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.

The Research and Statistical Methods are discussed in multiple choice question and answer (MCQs).

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
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52. Inductive logic proceeds from:
A. General to particular
B. Particular to general
C. Specific to specific
D. Particular to particular
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53. Deductive logic proceeds from:
A. General to particular
B. Particular to general
C. Specific to general
D. Particular to particular
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54. Verification phase in the spiral of the scientific method occurs from cardinal points from:
A. Nadir to Ascendant
B. Ascendant to Zenith
C. Descendant to Nadir
D. Zenith to Descendant
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55. Empirical laws are deduced from cardinal points from:
A. Ascendant to Zenith
B. Zenith to Descendant
C. Descendant to Nadir
D. Nadir to Ascendant
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56. Hypothesizing laws are deduced from cardinal points from:
A. Zenith to Descendant
B. Ascendant to Zenith
C. Nadir to Ascendant
D. Descendant to Nadir
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57. Deductive Laws are deduced from cardinal points from:
A. Zenith to Descendant
B. Ascendant to Zenith
C. Nadir to Zenith
D. Descendant to Nadir
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58. Nadir, Ascendant, Zenith, and Descendant and the four cardinal points of:
A. Bibliometrics
B. Experimental research
C. Historical research
D. Spiral scientific method
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59. The correct sequence of cardinal points in the Spiral Scientific Method is:
A. Zenith, Ascendant, Nadir, Descendant
B. Nadir, Ascendant, Zenith, Descendant
C. Zenith, Nadir, Ascendant, Descendant
D. Ascendant, Nadir, Descendant, Zenith
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60. Scientific method of research can only be used iri:
A. Sciences
B. Social science
C. Humanities
D. All the disciplines
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61. The steps and phases in the scientific method are:
A. Whirlpool
B. Spiral
C. Cycle
D. Circle
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62. Lotka’s law is used for:
A. Rank analysis
B. Citation analysis
C. Frequency analysis of data
D. Occurrence analysis
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63. Bradford and Zipf laws are used for:
A. Occurrence analysis
B. Citation analysis
C. Frequency analysis
D. Rank frequency analysis of data
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64. Which of the following technique is not employed in Bibliometrics:
A. Measuring
B. Counting
C. Ranking
D. Citing
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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
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66. Lotka’s law basically deals with:
A. Scattering of articles
B. Frequency of words
C. Productivity of words
D. Scattering of words
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67. Law of scattering was first expounded by:
A. A.J. Lotka
B. G.K. Zipf
C. S.C. Bradford
D. W. Weaver
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68. The application of mathematical and statistical principles to Library and Information is known as:
A. Biometrics
B. Bibliometrics
C. Bibliotherapy
D. Biotherapy
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69. The term ‘Bibliometrics’ was first used by:
A. S.C. Bradford
B. Alan Pritchard
C. James Boyd
D. A. Neelamaghan
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70. The term ‘Librametry’ was first coined by:
A. S.C. Brad ford
B. Allan Gilchrist
C. S.R. Ranganathan
D. Allen Kent
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71. Application of statistics to Library Science is known as:
A. Library matrices
B. Bibliometrics
C. Info metrics
D. Do metrics
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72. The quantitative study of scientific developments is known as:
A. Scientometrics
B. Sciencemetrics
C. Science History
D. Science development
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73. Exploratory research is concerned with:
A. Determination Research Goods
B. Determination of Objectives
C. Determination of ideas
D. Determination of Aims
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74. Experimental research design deals with:
A. Formulation of a Problem
B. Testing of Hypothesis
C. Study of Behavior
D. Testing of results
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75. The research design that deals with the diagnosis of problems and their solutions are:
A. Diagnostic
B. Exploratory
C. Descriptive
D. Experimental
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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
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77. Descriptive Research Design deals with:
A. Formulation of hypothesis
B. Testing of hypothesis
C. Testing of cases
D. Study of behavioral sciences
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78. The purpose of Research Design is to:
A. Formulation of hypothesis
B. Gathering data
C. Identify objectives
D. Control variance in research
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79. A research design should be propounded after formulating: ·
A. Hypothesis
B. Objectives
C. Scope
D. Methodology
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80. Research Design provides research activity a:
A. Procedure
B. Technique
C. Blueprint
D. Tool
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81. Which of the following is not related to Bibliometrics:
A. Bradford Law
B. Lokta’s Law
C. Zipfs Law
D. Law of Osmosis
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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
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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
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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
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85. Delphi method is mainly concerned with:
A. Astronomy
B. Astrology
C. Forecasting the trends
D. Palmistry
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86. Stratified sampling is a combination of:
A. Purposive and Random
B. Quota and Cluster
C. Random and Cluster
D. Quota and Random
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87. The top of the Spiral of the Scientific method is:
A. Nadir
B. Ascent
C. Zenith
D. Descent
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88. The median divides the curve into:
A. Equal parts
B. Un-equal parts
C. Multiple unequal parts
D. Multiple equal parts
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89. A tentative solution suggested to a problem in research is known as:
A. Variable
B. Hypothesis
C. Statement
D. Methodology
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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
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91. The creator of LIBRIS is:
A. Microsoft
B. Wipro
D. Frontier Technologies
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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
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93. A new series of “Research Reviews in Information, and Documentation” has been formed by:
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94. The foundation of all scientific research is:
A. Report writing
B. Research design
C. Formulating hypothesis
D. Defining concepts
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95. A Questionnaire designed in advance is known as:
A. Unstructured
B. Modified
C. Closed
D. Structured
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96. Panel Survey method is a direct extension of:
A. Interview sampling
B. Case study
C. Sampling technique
D. Data collection
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97. ‘Chi Square’ is a technique related to:
A. Bibliometrics
B. Infometrics
C. Statistics
D. Computerization
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98. Accident sampling is one of the methods of
A. Probability sampling
B. Nonprobability sampling
C. Survey
D. Questionnaire
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99. “Thesis of the Month” is a regular feature of
A. ILA Bulletin
B. DESIDOC Bulletin
C. IASLIC Bulletin
D. University News
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100. An hypothesis is tentative:
A. Generalization
B. Conclusion
C. Statement
D. Supposition
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So, these are the MCQs 51-100 for Library Research & Statistical Methods.

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