Core Activity - Stating and refining the question
For some people, questioning comes easily. They just have a knack for it. Their natural inquisitiveness seemingly puts the ideal question right on the tip of their tongue. But most people don’t ask enough questions, let alone pose inquiries in an optimal way. However, being able to develop a good question to be answered is the basis of any data analyses.
In today's video we will show the characteristics of a good question, the types of questions that can be asked, and how to apply the iterative epicyclic process to stating and refining your question so that when you start looking at data, you have a sharp, answerable question.
because we just love data. and asking the right questions.