Statistical Help

Thesis Statistics Help – PhD Data Analysis

Statistical data analysis is at the heart of your research, as all your findings are based on the way you analyze your raw data. Thus, it can be costly to make mistakes at this stage of research. If you do not use the right statistical tests, tools and techniques, then it can be disastrous for your entire research. It is important to be accurate while analyzing and interpreting your findings. This is where our team of professional statisticians can support you.

Services Offered: 

  1. Questionnaire Design
  2. Questionnaire Reliability and Validity Testing
  3. Descriptive Analysis
  4. Inferential Analysis
  5. Structured Equation Modelling

Popular Tests Used: 

  1. Anova
  2. Manova
  3. T Test
  4. Chi Square
  5. Logistic Regression
  6. Correlation
  7. SEM using AMOS

Software’s Used:

  1. SPSS
  2. STATA
  3. E-Views
  4. AMOS
  5. SAS

Our statisticians ensure that your data is analyzed accurately and your results are well interpreted. Whether it is qualitative or quantitative research, we can handle data analysis of both types. While a quantitative study may require intense analysis, a qualitative study may also not end up with the right results if its data is improperly tabulated and further interpreted. Since both types of research require separate analytical approaches, our statisticians focus on providing relevant assistance using varied tools.

In case of your quantitative study, we utilize software like SPSS, Stata, EViews, SAS and AMOS. We also recommend right statistical tests which suit your quantitative study. On the other hand, we make use of packages like NVivo while analyzing data and thematic content for your qualitative study. We additionally help you in designing the methodology for your research so as to effectively answer all research questions. To know more about statistical tools and seek professional advice, you can write in to us at info@phdguidance.org or call at +91-9867825317

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