Category: GuidelinesEmpirical evidence

My guide is giving my paper back to me for revision again and again and asking me to provide some empirical evidence….What are they?? How to use them in a paper?? Are they really used in a research paper???
Please help me to have a clear thought about it.

asked on 30 Jul 18Priyanshu Rathore Priyanshu Rathore
2 Answers
answered on 30 Jul 18

Empirical evidence is evidence where proof does depend on inference thus it enables other researchers to examine the assumptions or hypothesis employed to see if facts are relevant at all to the support of or counter the hypothesis.

Mayank Singh mayank singh
answered on 31 Jul 18

Empirical evidence is the knowledge obtained by utilizing the senses, mainly by observation and documentation of patterns and behavior through experimentation.

Piyush Batra piyush batra

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