- Chapter 3: Conducting Analyses: Going beyond Reasonable Doubt
- from Thinking Backwards
- Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia)
- Released: February 2011
By using the analytical framework discussed in the previous selection, you can focus your analysis work to produce a higher quality of information that is more relevant to the problem. The purpose of your analysis is to answer specific questions and test hypotheses. This selection discusses several techniques to assist you in conducting the best possible analysis for a given problem.
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