Data analysis is the most challenging step for all the research scholars since it involves analysis and evaluation of the data that have been collected in the course of their research – without the analysis of data, a thesis or dissertation would be incomplete. There are a lot of methods for collecting data, depending on your field of study and the scope of your research paper. For example, if you are keen to understand the sentiments of the public with regard to a regulation or a law enforced by a government, you may opt for polls, surveys or interviews. On the other hand, if you need detailed information on a particular topic, relevant to your research paper, you may choose to conduct a face to face interview with an individual or a focus group interview. Analysis of the data is then dependent on the data collection method – quantitative data, collected through surveys and polls, can be analysed using statistical tools such as Econometric Views (E-Views), Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), Stata and SAS to name a few, whereas qualitative data, collected through in-depth interviews, has to be analysed manually. Thus every PhD scholar needs a PhD data analysis help from their professors and guides.
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