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Step 8: Start Collecting

Picture of a baby in a room ready to be painted - Ready to Start Your Project?OK, you’ve gone through all the steps of planning your data collection project.

Now it’s time to start actually collecting data! This is the point where all your hard work in the planning stage finally pays off.

Make sure you've covered all of the steps listed in the column on the left. Each step is important to a successful data collection project.

If you've done the collecting and you've got the data returned, it is time to start analyzing the data.






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