What are SMART Objectives? SMART Objectives is defined as a set of objectives and goals that are put in place by parameters, that bring structure and tractability together. SMART goal setting creates a verifiable trajectory…

May brings fresh flowers, and fresh infographics! We love a good data dive at QuestionPro Audience, and we know you do too. Especially when they come in our favorite guilty pleasure—a colorful infographic. So, we’ve…

Nominal Scale and Ordinal Scale are two of the four variable measurement scales. Both these measurement scales have their significance in surveys/questionnaires, polls, and their subsequent statistical analysis. Every statistician should evaluate the difference between…

Interval scale and ratio scale are the two variable measurement scales where they define the attributes of the variables quantitatively. There are four scales of measurement that have been mentioned time and again. Apart from…

Correlational Research: Definition with Example Correlational research is a type of non-experimental research method, in which a researcher measures two variables, understands and assess the statistical relationship between them with no influence from any extraneous…