qualitative, quantitative

Qualitative refers to qualities (characteristics, properties, attributes):

Qualitative analysis would tell us those facets of Emory that appeal to transfer students.

Quantitative refers to quantity (amount, measure, size, volume):

Quantitative analysis would yield the proportion of students from the Southeast at Emory.

quotation, quote (nouns)

Although both are listed in Webster's to refer to verbal or written passages attributed to another person or to an estimated price, use quotation in formal writing:

We will solicit a quotation from each of Emory’s trustees.
NOT We will get a quote from each trustee.

quote (verb)

Can you quote the Declaration of Independence from memory?
May I quote you on that statement?