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The scientific method allows for the possibility to answer questions. Here are two case study examples to provide explanations how technology use is typically implemented for research. These include: the methodological approach and research design, the validation process, participant recruitment, analysis, and interpretation (discussion) of the data.
- J.M. Bland, D.G. Altman, Statistical methods for assessing agreement between two methods of clinical measurement. Lancet, 307–310 (1986)Google Scholar
- N. Davey, A. Wixted, Y. Ohgi, D.A. James, in The Impact of Technology on Sport II. A low cost self contained platform for human motion analysis, vol 2, pp 101–111Google Scholar
- W.G. Hopkins, Spreadsheets for analysis of validity and reliability. Sportscience 19, 36–42 (2015). www.sportsci.org/2015/ValidRely.htm