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Advantages and Disadvantages of Action Research

Action research is a technique in which a client and an action researcher work together to analyze a problem and build a solution based on the assessment. One of the main aspects of action...

Taylor Series of ln(1+x) – Formula and Derivation

The Taylor series of ln(1+x) gives an expression for the function ln(1+x) expressed as a polynomial power series having infinitely many terms. The series is valid in the range xin (-1,1] . In this...

Sxx Variance Formula (With Examples)

The Sxx refers to the sum of squares due to the variable x in both linear regression and ANOVA. It basically measures the amount of variation introduced in the data because of the x...

How to Normalize Data between 0 and 1

By normalizing the data we mean scaling the given data values in such a way that all of the given data values lie within the range 0 to 1. The data is scaled proportionally...

How Many Sides Does a Circle Have?

The answer to ‘How Many Sides Does a Circle Have’ is not as simple as one might expect it to be. Depending on the mathematical sophistication of the person you ask this question, you...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Content Analysis

Content analysis is a research methodology that involves identifying specific themes, concepts, and specific patterns of words in the data. The technique uses different data types like speeches, conversations, text, and more. To conduct...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Focus Groups

Focus Group is a qualitative market research methodology that involves getting together a group of people to discuss specific topics and understand the participants' views. One example could be a focus group that has...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Primary Data

As is evident from the name, Primary data refers to data collected directly by an individual or an organization through first-hand experience. Since no third party is involved or referenced in this data collection...

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