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About SPSS 1:1 Research Assistance
When the time arrives to defend your dissertation, you must be able to explain your conclusions and support your analysis. The data used in preparing your dissertation — such as data gained — must support your research. Ph.D./professional doctoral candidates working on dissertations can benefit from professional research assistance. Scholars Professional Editing Group LLC provides mixed-method, and quantitative data analysis and related services designed to help doctoral candidates better understand their data, write their dissertations results more effectively, and defend their findings to the research review committee members.
Mixed-method, and quantitative data analysis is offered through 1:1 research assistance training. Rather than simply conducting data analysis and handing the results to doctoral candidates, our statisticians work 1:1 with candidates throughout the entire process. As a result, candidates can decrease the time spent in the data analysis process. When you are unfamiliar with research tools, methods, or sophisticated data analysis management software such as SPSS when preparing to collect & conduct your analysis, the process can be extremely stressful. Our statisticians, content experts, academic doctors, methodologists, and university professors at Scholars Professional Editing Group LLC understand the data analysis process. We are dedicated to helping doctoral candidates understand it, too.
Research Assistance Services Available
Quantitative Data Analysis
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA)
Combination of both SPSS and NVivo/Manual coding methods
Why Choose Us?
Of course, it is not necessary to have all of the answers regarding research data analysis and managing sophisticated software. Leveraging professional editing services provided by scholar-practitioners can benefit you in numerous ways.
By guaranteeing that your project meets your rubric, university/program & publishing requirements the number of revisions decreases by 50%. Ultimately, this means the time spent in a doctoral program is reduced, resulting in significant financial savings.