Category:Basic Data Analysis

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Once the data has been cleaned, tidied, and, if required, weighted, tables need to be created and interpreted and turned into reporting. This consists of the following steps, but they can be done in any order:

  1. Creating and interpreting summary tables. These tables will generally already have been created as a part of the data preparation (see Creating a Summary Report).
  2. Creating and interpreting Crosstabs according to the Analysis Plan (or, on the fly if there is no analysis plan).
  3. Computing and Interpreting Significance Tests.
  4. Filtering Data.
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