Dissertation Data Analysis

The most important and complex part of your dissertation would be data analysis. At Statworkz, we offer comprehensive support for dissertation data analysis in your research. This is the fourth step of the detailed dissertation statistics process and includes considerable manipulations and calculations. The elements that are involved at this step are:

  • Data Bank
  • Analysis Test
  • Modules
  • Tables
  • Charts
  • Graphs

The data bank is the information that is gathered in the initial stage of data collection (Primary or secondary), as required by the research. Our dissertation data analysis help includes assistance for management and arrangement of data, which have to be done before the implementation of the tests.

The statistical tests are chosen in consultation with the experts, in accordance with the aims of the study and nature of data. There are hundreds of tests to be chosen from, so taking help of knowledgeable guides becomes essential. Whether it is regression analysis, factor analysis or structural equation modeling, we are adept at using all types of tests.

In fact, there are many statistical programs, which include many types of tests for researchers. SPSS is a common tool that is used by scholars and we also offer dedicated SPSS help for data analysis.

After verifying the tests with your supervisor, the statisticians guide you with the application of tests. The best part about our assistance is that we do not just apply the tests, but also explain you every step that is involved in creation of the modules and tables. Our motive is to prepare you for facing your review committee, by helping you learn the technicalities of statistical tests. To ask a question concerning your statistical research, you can contact our PhD statisticians at contact@statworkz.com 

The last stage of our data analysis help service focuses on interpreting the results of the tests and presenting them in an easy form (APA compliance as well). The results section of the dissertation comprises of the outcome, and relating them to the hypothesis. We help you make sense of the results and explain them.

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