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Dissertation Data Gathering and Analysis Services


Introduction
Writing a dissertation is a kind of art as well as science. It includes both critical thinking and accuracy of data presentation with the help of scientific research methods. In order to write an effective dissertation, data collection and data analysis are very important steps. Our Company dissertation help service can help students in collecting and analysing data for their research.
Data Gathering
Collection of Data in a dissertation is the most important and critical task. In order to collect adequate data and information, it is necessary for the researchers to use some definite methods and process. Our team can help you in finding right methods and process for data collection. In this concern, research can use single data collection method or combination of two of more data collection method, as per the complexity of research problem (Cooper and Schindler, 2006). In order to gather relevant data and fact, researcher should also accomplish a literature review analysis. This literature review analysis allows researcher to gather the proved and defined facts about the research issue and problem (Creswell, 2003).
      There are various qualitative and quantitative research methods such as case study analysis, interviews, observation, self administrated questionnaire, semi structured interview, etc. All these method are beneficial to collect both primary and secondary data for the research (Crowther and Lancaster, 2009). In order to select the best and suitable research method to gather data and information, researcher should use research paradigm and philosophy. By using these notions, it would be easy for the researcher to link the research problem with the research objectives and select adequate research method (Easterby-Smith et al, 2006).
      With the help of research paradigm, the researcher always uses valid arguments and facts by suing his critical thinking. Thus, in order to gather relevant data and it is essential to use an appropriate research methodology or its combination for example, case study analysis with the questionnaire through survey, etc. (Cooper and Schindler, 2006). Additionally, researcher should use a definite approach such as positivism, interpretive and realistic to gather data and information. All these approaches allow the researcher to collect valid and reliable data. In addition, utilization of deductive and inductive approach is also essential to analyze the data and information. According to the deceptive approach helps the researcher to observe data to fulfil the hypotheses, whereas in inductive research approach, researcher follows a process from ore specific concept to general concept to collect data (Burney, 2008).

Data Analysis
dissertation help Analysis of gathered data and information should be accurate to give most reliable result of the dissertation. In order to analyze the data and information firstly, research should use thematic framework analysis. This approach allows the researchers to deal with the conceptual data in an easy way (Easterby-Smith et al, 2006). This framework enables the researchers to develop a form of qualitative structure by using different codes for different data and information. These codes should be developed by using filed notes, policy documents, interview records and video footage (Creswell, 2003).
     In order to analyze the data effectively, researcher should use reading and re-reading process. Preparation of written records is essential to gain fair knowledge. In the data analysis process, it is necessary for the researcher to prepare a different them for different facts (Crowther and Lancaster, 2009). In order to conclude quantitative results, the researcher should use a statistical method, whereas qualitative results can be presented with the help thematic analysis. Both thematic and statistical analyses help the research to focus on psychological and social interpretation of data (Easterby-Smith et al, 2006). Researcher should use both Priori and Posteriori themes.
      In order to reduce the complexity of data, it is essential for the researcher to breakdown each and every data into different statically process. In the process of data evaluation, it is also significant for the researcher to use tabular and graphical presentation (Crowther and Lancaster, 2009). The data analysis process should be used to establish a relationship between the research question and research objectives.
      In order to collect and analyse the data researcher should use some research approach and paradigm. Additionally, some research methodologies and thematic framework should also be executed. In order to match the research objectives with the research problem and evaluate the data effectively, graphical and tabular presentation should be used along with statistical method.
Please email us to info@dissertationhelpservice.com to know more about our services. References
Burney, S.M.A. (2008, March 6). Inductive and Deductive: Research Approach.
Retrieved February 17, 2011 from http://www.drburney.net
pdf Cooper, D.R. and Schindler, P.S. (2006). Business Research Method (9th Edition). Boston: McGraw-Hill Irwin.
Creswell, J.W. (2003). Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods Approaches (2nd Edition) London: Sage.
Crowther, D. and Lancaster, G. (2009). Research Methods: A Concise Introduction to Research in Management and Business Consultancy (2nd Edition). Oxford Butterworth-Heinemann.
Easterby-Smith, M. et al (2006). Management Research: An introduction (2nd Edition). Sage Publications.