Choosing the right data collection method for your research ensures the reliability of your result and conclusion.
Be it qualitative, quantitative or mixed data that you need to collect, you can opt any of the two methods whether it is online and offline methods including surveys and interviews. However, the first step in the process of data collection includes designing questionnaires to get the responses important for the research. Hence, the data collection process needs to be strategically planned on the basis of your research purpose.
Data collected needs to be in harmony with the research objectives and hypotheses drawn by the scholar. According to that, the requirements from the data can be sorted out and the process of how to collect data can be planned.
The second important step in the data collection process is to select the targets who can become the ideal respondents and are related to the research. Selecting the target respondents can help in designing the questionnaire in a more effective manner.
Questionnaire is a data collection technique which enables the further process of the research. It is important to carefully curate the questions keeping the priority and research purpose in mind. Whether open ended or close ended questions, any error in planning the questionnaire can lead to false or inaccurate research conclusions.
The final step is to choose the right data collection method and its mode. It can either be surveys or interviews conducted through online portals or choosing the face to face conduct in the offline modes. It also depends on the descriptive or explanatory nature of the data.
Hence, the data collection service helps the scholars in many ways making it easier for them to complete their PhD thesis writing sooner and with the right measures undertaken.
Before proceeding with the data collection process it is important to clarify the research objectives and hypothesis. According to it a strategy needs to be planned in order to select the right type and method for the data collection. Some researches are based on primary data while the others are based on secondary data. For secondary data, one does not have to go through the data collection process.
Moreover, depending on the objective and subject domain, it needs to be decided whether the research requires observational data, experimental data, simulation data or derivational data. This further defines whether the data is qualitative or quantitative on the basis of which open ended or close ended questionnaire is designed, respectively.
No matter whether data collection, analysis and interpretation are done successfully, if it does not answer the research questions, then the result ultimately becomes nullified. Therefore, our experts plan the whole process keeping the research topic as the centre of focus.
There is a lot of researched data that can be made available easily on the source libraries and research articles. Using this data is considered as plagiarism and can lead to rejection or disqualification of the scholar from the PhD research. Therefore, our team makes sure that our services remain plagiarism free.
Not all subjects need the same type of data. Moreover, the data collection process needs an in-depth knowledge of the subject in order to understand the objectives and requirements of the research. Due to this, we assign the data collection service to our subject matter experts who can also provide suggestions, in case required.
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