The Scientific Method is the systematic method of analysis of phenomena, devised to permit the study of repeatable, thus reliable, knowledge. This category deals with the theoretical and practical aspects of the scientific method. We will not admit sites presenting actual discoveries, or their practical and commercial applications. These sites will be automatically rejected.
Article based on a study by Bernhard Riemann, discussing the requirements for the successful application of these methods. Maintained by the Swedish Morphological Society.
An explanation on what the scientific method is and does. From Frank Wolfs, University of Rochester.
Philosophy of science and the scientific method. The evolution and concept of science throughout history. Basic elements of scientific method.
Science is not a new kind of knowledge; it is not created only by a professional elite; and "The Scientific Method" is really many methods, including aspects of basic intelligence found in infants and animals.
Article comparing reductionism and emergence, in the context of history and evolutionary epistemology. Hosted by the Center for the Study of Complex Systems, at the University of Michigan.
A clear and powerful exposition of SM-14 by the founder of Edmund Scientific Inc.
by Lambert Dolphin.
Article challenging current education presentations. Written by William McComas.
Interactive essay outlining features of the nature of science. Attempts to dispel popular myths about the scientific methods.
A primer on the topic. "Learning about the Scientific Method is almost like saying that you're learning how to learn. The scientific method is the way scientists learn and study the world around them..."
A physicist's view on how science is done. While methods of science certainly exist, "The Scientific Method" does not.
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