Sampling Bias: Five Types You Should Know

What is Sampling Bias? We can define sample selection bias, or sampling bias, as a kind of bias caused by choosing and using non-random data for your statistical analysis. In survey or research sampling, bias is usually the tendency or propensity of a specific sample statistic to overestimate or underestimate a particular population parameter. Sampling

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An Overview of Sampling Methods in Research

You may have heard of sampling. It’s a cost-effective and efficient means of obtaining opinions or observations from a broad and diverse range of people. These people are selected from a particular group to gather more information and insights about the whole group. Did you know that sampling helps considerably in research? It is among

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What is Remote Research and How Can You Use it In 2021?

Will Remote Research Reign in 2021? Pretty much every aspect of life and business has been impacted to some degree due to the pandemic, including the market research industry. With the huge disruption in the industry came the rapid acceleration of digital transformation. A lot of companies have been forced to stop research initiatives and

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Market Research: A Quick Guide to Boosting Your Performance

What is Market Research and Why Is It Important? Firstly, you should understand what is market research? It is an act of gathering, analyzing and interpreting information that helps your company conquer the market. People use this type of research for various reasons. It helps you make the right decision, for instance, determining how many

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How to Choose the Best Research Methodology

Once you’ve chosen to conduct primary research, you might be wondering what’s next, and in this blog post, we will cover how to select the best method for your market research needs. Correctly choosing your research methodology is highly essential for your company, since it clarifies the purpose and goals of the project for both

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Primary Research: What’s it All About?

Typically, research can be broken down into two separate categories that define the source of the information being provided. Primary and secondary research are terms used to define the ways to obtain information, primary by means of gathering information directly from the source and secondary being gained by means of obtaining information that has been

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What vs. Why: How to Gather the Right Data to Drive Business Decisions

Essentially the difference between qualitative and quantitative data is the difference between asking “what” and asking “why.” Quantitative data provides the numbers–for example, how many people purchased an item within a specified time period from a specific vendor. Qualitative data can help to explain why those consumers bought that item instead of a similar item

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