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Chapter 11: The Data Analysis Chapters
The Data Analysis Chapters
In this chapter we explore different strategies for the presentation of your data analysis. We discuss how to subdivide the data into chapters and also how to present both qualitative and quantitative data. We explore the issue of how you need to report the selection and rejection of data, in order that your account is open and transparent. In addition there is a discussion of the extent to which examples of raw data need to be included within the thesis.
- Look at articles in a range of different academic journals, and note the different forms of tabular presentations and figures. Think about your own data, and the different methods you could use to present it. Qualitative ...