Easy Dissertation Tips for Data Collection and Analysis
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Well today I am here for some fun tips of data collection and analysis which I used in my dissertation they helped me a lot so I thought of sharing it with you all.
Yeah I know that it’s kind of very boring to collect that data and interpret them in answers that are required for your studies. (Actually) and main problem occurs when the respondents do not fill the surveys properly. Oh wait have I discussed with you type of methodology used? Nah! So let’s first understand that;
You can have detailed process of data types and collection here as I am specifically going to have a small discussion of the methodologies. There are two types of methodologies specifically;
…..You have collected the data. Now it’s time to analyze your data. So the main tips are:
What I meant by completion is that there are number of people who either ignore or forget to answer a question or part of your research. This creates hole in your data which results in imbalance of your data. Figure out the data answers if either they are properly marked or not.
People do not answer certain questions. Try to manage that answer with their other answers or request them again to answer that question again.
Re-check if all the observations are properly addressed in a perfect manner. If you’re missing any point? All participants are being observed without any biasness or not?
Some surveys are filled carelessly or incomplete try to eliminate them from your research.
Check the results of the experiments does it go with the hypothesis or not?
It was mentioned in one of tips of UK dissertation writing that “Triple check your data before making any analysis” on your data and do not run the analysis on real file. It may cost you any problem as in: loss of data or changed data into other number or missing data.
Check the data for:
If your data is not going with the hypothesis it means you have done certain blunder in your research. Figure out that blunder.
You have collected data. Great but is the data making any sense or not? If its for both genders have you contacted equal number of participants or is there more male response of your data which makes it imbalance.
I know you haven’t analyzed but you can guess if its going in right direction or not by answers given by your target audience.
Check if your data is going in right direction or not by quick review of data collected.
Organize the data in a manner that helps you in understanding and using it as in:
- Is data chronologically arranged?
- Did I mention all the relevant information required?
- Is my real data saved on other sheet?
- Do I have a backup data plan if I lost data?
These are the major areas in arranging your data like a pro.
Different data is interpreted by different types of tools as in SPSS software which is more useful in dealing quantitative data and analyzing the surveys and numeric answers so there are number of software which can guide you about data analyzing.
Anyways, when you select a proper data analyzing tool it helps you in interpreting the data in proper manner. But first you need to organize the data to run the tool.
5. Find out real drawbacks of your data!
Congratulations! You have run the analysis on data and dint find anything bad or irrelevant but the fun begins if you have found something that changed your whole results. As acknowledged by Thesis Writing Services;
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6. It’s time to interpret the data:
The major part of dissertation writing comes here. The time you start interpreting the data the real joy come as you figure out if the whole dissertation have gone according to your plan or not? If it goes with the hypothesis than its good otherwise you need to take UK dissertation writing help from someone. This is the major part which decides that either the literature reviews and your own research goes together or not.
7. Finally the results:
All the hard work is paid off when you get the exact result according to your dissertation. It’s a genuine luck to get the good results in first go and finish your dissertation in a quick manner.
Whoa! I am tired now!
I dint knew I have written so well about data analysis tips! A big applause for me! Yayyyyyyyyyyy! Anyways! I Hope you enjoyed my write up. Well I enjoyed time spent in writing this blog as I shared my own experiences with you all. C’ya soon bye