Data Preparation: Analysing Quantitative Data

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    By Raymond A Kent

    “Before quantitative data that have been constructed by researchers can be analysed using techniques appropriate for pursuing the objectives of the research, they need to be prepared in various ways to make them ready for analysis. In their raw form, captured data will consist of stacks of completed paper questionnaires or diaries, entries into an online questionnaire or records made by researchers themselves”.

    This free chapter comes from Analysing Quantitative Data: Variable-based and Case-based Approaches to Non-experimental Datasets by Raymond A Kent. The book presents variable-based and case-based approaches side-by-side in order to help researchers explore a range of approaches and to decide which is the most appropriate for their own research.

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