September 21, 2020

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  1. Literature Review
    One essential task when undertaking a research study is to review the existing literature on the topic and use it to inform the construction of your own study. The literature review should be conducted early in the research process, directly after you choose a topic. A literature review can bring clarity and focus to your research problem and broaden your knowledge base in your research area. In addition, past studies can improve your methodology and help you to contextualize your findings. The literature review is crucial because an important responsibility in research is to add to a body of knowledge and to compare your findings with others. The procedure is simple: search the literature in your area of interest, review the selected studies, and develop a theoretical framework for your own study.
    Added on Feb 27, 2012 | 671 Views | 
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  2. MaxStat's Blog on Applied Statistics
    We offer a free course in applied statistics, that means how can you use statistics for your science project without getting lost in mathematical theories and equations. We make statistics easy to do, but also the results easy to understand. We explain statistics in an easy language. Researchers don’t need to be statistician to understand the results, and quickly interpret the results in terms of their scientific question. We will submit regularly articles and lessons within this course.
    Added on Dec 7, 2014 | 930 Views | 
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