Help with Research methods & Data Analysis
The second and third chapters of a dissertation test the researcher’s capability of understanding and dealing the subject and of gathering enough information to address that subject and the problems regarding the research. We assist you in various ways to complete these chapters.
A student should divide the methodology part into some basic steps. Doing that not only makes it easier to approach this chapter of epic length, but also makes the whole process comprehensible and clear.
In the first part of methodology, our mentors help to state the basic research problems. You have toenlist the problems that you will address, as well as the difficulties that you are likely to face in the process.In order to do so, it is advisable, to provide a general overview of the researches made on that subject, and those addressing any of the primary research questions.
One must understand that the purpose of the methodology chapter is to showcase the methods that are going to be used for research. Hence, we provide:
- Assistance with deciding the techniques to be used
- Rationale behind choosing one test/ data collection method over another
It might be necessary to clarify and explain some commonly accepted research methods while writing what methods you going to use. Furthermore, if you define some fundamental issues/happenings/information/variables that play a key role in determining the argument of the research, we make sure that youemphasize on them, and provide proper explanation on why they do so.
While the research methodology chapter concentrates on discussing the methods that are going to be utilized and why, it also throws light upon how the researcher is going to gather data pertaining to the subject. It explains the ways in which the gathered data will help him to address the problems.Our research consultants help you take decision regarding the data required for research, the methods you will use to gather the same, as well as tools to be used for data analysis. We provide following unique consultation:
It is of vital importance to collect non-apocryphal data. Thus, be extremely wary while gathering the necessary information, and give a suitable explanation of why and how you have accumulated them. For instance, if one uses an interview during the research, it is mandatory to explain where, how and by whom that interview was taken and in which way it will prove useful to determine the logical process of the argument of the research.
It is true that writing research methodology and data analysis is an exceptionally tiresome and time consuming task. In spite of this, these two sections serve as the pedestals of the logical progression and authenticity of the whole project. Hence, it is vital to use a simple, precise and lucid language that will help to make things more comprehensible to the readers, compelling them to go through the dry piles of data by evoking an intellectual attraction.
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