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Results to Findings in Qualitative Evidence

Results are the data you are given by others in a qualitative study.  Findings are the outcomes of all the gathered results after you analyze them as they pertain to your research questions.We have already discussed that your writing about your qualitative results should be much more than a listing of the date of which you collected as they pertain to the questions you are asking. 

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Tools for Quantitative Evidence

Statistics are tools and, just like you would not use a hammer to pound a screw into a wall, you would not use ANOVA when simple frequencies will tell the tale that is the most convincing argument from which your data should answer your research questions.  This article discusses the conundrum of knowing which to use and when to employ them. 

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