It qualifies as systematic to what respect or adapt to a system : an orderly or structured set of principles or elements that relate to each other. The term comes from late Latin systematĭcus, in turn derived from the Greek systēmatikós.
It is important not to confuse systematically with systemic . The systemic is the linked to the whole system : therefore, the notion is used in contrast to what local .
If the intention is to refer to a factor that has an impact on a system in your set , you have to use the concept of systemic . When it is intended to refer to what follows a system or is repeated regularly, instead, it should be appealed to systematic .
Suppose someone wants to mention the problem of corruption that extends through all branches of the State . In this case, it should be noted that corruption is a "Systemic problem" of the State, and not a "Systematic problem". On the contrary, if a sports journalist intends to emphasize that a football team frequently resorts to the centers as an attack movement, it must state that it is a "Systematic resource" (not a "Systemic resource").
Applied to an individual, systematic is associated to proceed according to beginning already maintain certain behavior patterns or habits . For example: “Rubén is a systematic man who respects the schedules to the letter”, "It should be more systematic, but I don't succeed.".
In its female version (systematic ), the idea appears in the field of biology to name the specialty dedicated to the species classification according to your phylogeny .