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Does RET own CSPro?

No, we do not own the app or develop it but rather we use it to developed data collection applications in PCs and upload them to Android devices for data collection. The software is free to download at

What is CSPro?

The Census and Survey Processing System (CSPro) is a public domain software package developed and owned by the United States Census Bureau. Its license is a free open source. CSPro has been used by many organizations and tens of thousands of individuals for entering, editing, tabulating, and disseminating census and survey data. CSPro supports data collection on both Windows PCs and android devices (phones and tablets). The CSEntry Android App works in collaboration with the desktop version of CSPro.

Due to Cov19-pandemic, our upcoming training courses will be delivered by modules via webinars. We are starting with a free webinar with Stata 16 IC. All interested applicants will receive a free genuine license of Stata 16 IC for 2 weeks. You are requested to apply early in order to get the software at least 3-7 days before the commencement of the training.

Andrew Kagwa (Trainer and Facilitator)

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  • Free webinars on data analysis with Stata - Thursday 30, July 2020
  • Management of projects with Microsoft project 2019 Professional software - Tuesday 14, July 2020
  • Paid webinars on data analysis with IBM SPSS 26 -  Dates to be updated
  • Paid webinars on data analysis with Stata 16 - Dates to be updated

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Pictures above were captured at Geita, during the inception training to our research assistants before the start of data collection task. The pictures also show android tablets which were used to capture data during the interview. Practice with CSEntry CSPro App in android tablets can be categorised into the following topics;

Tips on research methods

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A research method is defined as the procedure or technique applied by the researcher to undertake research and is concerned with carrying out an experiment, tests, surveys, interviews, etc. On the other hand, research methodology is a system of methods, used scientifically for solving the research problem. Common research methods are:

  • Experiments. ...
  • Surveys. ...
  • Questionnaires. ...
  • Interviews. ...
  • Case studies. ...
  • Participant and non-participant observation. ...
  • Observational trials. ...
  • Studies using the Delphi method.

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When you conduct research about a group of people, it’s rarely possible to collect data from every person in that group. Instead, you select a sample. A sample is a group of individuals who will actually participate in the research. To draw valid conclusions from your results, you have to carefully decide how you will select a sample that is representative of the group as a whole.

There are two types of sampling methods:

  • Probability sampling involves random selection, allowing you to make statistical inferences about the whole group.
  • Non-probability sampling involves non-random selection based on convenience or other criteria, allowing you to easily collect initial data.

Population vs sample

The population is the entire group that you want to draw conclusions about. The sample is the specific group of individuals that you will collect data from. The population can be defined in terms of geographical location, age, income, and many other characteristics.

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What is the sample size?

The sample size is a frequently-used term in statistics and market research, and one that inevitably comes up whenever you’re surveying a large population of respondents. It relates to the way research is conducted on large populations. So what is sampling, and why does sample size matter?

When you survey a large population of respondents, you’re interested in the entire group, but it’s not really possible to get answers or results from absolutely everyone. So you take a random sample of individuals that represents the population as a whole.

Dimensions of data quality

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What is data?

Data is a collection of facts, such as numbers, words, measurements, observations, or just descriptions of things. Data can also be defined as facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis. Data are quantities, characters, or symbols on which operations are performed by a computer, which may be stored and transmitted in the form of electrical signals and recorded on magnetic, optical, or mechanical recording media. There are two types of data; namely, qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative data is descriptive information (it describes something) whereas Quantitative data is numerical information (numbers)

Tips for project concept note

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What is a Project concept note?

A concept note is a brief outline of your proposed project. “The purpose of a concept paper, from the funding agency’s point of view, is to help applicants develop more competitive proposals and to save time by eliminating proposals that are not likely to be funded. The applicant’s purpose in developing a concept paper is to capture the interest of the funding agency and demonstrate that the idea they are proposing is worthy of further consideration (AUB 2010). Therefore, the need to write an eye-catching and very innovative concept note is very important. In most cases may not exceed 5 pages, however it depends on the client's guidelines and format provided during the bidding process.

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