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06 quantitative data processing

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How to process the quantitative data collected through field survey with structured interview schedule with the help of MsS=s? This paper answers this question.

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06 quantitative data processing

  1. 1. By Dr. E. Kanagaraj Department of Social Work School of Social Sciences Mizoram University Aizawl -796 009.
  2. 2. Data What is Data? What are its Types? Primary vs Secondary Quantitative Vs Qualitative
  3. 3. Types of Data  Primary Data and Secondary Data :  Crossectional, Time Series and Pooled Data
  4. 4. Variable What is Variable? Continuous and Discrete Metric and Non-metric Independent, Dependent and Mediating
  5. 5. Data Processing Editing Coding : Code Book Data Entry: Master Chart Data Cleaning
  6. 6. Why Computer in Data Processing and Analysis Time Resources Energy Errors Use of Advanced Tools Multivariate Techniques Difficult?
  7. 7. Coding Assigning numerals and Labeling Structured, Pre-coded Instruments Unstructured Questions Coding according to research objective Numerical coding most appropriate
  8. 8. Data Entry Master Chart or Table Variables in Column Cases in Rows Data entry in Ms Excel Integration of Code Book and Master Reading Excel Data in SPSS
  9. 9. Data Cleaning Correcting Errors in Data Entry Maximum, Minimum, Frequency etc Sorting and Correcting
  10. 10. Data Analysis What is analysis Explaining the one with the other Association Relationship: Linear vs Non linear Comparison: Two or More Groups Hypothesis Testing
  11. 11. Choice of Techniques Sampling Design : Random Vs Non random Nature of Variable : Nominal, Ordinal, Interval Number of Variables Number of Cases : Sample Size
  12. 12. Descriptive Statistics Aim to describe the characteristics Measures of Central Tendency Measures of Dispersion
  13. 13. Inferential Statistics Parameter – Population measure Statistic – Sample measure Univariate Bivariate Multivariate
  14. 14. Contact Dr.E.Kanagaraj mekanagaraj@gmail.com Cell:9436362333
  15. 15. THANK YOU

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