What does a Research Methodology contribute to your dissertation / thesis?
Research Methodology, the system of data collection for the research projects helps a Masters or PhD student in their complete research work. Either the data is collected for theoretical approach or practical one, for example a research conducted in the subject in management may be conceptualized strategically along with operational planning methods and change management. The validity of research data, ethics and the reliability is included in the important factors of the Research Methodology, which measures most of your work is finished by the time you finish the analysis of your data.
The Research Methodology altogether starts from the research questions formulation in parallel to the sampling whether it may be probable or non probable which is followed by the measurement which include surveys and scaling. Research Design, the other component of Research Methodology may be either experimental or quasi-experimental. The final stages are statistical data analysis and Interpretation and finally writing the research paper after organizing the graphs and tables carefully to ensure that only relevant data is shown.
Types of Research Methods
- Critical and action oriented
The research design formulated in the Research Methodology whether it may be quantitative or qualitative forms the basis of data collection. TutorsIndia helps Masters, PhD research scholars in data collection process through survey tool validation, online data collection and face-to-face data collection and so on.
Benefits on availing TutorsIndia's Quantitative Consulting
We, at TutorsIndia have well understood that either it may be a Masters dissertation or a PhD thesis, a successful dissertation writing starts from conducting an effective research, Analysis of the Statistical data through Statistical tools and presenting the results in a neat formatted manner. TutorsIndia's Research Methodology guidance starts right from formulating the Methodology to the presentation of the results.
Based on the study design framed in your Research Methodology and the sample size calculated, the statistical tools (parametric and non-parametric) can be selected appropriately
You can be Masters or PhD Student in an International or a National Institute You can very well approach TutorsIndia for the following help as we have trained experts in Research Methodology
The following are some of the statistical tools which our expertise are well-versed with.
- Exploratory Data Analysis
- T-test, ANOVA, ANCOVA
- Linear regression
- Dichotomous logistic regression
- Ordinal logistic regression
- Multinomial logistic regression
- Quantile regression
- Poisson regression
- Survival analysis
- LogLinear models
- Factor analysis
- Principal component analysis
- Multidimensional scaling
- Decision Tree
- Neural Network
- Cluster analysis
- Multiple imputation
- Array of Graphical Procedures
Reliability and validity of results
You need to check the reliability and validity of results in which TutorsIndia supports your completely at here.Interpretation of the findings
In Research Methodology, the quantitative analysis is one aspect and the other being the qualitative analysis which makes the researcher to understand some aspects of social life through text (interview method) rather than numbers. Though this methodology has been criticized, a researcher must be in need of such a methodology which a survey can't answer.
Some common criticism include:
- Findings lack rigour
- Small sample size
- Not necessarily representative of the broader population
Common Qualitative research methodology include
Read More from the article on How to develop Qualitative Research Designs
- Focus Group discussion
- Interview techniques
In the above article, we have just provided an overview of TutorsIndia's experience in handling Research Methodology for various types of researchers from Management, Life sciences, Medicine, Psychology, Sociology and many more. contact us