The results of an experiment is call what in the scientific model?

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When using the scientific model, the results of an experiment--which will have tested an hypothesis and have been built upon observations carefully recorded--are called the data. The data are the accumulated measurable, quantifiable bits of information gained as a result of the experiment. These results can then yield statistics when subjected to statistical analysis.

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