non-scientific observations or studies, which do not provide proof but may assist research efforts
This chapter provides anecdotal evidence from personal interviews, public hearings, and surveys.
from the sense of anecdote 'unpublished narratives or details of history'
But the anecdotal evidence overwhelmingly suggests otherwise (Carrey declined to speak for this story).
anecdotal evidence of waning Chinese interest appears to conform to the actual data.
A lot of people doubted that this was the case, she says, despite the plethora of anecdotal evidence.
Whether this constitutes an addiction is hard to say, but there is some anecdotal evidence of compulsive behavior among users.
For the untold number of cleansers swigging juice for breakfast, anecdotal evidence will have to do for now.
Still, there is some anecdotal evidence and research — though limited — in support of all the hack-hype.
anecdotal evidence suggests that celebrity cyberstalking is spreading with viral speed.
I made some phone calls to see whether I could find any anecdotal evidence for the trend.