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Collection and analysis of data are an integral part of a dissertation, and they help to convey the significance of your research to the reader. There are many ways of collecting data – through surveys, polls, questionnaires, and interviews. However, it is important to select the right data collection method based on the scope of research and your field of study. For example, if you are a Political Science student and are keen to know the impact of a policy on your society, you can carry out an in-depth interview with a politician or a public policy analyst to get their views. On the other hand, if you are keen to know the sentiments of the public with regard to a policy, you can carry out a survey or a poll on a large scale.

Once data is collected, it has to be analysed and linked to relevant theories. Qualitative data collected through interviews can be analysed manually, whereas quantitative data collected through polls and surveys should be analysed with the help of statistical tools such as the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) or Econometric Views (EViews), to name a few. It is through such analyses that we can find correlations between different sets of data and reach a conclusion. At Dissertation Clinic, we understand the difficulties that students face while collecting and analysing data. Our PhD statisticians have decades of experience in not only analysing data but collecting them too. They are well-versed in all statistical tools and are able to perform statistical tests and analyses for all fields of study.

There statisticians at our firm have years of experience helping students across various domains. They use their skill and knowledge to find unique solutions to difficult problems. They also make sure that their clients understand the techniques that they have used, and that they can explain it during the time of the viva voce.

At Dissertation Clinic, we believe that data collection and analysis go hand in hand – if the data collection method is incorrect, it will affect the analysis. This is the reason why our statisticians check the data that has been collected through primary research thoroughly to ensure that there are no discrepancies. If need arises, our subject matter experts and consultants will collect the data again, but they will not analyse incorrect data. So, you can be rest assured that all data analysed by our experts are accurate. If you need additional information on our statistical support services, please feel free to drop us a mail at info@dissertationclinic.com and we will get in touch with you shortly.

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