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Qualitative data and statistical analysis methods relationships between variables how to use to test
Qualitative research can be used to explore variables, get a sense of what relationships may exist. Findings usually give an indication of what might be going on with the variables, and from there you carry on with a quantitative research to find support (or reject) your "hunch" derived from that previous qualitative work.
It also works the other way around. You did a quantitative study and found unexpected relationships. You want to then look into it more deeply to untangle the variables, gain a better understanding, so you can draw more solid conclusions.
That's the beauty of using mixed methods. However, you will need time and resources to do both well, so it is important to give the reader an understanding of your research goals, methods and also limitations. Neither method, to my mind, is absolutely conclusive when new concepts, relationships, or areas of research are being pursued.
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