Just like most of the research, there are two types of data in our project, the primary data, and the secondary data.
In this chapter, describes the research method that was followed. It including the research design and participants, and the techniques and data analysis methods that are used for research and detected. Moreover, it is also discussing the techniques used to carry out the experimental work.
A dependent variable is the outcome or affected concept or characteristic from the independent variable.
Data is one of the most vital things to statistics and research information. While there are two types of data that a person might find during the research process; they are primary data and secondary data. Data can come from different sources during the research process. Primary data is any information received on a firsthand basis. An example of this would be if a researcher did an interview on a test subject the information received from the subject is primary data. Primary data is also data received while completing experiments and testing. Primary data is a better type of data to use in statistics because the researcher knows that data is more accurate. Secondary data is any type of data that a researcher gets from another source than themselves. The researcher does not know how the data was originally analysis so secondary data might not be as accurate and complete as primary data is. When using statistics to come to a conclusion about the research completed, it is best to use primary data instead of secondary data.
Secondary data- is the data that helps you to collect more information concerning to the research, and it has own relevance. The key point of this data is the connection with primary data, where it plays the supplement role. Also secondary data give an opportunity to researcher to gain materials about the standard mechanism for guiding research work (Patzer, 1995)
This study is organized into five distinct chapters. Chapter one deals with the introduction which is made up of background information of the research, statement of the research problem, objectives, conceptual definition of terms, limitations and scope of the research and finally the
There are two sources of data that will be used and most of the data will be collected from the secondary sources. The sources are-
Secondary data is published data, or data collected by others (Triola, 2010). Primary data is preferred in research because the knowledge is obtained first-hand, where secondary relies on the observations of others. For instance, more accurate results in a weight study will come from the direct weighing of the patients than asking them their weight.
Primary and secondary sources are ways in which data can be retrieved. As Serakan (2006) stated, “Primary data refer to information obtained by the researcher on the variables of interest for the specific purpose of the study”. Various evidence suggesting to what methods of primary research can be conducted and which are most effective for the previously mentioned problem description are stated in this chapter.
2. Secondary data collection is data that is collected by someone other than the user and can be sourced from research that already exists including published reports, case studies and statistical reseach organisations.
When choosing a data collection method for a study, there are various of factors that have been considered. Since all techniques have their strength and weaknesses, it is critical to assess every strategies appropriateness in regard to the study been carried out. The purpose for data collection is due to it is comprised of various sorts of data. Various techniques may be used as part of their request to address the research problems as completely as could reasonably be excepted. It is normal to make a distinction between two type of data, primary and secondary data.
In this chapter the researcher discussed about this study based on background of the study, problem statements of the study, purpose of the study, the significance of the study, scope and limitation of the study, and definition of key terms. All of them were included on the chapter one as fulfilled of the study.
This chapter presents the methodology used in carrying out the research. It describes the type and source of data, the study area, the target population, sampling methods and techniques used to select the sample size. The chapter also describes data collection and analysis techniques.
In order to test the hypotheses and answer the questions of the research, a convenient research methodology was chosen. A description of the characteristics of the methodological approach and data collection technique is provided in this chapter.
Collection of primary data includes methods such as observation and personal methods. Personal interview and discussion will be made with manager and other personnel in the organization for this purpose.