data analysis

Data: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Making Sense of It All

Workshop provided to doctoral students who attended and live in Northern and Central Valley of California. Workshop session topics are generated by doctoral candidates based on course work and where the students within their during the doctoral journey.  Data is a topic of confusion since most doctoral students believe data is only quantitative in nature. The workshop dispelled this myth and provided strategies for how to effectively collect and analyze data regardless of the type of study.

Selecting the Right Statistical Analysis Tool for Your Research

Review this statistical analysis decision tool developed by Scott W. M. Burrus, Research Chair for the Center for Learning Analytics Research.

Understanding Secondary Data in Research

Secondary data – or “second-hand analysis” – can be and is often used for valuable research contributions. Learn more about what it is, why it matters, and more.

Introduction to the Center for Learning Analytics Research

Welcome to the emerging field of learning analytics and the University of Phoenix’s newest research center, the Center for Learning Analytics Research!

An Introduction to Public Use Data Sets

Learn more about Public Use Data Sets (PUDS), when to use them, and where to find them.


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