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    Difficulty in Selecting Thesis Topic




    I am a graduate student. I have a 6 credit thesis and I am interested in the field of longitudinal and Bayesian. My supervisor said me to choose my topic. But I am not understanding if I choose a topic how can I know what is the scope (further extension) of this topic because I can't only reproduce a paper in my thesis. I need to know what I am going to do ? If I have a goal I can do a systematic literature review according to my goal.

    I am studying longitudinal analysis, Bayesian statistics both in my graduate level.

    Could you please suggest me a topic in longitudinal study by showing me the area of extension of the topic ?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Difficulty in Selecting Thesis Topic

    Breadth and depth are not the same.

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    Re: Difficulty in Selecting Thesis Topic

    From a practical perspective, will you have the time available to conduct a longitudinal study?

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    Re: Difficulty in Selecting Thesis Topic


    Quote Originally Posted by Miner View Post
    From a practical perspective, will you have the time available to conduct a longitudinal study?
    No, I will not get available time to conduct a longitudinal study.

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    Cynderella.

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