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If the facts are contrary to any predictions, then the hypothesis is wrong no matter how appealing. — David Douglass

OK! You've collected the data and now you want to find out what you've got. Analyzing the data can be tricky and time consuming, but it can also be fun and exhilarating! (Yes, we are a bunch of math geeks. Can you tell?) Data analysis is undoubtedly one of the most important parts of your research; this is the step where you get to answer all your questions!

Use the steps on the left hand side to learn some basic principles of analyzing data. If you have any questions, but sure to call the NEDARC staff at (801) 581-6410.


"Take nothing on its looks; take everything on evidence.  There's no better rule." -Charles Dickens, Great Expectations



rev. 05-Aug-2019




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