Category: Data CollectionPrimary and secondary data

My research background is economics and the topic of my research is,”the macroeconomics of SMEs entrepreneurship in Indian market.” I have collected the primary and secondary data for my research and it was very easy to do that but now i am stuck as my supervisor is pressuring me to use them together and i don’t know how to do it.
So please help me. My supervisor is very rude and is not ready to help me.

asked on 07 Jul 18Sonali Jain Sonali Jain
3 Answers
answered on 09 Jul 18

I am attaching a link, go through it. It’s a presentation about Primary and secondary data. This will help you in understanding the idea.
https://www.slideshare.net/parabprathamesh/primary-sec

Lisa Hedgewell Lisa Hedgewell
answered on 16 Jul 18

The advantages of having primary information is its adaptability towards your aim.
The principal thing you ought to do is to consider the data you have from your secondary data, at that point analyze the primary data as it’s the best approach to get data which can be analyzed or joined by your secondary data.
The strategy or approach you may use to change over those primary data to secondary data relies upon your objective and the idea of your research.

Yashti Iyer Yashti Iyer
answered on 16 Jul 18

Data accumulation assumes an exceptionally vital part in the statistical analysis. In research, there are distinctive strategies used to assemble data, all of which fall into two classifications, i.e. primary data and secondary data information. As the name proposes, primary data is one which is gathered out of the blue by the researcher while secondary data is the information officially gathered or delivered by others.

Keshav Verma Keshav Verma

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