What can I do here?



This site aims to present different aspects about research methods. The information is presented as text or as videos. Videos are not directly stored on our server. They reside on YouTube, Vimeo or similar plattforms and are embedded on this site. Some pages also have calculators for specific purposes.

Use the drop down menus at the top to find what you are looking for. You can click on any item in the drop down menus, even intermediate items linking to further child-items. Another alternative is to use the “Search” box at the top of each page (the Search box is in the left sidebar on the start / home page).

Legal responsibility

The information and calculators on this web site are supplied for free. We do not take legal responsibility for the consequences of any errors in the provided information or if any calculator delivers an incorrect output.


You can cite any information and use for educational purposes (or other purpose) but if you do you must refer to the page you cite. There are different conventions on how to cite a webpage. An example can be:

Gunnarson R. What can I do here [Science Network TV web site]. June 22, 2014. Available at: http://science-network.tv. Accessed January 28, 2015. (If you cite another page change “What can I do here” to the title of that page. Change the first date to the last updated date on that page -visible at the top. Change the last date to the date when you looked at the page.)

Advice for watching videos on this site

Videos are not directly stored on our server. They reside on YouTube, Vimeo or similar plattforms. They are embedded on this site. It is strongly recommended to activate full screen mode before clicking on play. This is activated by clicking on a small television icon located at the lower right corner of the viewing screen. If you don’t like the full screen mode click “Esc” on the keyboard or click on the full screen icon to go back. If you have a high speed Internet connection and a fairly quick computer you may click on the cogwheel-icon to choose a higher resolution (better image quality).

Sometimes a video frequently stops. The reason may be that your Internet connection is not quick enough. If that is the case then the solution is to pause the video for a while (5-10 minutes) letting the computer download a piece of the remaining video before you click on play. If it again stops after a while you may have to repeat this. If the reason is that your computer is to slow to deal with streaming HD image quality then you should click on the HD icon again to go back to lower image resolution.

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