What to do if the Data of your Research Turn out to be Incomplete?

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What to do if the Data of your Research Turn out to be Incomplete?
malambo mweemba, Project Manager, Zambia, Member
Suppose you have just finished executing an agriculture project in which you were distributing agricultural inputs to farmers. During the analysis of the end-line data, you have seen that three respondents did not receive the inputs as per distribution list. What could be your next steps in this matter? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Next Steps in Case of Incomplete Research Data
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
Hi Malambo, it's a pity you didn't get a reaction to your question. Perhaps it was too difficult.
What steps did you take at the time? Thank you for helping others that are having the same problem...
 

 
What to do if you get Incomplete Data of your Research
malambo mweemba, Project Manager, Zambia, Member
Hello Jaap, the steps I took in this case were to re-evaluate the collected data and then I came up with aggregates that helped me analyze the data. And fortunately I managed to get some more results and interpreted them correctly. This was of help to me and my team.
 

         
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