In-Depth Analysis of Raw Data & Associated Statistics
Is your organization in need of an in-depth analysis of the raw data collected from your survey? Advanced Survey Design is there to give you a comprehensive raw data analysis that ensures you get the most information possible from the data provided to us through the surveys we have designed and implemented.
While many companies will be able to glean the knowledge they need through a regular raw data review, some organizations maybe in need of a more thorough associated statistical analysis. Our team is capable of performing both standard as well as in-depth data reports to ensure that each and every one of our clients receives the information they need to accomplish the goals they have set out for themselves when creating their survey. Trust our team to fully inform, educate, and support you when it comes to reviewing your survey feedback.
How Our Raw Data Analysis Works
When you request an in-depth analysis from our specialists, we will do everything it takes to provide you with the most comprehensive data report possible. Your client data is thoroughly studied, correlated with potentially-related data sets, and fully analyzed and reported before sending it back to you in an easy-to-understand manner. The more information you have at your disposal, the more likely you are to pick up on the nuances of the responses. This allows you to make adjustments to your organization with a meticulous hand to ensure the best possible results.
Educating our clients about the information found in their survey results is one of the best ways to help them get the most effective results from our services. That is why our survey administration specialists take the time to fully explain our in-depth analysis and reports to each person that requests this service. Want more information about how our in-depth data reports work? The following three research papers conducted by our staff analyst provide you with examples of the level of analysis our team will devote to your organizational needs. Our staff-generated research papers include:
- “Can Squadron Safety Climate Surveys Predict Mishap Risk?”, Michael Schimpf, June 2004
- “A Study of the Relationship between the Maintenance Climate Assessment Survey (MCAS) and Naval Aviation Mishaps”, Michael Schimpf and Charles Kinzer, November 2004
- “CSA and MCAS Surveys and their Relationship to Naval Aviation Mishaps”, Michael Schimpf and Robert Figlock, June 2006
Contact us for more information about how we study the data from your surveys. Our team in Monterey, California, is proud to provide high-quality, in-depth analysis and data reports for our clients across the country.