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Research Process: Quantifying Results

What is the research process? This will cover: Creating a problem statement, creating research question(s), conducting a literature review, selecting research methods, and quantifying & presenting results.

Quick Overview

Quantifiying your results mean that any observations or experiences are mapped into quantities that can be measured or counted.

Full Overview of Quantifying Results

Above is a link to a  book chapter that covers how to analyze both quantitative and qualitative data.

Above is a link to a  book chapter that covers how to present quantified data. 

Video on Quantifying Data

Provides a specific example of some data quantification.