As mentioned earlier in the website, one of the trickiest parts of research is analyzing the results properly. The reason it is considered very tricky is that one’s personal conditioning, observation, biases, and cultural setup come into the picture. No doubt it provides a diversity of opinions, but if one is trying to achieve the objectivity scale on par, and then it sure can become a problem.
So the follow-up the question is that how can one analyze research as objectively as possible. The first rule of explaining the research is strictly sticking to the finding which means not altering the tone, language, or words of the conclusion according to one’s mindset. The analyst has to be strictly observant of all the parameters associated with the research to analyze it as objectively as possible.
After the first step, the second and third step should be to re-analyze it. In the process of re-analysis, one gets the chance to include the missed out points and omit the wrongly understood points. One also gets the chance to get closer to the result because of the endless number of revision that comes with the process of re-analyzing. After getting the first draft of the result, match it with the research objective. Understand if the result is deviating from the topic or it is adhering to it. If it is deviating, the next step should be to re-evaluate keeping the research objective in mind.
If the result is adhering to the research objective, the researcher should cross check with a couple of other researchers to re-confirm the result with the research conducted. It is always good to have quality assurance check in any given research.
After receiving the final of the final analysis, necessary steps should be taken. A good analysis is always the analysis of the analysis.