Research methodology combines the methods and instruments used for research along with the reasoning behind their use. At first glance it seems simple and straightforward – after all, the selection of different methods is based on your objectives and available resources. But it’s pretty easy to get confused by the volumes of information that exist about this topic and selection of the wrong methodology can be fatal to the outcome of your work.
Our team of experts can help guide you in your selection of the correct methodology. We can also help critically evaluate the course of action that you have already plotted and help you judge if it is the best plan. We have experience dealing with both qualitative and quantitative research.
If you’re interested in getting the complete picture about your topic, going beyond the fundamental ‘what’ and ‘how’, then you might be dealing with qualitative research. Notably, work in this field does not involve any empirical analysis. Instead, it focuses on describing what the researcher experiences and elucidates the findings. You might consider using any of the following categories of research for your project:
If you think that empirical analysis and statistical techniques are going to play key roles in your work, then you might want to consider chalking out a quantitative approach to your research. Simply put, the information generated in the course of such research is either numerical already or can be transmuted into numbers that give a meaningful result. Similar to qualitative research, there are several types of quantitative approaches, such as correlational and descriptive. We also offer additional data analysis services. For more information please Click Here
We’ve only scratched the surface here and sometimes you might combine two or more methods for the most effective result. It’s understandable that things can get more than a little confusing. And that’s why we’re here to offer any guidance that we can to make this process a little simpler for you.
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