What is Research Methodology?

The system of collecting data for research projects is known as research methodology. The data may be collected for either theoretical or practical research for example management research may be strategically conceptualized along with operational planning methods and change management. Some important factors in research methodology include validity of research data, Ethics and the reliability of measures most of your work is finished by the time you finish the analysis of your data. Formulating of research questions along with sampling weather probable or non probable is followed by measurement that includes surveys and scaling. This is followed by research design, which may be either experimental or quasi-experimental. The last two stages are data analysis and finally writing the research paper, which is organised carefully into graphs and tables so that only important relevant data is shown.

Types of Research Methods
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Qualitative Quantitaive Mixed Critical and action oriented

Data collection
Data collection depends on the research design (quantitative or qualitative design). Tutors India helps in a survey tool validation and also online and face to face data collection process. We help you to conduct surveys [in person Interviews: Formal to informal; structured to unstructured; focus group discussion, observations, self-administered questionnaire, diaries, citizen report cards, Delphi techniques, expert judgement, online surveys, secondary sources such as journals, newspaper articles, annual reports, government sources such as census, budgets, policies, procedures, etc.

Our Quantitative consulting Benefits
The preparation of a sucessful dissertation involves conducting effective research, analysing data and results presentation all which require a high level of statistcal expertise. We at tutorsindia provide solution from formulating methodology to the results presentation. You can approach statswork with any or all of the following steps:
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Framing your Research Methodology Study design Sample size calculation and justification Development of questionnaire

Some common criticism include: • • • Findings lack rigour Small sample size Not necessarily representative of the broader population . as data for analysis. ANCOVA Chi-square Linear regression Dichotomous logistic regression Ordinal logistic regression Multinomial logistic regression Quantile regression Poisson regression Survival analysis LogLinear models Factor analysis Principal component analysis Multidimensional scaling Forecasting Decision Tree Neural Network Cluster analysis Multiple imputation An extensive array of graphical procedures Reliability and validity of results Interpretation of the findings Qualitative Analysis Understanding some aspects of social life and its methods through text rather than numbers.                     Exlportary data analysis T-test. Statistical techniques Appropriate selection of statistical tools (parametric and non-parametric) depends on the study design and sample size.. The following are some of the statistical tools used by our expertise. you need such methdology that the survey can't answer very well. ANOVA. Although there are criticism for such methodology.

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