After you research, I’m sure you’ll agree that there are really four different levels of research. The first level is about getting your research done. This might involve gathering information from as many sources as possible until your research is complete. This is not the same as conducting research.
If this does not involve getting your research done, then you are really not getting your research done and you are in the second level.
Research is all about “getting your research done.” This means gathering as many data points as possible and then putting together a conclusion that supports your findings. This is called a “research paper.
The problem is that the majority of the sources you get are small and non-representative of the industry. What this means is that the majority of the data you’ll encounter will be stale. Research should be about getting the most reliable information possible, and you should avoid the use of small, stale, and non-representative data.
I have to admit that I rarely source research articles. I’m not an academic myself, though I did attend university for a while. My sources are usually individuals who have relevant (to my knowledge) opinions on various topics. The most reliable and representative sources tend to be the ones that are the most well-known within the industry, which is usually a group of people who own the top-selling brand.
Yes, the most reliable and representative sources usually happen to be the most well-known within the industry. This is because when you’re researching something, you want to see as much of the industry as possible. When you’re conducting an academic paper, you don’t want to see much of the industry. It’s just not realistic to try and represent all of the relevant players in your field.
It’s not realistic to do research because you don’t want to include people who may not have anything to do with the topic you are researching. In my own research on the topic of data visualization we did not include any of the industry’s biggest players. In the end, only the people who were in the top-15 data visualization companies in their respective categories were included.
Well I think that’s pretty awesome, because we do want to include players in any industry. Its not realistic to do so if you dont understand what the players do.
Sure you dont want to include people who may not have anything to do with the topic you are researching. In my own research on the topic of data visualization we did not include any of the industrys biggest players. In the end, only the people who were in the top-15 data visualization companies in their respective categories were included.
And if you dont understand what the players do, your research is useless.