Lecture 2 - QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS LECTURE 2 Data and its...

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QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS LECTURE - 2
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Data and its types Data: The information collected for any kind of investigation. Usually Numerical but can be Qualitative.
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Primary Data: Data and its types The initial material collected during the research process. The information collected directly from the respondent. Personal Invetigation, Through Investigator, Through Questionnaire , Through Local Sources, Through Telephone,
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Data and its types Secondary Data The information collected and processed by the people other than the researcher Government Organizations, Semi-Government Organizations,
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Data Collection Any of the following methods may be adopted: (a) Personal interview (b) Direct observation (c) Mail interview (internet interview) (d) Telephone interview (e) Main Data Bases 5 03:56:19 AM
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Data management Office Editing, Post Coding, Data entry and Verification, Data Import. 6 03:56:19 AM
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Data organization and Analysis Preparing data for analysis, Extracting descriptive measures from the data, Using advanced statistical techniques to analyze the data and draw inference there from. 7 03:56:19 AM
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Frequency Distribution
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What’s Frequency Distribution? A frequency distribution is an orderly arrangement of data classified according to the magnitude of the observations.
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