from cardinal points from:
A. Zenith to Descendant
B. Ascendant to Zenith

58. Nadir, Ascendant, Zenith, and Descendant and the four cardinal points of:
A. Bibliometrics
B. Experimental research
C. Historical research
D. Spiral scientific method

59. The correct sequence of cardinal points in the Spiral Scientific Method is:

60. Scientific method of research can only be used iri:
A. Sciences
B. Social science
C. Humanities
D. All the disciplines

61. The steps and phases in the scientific method are:
A. Whirlpool
B. Spiral
C. Cycle
D. Circle

62. Lotka’s law is used for:
A. Rank analysis
B. Citation analysis
C. Frequency analysis of data
D. Occurrence analysis

63. Bradford and Zipf laws are used for:
A. Occurrence analysis
B. Citation analysis
C. Frequency analysis
D. Rank frequency analysis of data

64. Which of the following technique is not employed in Bibliometrics:
A. Measuring
B. Counting
C. Ranking
D. Citing

65. Zipf’s law basically deals with:
A. Publication of articles
B. Frequency of occurrence of words
C. Productivity of scientists
D. Citation of articles

66. Lotka’s law basically deals with:
A. Scattering of articles
B. Frequency of words
C. Productivity of words
D. Scattering of words

67. Law of scattering was first expounded by:
A. A.J. Lotka
B. G.K. Zipf
D. W. Weaver

68. The application of mathematical and statistical principles to Library and Information is known as:
A. Biometrics
B. Bibliometrics
C. Bibliotherapy
D. Biotherapy

69. The term ‘Bibliometrics’ was first used by:
B. Alan Pritchard
C. James Boyd
D. A. Neelamaghan

70. The term ‘Librametry’ was first coined by:
B. Allan Gilchrist
C. S.R. Ranganathan
D. Allen Kent

71. Application of statistics to Library Science is known as:
A. Library matrices
B. Bibliometrics
C. Info metrics
D. Do metrics

72. The quantitative study of scientific developments is known as:
A. Scientometrics
B. Sciencemetrics
C. Science History
D. Science development

73. Exploratory research is concerned with:
A. Determination Research Goods
B. Determination of Objectives
C. Determination of ideas
D. Determination of Aims

74. Experimental research design deals with:
A. Formulation of a Problem
B. Testing of Hypothesis
C. Study of Behavior
D. Testing of results

75. The research design that deals with the diagnosis of problems and their solutions are:
A. Diagnostic
B. Exploratory
C. Descriptive
D. Experimental

76. Formal and informal tools are carried out in:
A. Descriptive Research Design
B. Experimental Research Design
C. Field Research Design
D. Diagnostic Research Design

77. Descriptive Research Design deals with:
A. Formulation of hypothesis
B. Testing of hypothesis
C. Testing of cases
D. Study of behavioral sciences

78. The purpose of Research Design is to:
A. Formulation of hypothesis
B. Gathering data
C. Identify objectives
D. Control variance in research

79. A research design should be propounded after formulating: ·
A. Hypothesis
B. Objectives
C. Scope
D. Methodology

80. Research Design provides research activity a:
A. Procedure
B. Technique
C. Blueprint
D. Tool

81. Which of the following is not related to Bibliometrics:
B. Lokta’s Law
C. Zipfs Law
D. Law of Osmosis

82. Which of the following 1s correct sequence?
A. Data knowledge, information, wisdom
B. Wisdom, information, knowledge, data
C. Data, information, knowledge, wisdom
D. Information, data, wisdom, knowledge

83. To ascertain the information needs of Medical Practitioners, a questionnaire is sent to every fifth member on the official register Would this be:
A. A stratified sample
B. A random sample
C. Whole population
D. Not a representative sample

84. The Journal devoted to reporting the LIS research globally and exclusively is:
A. Dissection of abstracts
B. LIS abstracts
C. Current research
D. Library Literature

85. Delphi method is mainly concerned with:
A. Astronomy
B. Astrology
C. Forecasting the trends
D. Palmistry

86. Stratified sampling is a combination of:
A. Purposive and Random
B. Quota and Cluster
C. Random and Cluster
D. Quota and Random

87. The top of the Spiral of the Scientific method is:
B. Ascent
C. Zenith
D. Descent

88. The median divides the curve into:
A. Equal parts
B. Un-equal parts
C. Multiple unequal parts
D. Multiple equal parts

89. A tentative solution suggested to a problem in research is known as:
A. Variable
B. Hypothesis
C. Statement
D. Methodology

90. The credit for introducing the case study method into the field of Social, Scientific investigation goes to:
A. H. Spencer
B. W. Healy
C. K. Young
D. F. Leplay

91. The creator of LIBRIS is:
A. Microsoft
B. Wipro
C. TATA
D. Frontier Technologies

92. The term ‘librametrics’ was formally introduced in 1948 by:
A. W.C.B. Sayers
B. Melvil Dewey
C. S.R. Ranganathan
D. E. De Grolier

93. A new series of “Research Reviews in Information, and Documentation” has been formed by:
A. FID
B. UNESCO
C. ICSU
D. IFLA

94. The foundation of all scientific research is:
A. Report writing
B. Research design
C. Formulating hypothesis
D. Defining concepts

95. A Questionnaire designed in advance is known as:
A. Unstructured
B. Modified
C. Closed
D. Structured

96. Panel Survey method is a direct extension of:
A. Interview sampling
B. Case study
C. Sampling technique
D. Data collection

97. ‘Chi Square’ is a technique related to:
A. Bibliometrics
B. Infometrics
C. Statistics
D. Computerization

98. Accident sampling is one of the methods of
A. Probability sampling
B. Nonprobability sampling
C. Survey
D. Questionnaire

99. “Thesis of the Month” is a regular feature of
A. ILA Bulletin
B. DESIDOC Bulletin
C. IASLIC Bulletin
D. University News

100. An hypothesis is tentative:
A. Generalization
B. Conclusion
C. Statement
D. Supposition

So, these are the MCQs 51-100 for Library Research & Statistical Methods.

MCQs of Library Research & Statistical Methods

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