Beginning researchers often assume that qualitative data analyses are very different than quantitative data analyses. However, qualitative data are often coded into themes, which can then be used in a quantitative type of data analysis.
For example, the number of women with Attention Deficit Disorder who report anxiety during an interview about their life experiences is a variable (absence or presence of the report of anxiety) that can be used in a statistical analysis.
Use this information to complete this discussion.
Using the two articles you found in this coursework, name the statistics used to answer one of the research questions.
Include the persistent links for the articles DOI’s.
• Are there similarities or differences between the two articles in the qualitative and quantitative data analysis techniques?
• Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each type of data analysis.
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