Understanding the data that is being presented throughout the research allows the reader to become fully engaged within the results of the research. The process of collecting data is just as important an managing the data for future research and experiments; research scientist discover new work and methods everyday by using the prior reading and research results of those before them.
There has to be a true interest in the research for the individual reader before any processes can be implemented and worked through; the level of understanding considering the results and data collection of certain projects may be different, but the ethics concerning how the data was retrieved and distributed will always be a key issue when the final research is calculated and completed.
The most important value within the information is the overall purpose of the data and how it will be collected, managed and finally distributed to the public. The responsibility of the researcher is as important as the meaning of the research.
[...] Data Collection The data collection process starts with the idea and the methods for the purpose of the research for the general public. Why do these methods need to be researched and how can we use the results to better society as a whole; this is the area that could always be improved because of the importance of the beginning of the process. The reader has to trust the researcher for the mind to become completely open to the new and improved ideas of the data collection methods. [...]
[...] Qualitative inquiry and research design: Choosing among five approaches (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc Patton, M. Q. (2002). Qualitative research and evaluation methods (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. [...]
[...] Once the information has been distributed to the public a public library or data base for the original work to be found online for individuals who may follow up on certain information within the project or use the information for their own papers; as long as the research is cited concerning the original author and developers of the entire concept; this allows many to read and appreciate the overall project. NVivo would help the researcher manage, collect and distribute the data to the reader in a very concise way, so the reader does not become confused within the information that they are digesting. References Creswell, J. W. (2013). [...]
[...] Collection and Management Techniques Abstract The ability to collect and manage date is the future of research and results; many times individuals whom trust the researcher rarely question the methods and the processes to developing the answers and results. The believability within the creating, tracking and documenting daily findings within the research, data and management allows more readers to understand the original mindset of the researcher whom started the process. Introduction Understanding the data that is being presented throughout the research allows the reader to become fully engaged within the results of the research. [...]
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