Issues of feasibility are central to a well-planned research project. How do feasibility issues come into play with regard to the choice of measurement instruments or techniques?
Feasibility is probably the number one factor to consider when planning a research project. Quite simply, if the project is not feasible, then it will not be able to proceed from beginning to end. I will elaborate.
Time is a major constraint and might make a project unfeasible. If the timelines are really short, then there will be no time to complete the project
Also a key factor, if the client wants a large scale project with many subgroups with complex analysis, and the budget is too small, then the project is not feasible.
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