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BUSI 820 Students Name Quantitative Research Methods Assignment 1 University of Affiliation School of Business 27 August 2020
BUSI 820, Quantitative Research Methods Assignment 1 Table of Contents Pages A1.1: Chapter 2, Problem 2.1, Completed Questionnaires 3 A1.1. a. Narrative of Process 3 A1.1.b. Interpretation of Findings 3 A1.2: Chapter 2, Problem 2.2, Defamation and labeling of the Variables 4 A1.2.a. Narrative of Process 4 A1.2.b. Interpretation of Findings 4 Figure 1: Completed Variable View 5 A1.3: Chapter 2, Problem 2.3, Dictionary or Codebook 5 A1.3.a. Narrative of Process 5 Figure 2: Codebook 6 A1.3: Chapter 2, Problem 2.4, Data entry 6 A1.3.a. Narrative of Findings 6 Figure 3: Data View Updated 7 A1.4: Chapter 2, Problem 2.5, Running Descriptives and Data check 7 A1.4.a. Narrative of Process 7 2 27 AUGUST 2020
BUSI 820, Quantitative Research Methods Assignment 1 A1.4.b. Interpretation of Findings 8 Figure 4: Descriptive Statistics 8 A1.5, Preparing Descriptive Statistics I 8 Figure 5: Outputs 1 9 References 10 Assignment 1 A1.1: Chapter 2, Problem 2.1, Completed Questionnaires 3 27 AUGUST 2020
BUSI 820, Quantitative Research Methods Assignment 1 A1.1.a. Narrative of Process I have 12 participants from which I will check their questionnaires for incomplete, blank, unclear, or repeated answers. I will decide to know what to do with the errors I find to fix them and make entering of data perfect and readable. The vital part after checking the completed questionnaires is to make rules on how to deal with the errors I come across and noting the rules down on a master coding instructions sheet, making the rules apply to all the cases I will find in different questions. That is pretty much the HLHLOTGprocess to go by to check the completed questionnaires (Morgan et al., 2013) A1.1.b. Interpretation of Findings The questionnaires 1 to 6 were well completed and were ready to be entered in the data editor. The data of participants 7 to 12 have various errors that require fixing before entering