posted on June 14, 2009 19:27
Requirements gathering techniques include the easy to send, but sometimes hard to develop, survey method to obtain data from a wide variety of people located anywhere. Surveys, however, are notorious for many faults such as ambiguity and a lack of response.
But surveys can produce a large volume of information for the gathering parties to peruse and collate, so developing good surveys is important for both the respondents who have to understand the questions and for the collators to get useful data.
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