## How to handle a negative Cronbach’s alpha value?

By Riya Jain and Priya Chetty on October 6, 2021

Sometimes Cronbach’s alpha value is negative, i.e. below 0. This article explains how to handle negative Cronbach’s alpha value so that it is turned acceptable.

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## Descriptive analysis terminologies in statistics

By Riya Jain and Priya Chetty on August 23, 2021

Descriptive analysis is a popular method of examining a dataset’s characteristics. In this article, we review some of the most basic terms in the following statistical tests.

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## Primary data coding procedure for statistical analysis

By Riya Jain and Priya Chetty on July 12, 2021

The first step in the process of statistical analysis is primary data coding. This refers to the coding of responses obtained in the survey.

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## Understanding various hypothesis testing steps

By Riya Jain and Priya Chetty on June 17, 2020

This article emphasizes the process of various hypothesis testing steps. A research hypothesis is a clear statement or assumption of a researcher about the possible relationship between two variables, or elements, in a study.

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## How to calculate the sample size of primary research?

By Priya Chetty and Riya Jain on June 10, 2020

The calculation of the sample size is to determine the number of units or items that a researcher needs to include in the sample. Sample size calculation is the fourth step of sampling design and comes after the identification of the population.

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## Different types of research problems and their examples

By Ashni Walia and Priya Chetty on June 1, 2020

The identification of the research problem is the first step in the research process. It is similar to the identification of the destination before a journey. It works as the foundation for the whole research process.

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## A comparison of descriptive research and experimental research

By Apara Bhattacharya and Priya Chetty on May 18, 2020

There are different types of quantitative research such as survey research, descriptive research, experimental research, and causal-comparative research.

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## Advantages and limitations of quantitative data collection methods

By Ashni Walia and Priya Chetty on May 12, 2020

Quantitative data collection refers to data collected from primary or secondary sources in numerical form for mathematical calculations and statistical analysis.

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