Quantitative method Quantitive data are pieces of information that can be counted and which are usually gathered by surveys from large numbers of respondents randomly selected for inclusion.
Secondary data such as census data, government statistics, health system metrics, etc. Quantitative data is analysed using statistical methods.
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This type of research is best used to answer how and why questions and is not well suited to generalisable what, when and who questions.
” Qualitative studies seek to understand subjective interrelationships while quantitative studies seek to establish and examine definitive numerical relationships.
In qualitative research there is less emphasis on counting numbers of people who think or behave in certain ways and more emphasis on explaining why people think and behave in certain ways.
Participants in qualitative studies often involve smaller numbers of tools include and utilizes open-ended questionnaires interview guides.