Management of Utilizing Data Analysis and Hypothesis Testing in Improving the Quality of Research Reports

Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM)

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Title Management of Utilizing Data Analysis and Hypothesis Testing in Improving the Quality of Research Reports
Management of Utilizing Data Analysis and Hypothesis Testing in Improving the Quality of Research Reports
 
Creator Yusup, Muhamad
Syauqi Naufal, Romzi
Hardini, Marviola
 
Description Data analysis and mathematical techniques play a central role in quantitative data processing. Quantitative researchers estimate (strength) the strength of the relationship of variables, and test hypotheses statistically. Unlike the case with qualitative research. Although qualitative researchers might test a hypothesis in the analysis process, they do not estimate or test hypotheses about the relationship of variables statistically. Through tests or statistical tests can be used as the main means for interpreting the results of research data. It is through this statistical test that we as researchers can compare which data groups and what can be used to determine probabilities or possibilities that distinguish between groups based on an opportunity. Thus, it can provide evidence to determine the validity of a hypothesis or conclusion. In this study, we will discuss the preparation of data for analysis such as editing data, coding, categorizing, and entering data. As well as discussing the differences in data analysis for descriptive statistics and inferential statistics, differences in data analysis for parametric and non-parametric statistics in research, explanations of multivariate data analysis procedures, and also forms of research hypotheses.
Data analysis and mathematical techniques play a central role in quantitative data processing. Quantitative researchers estimate (strength) the strength of the relationship of variables, and test hypotheses statistically. Unlike the case with qualitative research. Although qualitative researchers might test a hypothesis in the analysis process, they do not estimate or test hypotheses about the relationship of variables statistically. Through tests or statistical tests can be used as the main means for interpreting the results of research data. It is through this statistical test that we as researchers can compare which data groups and what can be used to determine probabilities or possibilities that distinguish between groups based on an opportunity. Thus, it can provide evidence to determine the validity of a hypothesis or conclusion. In this study, we will discuss the preparation of data for analysis such as editing data, coding, categorizing, and entering data. As well as discussing the differences in data analysis for descriptive statistics and inferential statistics, differences in data analysis for parametric and non-parametric statistics in research, explanations of multivariate data analysis procedures, and also forms of research hypotheses.
Keywords: Data analysis, Quantitative research, Qualitative research, Hypothesis
 
Publisher iLearning Journal Center (iJC)
 
Date 2019-01-25
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Artikel Peer-review
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ijc.ilearning.co/index.php/ATM/article/view/789
10.33050/atm.v2i2.789
 
Source Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM); Vol 2 No 2 (2018): ATM (APTISI Transactions on Management); 159-167
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM); Vol 2 No 2 (2018): ATM (APTISI Transactions on Management); 159-167
2622-6804
2622-6812
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ijc.ilearning.co/index.php/ATM/article/view/789/180
 
Rights Hak Cipta (c) 2018 Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM)
 

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