In the last article, we got to know what’s required to actually give your research project a kick start. In this article, we will be learning “how to gather required resources to pull an idea from the paper and implement it on our system?”
We all have been there where we lost ourselves after project ideation, we all have abandoned projects at some point in time in our lives. We were scared whether we could implement it or not. Whether we would achieve a solution to the problem statement. It’s quite a common situation for every researcher to be afraid about the efficiency of the output produced by their project module. So how do we need to prepare for it?
Let’s start from scratch, the most primary resources for any project are;
- Money that researcher has to spend behind it for software’s, proper internet connectivity, hardware related things etc.
- Proper knowledge about the background of the project prior to initiating it.
It does take a lot of time to picturize the feasibility of a project. You might create a solution statement, but you never know whether the solution is feasible enough to implement in the real world. A researcher (expecting him to have pretty impressive domain knowledge) will definitely look for negative consequence’s but might not be able to see through different perspectives which can be a drawback.
This can be hence be solved by understanding the requirements. Well, you’ve completed 3% of the project by now, there’s 97% left. Keep Learning!