Data Analysis is the way of orderly put into use statistical and/or logical techniques to define and
illustrate, shorten and recap, and calculate data. According to Shampoo and Resins (2003) various
calculate process “provide a way of drawing inaugural inferences from data and distinguishing the signal
(the phenomenon of interest) from the noise (statistical fluctuations) present in the data”.
While data analysis in illusory research can involve statistical conduct, many times analysis becomes a
growing repetitive process where data is continuously collected and analyzed almost together. Indeed,
researchers generally analyze for the motif in outcome through the entire data collection phase (Savenye,
Robinson, 2004). The form of the analysis is dogged by the specific qualitative access taken (field study,
ethnography content analysis, oral history, dairy, unobtrusive research) and the form of the data (field
notes, documents, audiotape, and videotape).
A vital component of establishing data purity is the accurate and relevant analysis of research data.
False statistical analyses alter scientific data, cheat casual readers (Sheppard, 2002), and may variously
influence the public approach of research. Probity issues are just as suited to the analysis of
non-statistical data as well.