When we are talking about a CBT that was done based on sampled data collection, data analysis is simply indispensable to direct your reader to a conclusion. Let’s talk how to make an analysis of the appropriate results, within the conforming and coherent. Using the best techniques so that the data is interpreted correctly.
This is one of the most important moments in CBT, as it has a reputation for being a simplistic form of work. This is the moment to show the bank that their work is not a shortcut but an important questioning
Another important part of the analysis of results is the presentation form within the body of the text. It needs to be done by following a pattern, and we will teach you.
Understanding the beginning of the analysis of results
Analyzing the results of a survey is the appropriate way to begin to refer a CBT that used this methodology to a descriptive conclusion. Whether to confirm or refute the initial questioning that originated the search, this tabulation needs to follow a pattern to be clear.
I will explain this pattern in a simple and practical way! Already making it clear that all this explanation will be available in the tool that I offer for those who buy the full course.
The first part of the presentation of the results is an introductory text. Where do you take back, in a simplified way, the information you used to guide your search. Here you can include:
- The ways you got in touch with people;
- How many people they were;
- Everything you consider relevant to understand the cut of your sampling.
After that, you begin presenting the data you have collected, beginning with the questions that your research has raised. To do this, completely ignore all the questions needed to define who the interviewee was, focusing on the issues that motivated the study.
Each question should be followed by its “answer”, which can be put into a discursive paragraph (much more used in the case of a case study or review of the bibliography). For research cases with a particular audience, you should present these numbers with some graphical representation. It can be by bar graph, pizza, Cartesians, etc.
After presenting the data systemically, you need to present an interpretation of the data, which begins to take a more argumentative rather than a discursive tone. This is because you are collecting the data to support your conclusion. So it has to be built right now, so that it has strength and is not easily refuted.
Finally, if you feel there is need to highlight some information that was within or outside of your expectations.
You put it right after the data is exposed. This information is a direct indication of the data collected, as if it were a “mini-conclusion”.
These concluding captions in the text are important so that you keep your reader on the same line of reasoning as you, and problems or difficulties in that part may indicate difficulty in interpreting the collected data.
Finalizing the Results Analysis
After you have submitted the data you collected, then it is time to go to the data observations in your Analysis of Results.
This is the time when you made the “mini conclusions” about the data collected, you will have greater ease.
This is because you will only need to “sum” those conclusions and compare it with the purpose of the research, be it corroborating with the initial precept.
Whether it is corroborating, denying or just allowing a particular clipping of the bibliography to be analyzed in a certain way, this is the time when you need to explain the results.
A good explanation at the end of the data analysis is especially important not only for the written work, but also for the oral presentation. That’s because if you base the script of your oral presentation on a well-made and conscious interpretation of the data, the chances of error fall considerably.
After observations of the data, you may need to correlate the data and information with specific objectives. Here each institution ends up having a specific way of thinking, but it is better to sin for excess than for lack.
Conclusion of the Results Review
Finally, you will move on to the final stage of the data presentation. The highlight and the conclusion.
Highlighting is something very important that you have learned, discovered, or completed about your research. Most of the time it is related to the purpose of the research, but not always.
It is important that the information in the outline be clear and specific. The more of these qualities the better, besides being interesting to confirm whether this conclusion was expected or not.
Finally, the conclusion of your CBT points out what scientifically proven knowledge you derive from your scientific work. This is indispensable for both writing and oral presentation. And it must be knowledgeable and everyone who has participated in the work.
Their conclusion may also bring suggestions for new scholarly works. This usually happens when your study, because it is very specific, stops instigating certain information. Or even have opened the search field further for new information on a particular subject.
With this information made properly you have an analysis of CBT results done correctly. Which will guarantee you a good part of your note.