**Pie charts and bar graphs** are the most common ways of displaying qualitative data. A spreadsheet program like Excel can make both of them. The first step for either graph is to make a frequency or relative frequency table.

## Simply so, how do you display qualitative and quantitative data?

**3 Rules For Presenting Qualitative & Quantitative Data**

- Know your audience. …
- Use visuals such as charts, diagrams, and images whenever possible to make hard data more comprehensible. …
- Provide a logical flow from quantitative to qualitative data so your audience can see how the numbers and interpretations are connected.

**How to Organize Qualitative Data**

- Choose and follow a clear file naming system.
- Develop a data tracking system.
- Establish and document transcription/translation procedures.
- Establish quality control procedures.
- Establish a Realistic Timeline.

## Similarly, how do you present and interpret qualitative data?

**Qualitative data analysis requires a 5-step process:**

- Prepare and organize your data. Print out your transcripts, gather your notes, documents, or other materials. …
- Review and explore the data. …
- Create initial codes. …
- Review those codes and revise or combine into themes. …
- Present themes in a cohesive manner.

## How do you present quantitative data in a research paper?

**What are the proper ways of presenting a quantitative data?**

- Create a frequency table, bar graph, pareto chart, pictogram, or a pie chart to represent a data set.
- Identify features of ineffective representations of data.
- Create a histogram, pie chart, or frequency polygon that represents numerical data.

## How do you present research data?

**SOME GENERAL RULES**

- Keep it simple. …
- First general, then specific. …
- Data should answer the research questions identified earlier.
- Leave the process of data collection to the methods section. …
- Always use past tense in describing results.
- Text, tables or graphics?

## Is a pie chart quantitative or qualitative?

Pie charts and bar graphs are used **for qualitative data**. Histograms (similar to bar graphs) are used for quantitative data. Line graphs are used for quantitative data.

## What are the 5 methods to analyze qualitative data?

**Qualitative data analysis can be divided into the following five categories:**

- Content analysis. This refers to the process of categorizing verbal or behavioural data to classify, summarize and tabulate the data.
- Narrative analysis. …
- Discourse analysis. …
- Framework analysis. …
- Grounded theory.

## What are the qualitative data collection methods?

There are a variety of methods of data collection in qualitative research, including **observations, textual or visual analysis (eg from books or videos)** and interviews (individual or group). However, the most common methods used, particularly in healthcare research, are interviews and focus groups.

## What are two most commonly used quantitative data analysis method?

The two most commonly used quantitative data analysis methods are **descriptive statistics and inferential statistics**.

## What illustrates a quantitative study?

Quantitative research collects **information from existing and potential customers using sampling methods and sending out online surveys, online polls, questionnaires**, etc., the results of which can be depicted in the form of numerical.

## Which are examples of qualitative data?

The **hair colors of players on a football team**, the color of cars in a parking lot, the letter grades of students in a classroom, the types of coins in a jar, and the shape of candies in a variety pack are all examples of qualitative data so long as a particular number is not assigned to any of these descriptions.