Tag: Research Design
In statistics, Type 1 and Type 2 errors relate to inaccurate conclusions in tests. Type 1 is a false positive, rejecting a true idea, while Type 2 is a false negative, accepting a false idea. Balancing these errors is essential for valid study results.
Pure research seeks to expand fundamental knowledge, driven by curiosity, while applied research is designed to solve practical problems with immediate applications. Both are crucial for knowledge advancement and interact to inform each other.