How to Fit Quantitative Research into the Project Lifecycle

by William Hudson | | 12 min read
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Quantitative research methods fit into the project lifecycle at different stages of the process.

In this video, we see where different quantitative research methods fit into a typical project lifecycle. Bear in mind that even with an iterative process such as Agile, the short cycles still address different phases of development even though this may not happen to all parts of the project simultaneously. That’s to say that different project components may be at a given phase of the lifecycle at different times.

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