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WASP (Write a Scientific Paper): Qualitative versus quantitative analyses

Victor Grech
Early Human Development 2019 March 27
Quantitative and qualitative analyses and research are conventionally regarded as fundamentally different techniques. However, their objectives and applications overlap, and the decision of which of the two methods to apply depends not only on the nature and volume of data that is to be collected, but also the actual type of data and the resources at hand. Indeed, the outright combination of the two methods is becoming increasingly common. This collection will cover some aspects of qualitative analyses techniques.


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