Best Empirical Method

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    When it comes to empirical methods while I am not a fan of interviewing I see that as the most valuable method. I think you can get a lot of information that way and depending on the person you are interviewing you can also go off on a tangent and get even more valuable information that you were not expecting to get. Talking to various individuals is also a good way to constantly re-evaluate your questions and improve on them. I like a direct approach when it comes to information and I feel this would be the best method.

    If I believed that people truly answered surveys then I would opt for that but I don’t think they are often taken seriously. Not to mention that nowadays people are so inundated with surveys that the last thing they want to do is be honest and take the time to answer another one.

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