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Quick tips to condense word count in your dissertation

A dissertation is usually around 80,000 words. As a research candidate, you strive hard to stick to the word limit in your dissertation, lest you get penalised. Therefore, before beginning with your writing process, always create a rough framework of your dissertation and allocate a certain word limit to each of its respective sections. When … Continue reading “Quick tips to condense word count in your dissertation”

Dissertation Data Analysis – Dissertation India’s Guide to Statistics for Dissertation

After having collected the data, the next stage is data analysis. But before you actually set out to collect the data, your research strategy should be ready.  This is because you must know  the data analysis technique to be used before your proceed for data collection. What statistical tests would be appropriate for your study … Continue reading “Dissertation Data Analysis – Dissertation India’s Guide to Statistics for Dissertation”

How do you Determine Appropriate Sample Size for your Study?

Calculating the precise sample size is an important aspect of a research (especially in the medical field). It defines validity and applicability of the key findings of the study. Different studies follow different approach to calculate the sample size.  Defining sample size  Sample size is the number of observations drawn from a particular population. Sample … Continue reading “How do you Determine Appropriate Sample Size for your Study?”

A sneak peek to performing structural equation modeling using AMOS

Research often involves testing the relationship between variables in a hypothesis. While various quantitative techniques can be used for this purpose, it is structural equation modeling(SEM) approach that provides a visual & easy to interpret display of the causal relationship between the variables.  Structural equation modeling, a combination of factor and multiple regression analysis, is … Continue reading “A sneak peek to performing structural equation modeling using AMOS”

Exploring Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient Test to Determine Statistical Relationship Between Two Continuous Variables

Scientific research often involves correlation which generally refers to association or any form of link or correspondence. Correlation is nothing but a statistical approach used to evaluate the linear association between two continuous variables. While several types of statistical tests can be deployed to determine the relationship between two quantitative variables, Pearson’s correlation coefficient is … Continue reading “Exploring Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient Test to Determine Statistical Relationship Between Two Continuous Variables”

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