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Statistics is an important part of many syllabuses, from A-level, GCSE, or college level right through to doctoral level in many academic fields. Many students of the arts and humanities feel anxious about statistics, but their courses may require them to master the basic principles. In other cases, a deeper knowledge is needed and you will be asked to carry out actual calculations, either manually or with the help of computer software.
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What Is Statistics?
Statistical processes involve manipulating raw data and presenting it to your readers in a coherent and understandable format. Some of the most common and basic calculations include the mean (the arithmetic average), the median (the halfway mark between all scores) and the mode (the most frequent score). There are also calculations for ratios, probability tests, correlations and factor analysis. Another useful concept at the more advanced levels of statistics is that of the normal distribution or so-called bell graph. Then there is the effect of skewed or weighted data. In terms of different kinds of measurements, you will need to know whether you are using a nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio scale
Statistics is used in psychology, medicine, epidemiology, business administration, sociology, occupational therapy, market research, politics, law, criminology, town planning and a host of other fields. The humanities, as well as the hard sciences, make use of statistics.
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Apart from the calculations which are used in statistics, there is the related aspect of research methodology. This refers to the way in which you plan and carry out your research. For example, do you count the number of red blood cells that are visible on a microscope slide? Do you give 200 people questionnaires to fill in? Or do you interview five individuals during in-depth conversations?
A quantitative approach relies on large samples and makes use of the full range of statistical calculations. The research methodology, in this case, may be experimental, observational or correlational. It may be longitudinal (studying an effect across time through repeated measurements) or cross-sectional (a single “snapshot” taken at one moment in time).
Then there is qualitative research, which is used only in the humanities and arts, with human subjects. It usually involves interviewing people and learning about their subjective or personal experiences. Some statistical calculations will be used, but these are usually quite simple compared with those used in quantitative research.
We offer support at any level of statistical research and writing, including if necessary a literature review which relates to the field of inquiry. All papers are written in standard UK English. Our writers are suitably qualified and are able to interpret statistical information and present it in summarized tables as well as meaningful written sentences. Statistics are used in many different fields of inquiry, such as psychology, medicine, economics, and marketing.