What opportunities can the secondary analysis give to the applicant?
The secondary analysis gives the applicant limitless opportunities to re-analysis and to re-interpret existing research. It offers researchers with the opportunity to carry out literature analysis without a fixed time, which can commence over an extended time. Hence, allowing to research and understand past events, to re-analysis, primary studies with new perceptions and to partake in exploratory work to test new ideas, theories and the model of research designs. By comparing and combining many diverse kinds of literature, the data that was collected was more in-depth and, therefore, lead to a better-informed conclusion than a study based on the results of a set of data (ref). Secondary analysis can also allow surveying with data from other resources, for example, by comparing samples survey results with numeration data or the findings of early studies with more current research. For example, the first evidence between women disempowerment and education is the patriarchal system because many researchers were willing to make educational records available to other researchers. The combination of qualitative data meant that the research method of documentary analysis enabled one to analyze numerous data, resulting in increased confidence in the conclusions (ref).