I apologize if this is in the wrong forum, but this is the forum that seemed to fit my topic best. I'm a physics major, and i'd like to do research of some sort during my undergraduate years, and quite possibly afterwards as well. As far as labs go, I feel like I do average, even thought I have a 98% in my lab, I feel like there's so much that I'm missing, and if I were to get involved in research at this point, I believe I'd be ill-prepared. To me, research appears to be challenging, and that's one of the reasons that I find it appealing. Since I do much better following a text book than I do lab instructions, I'm curious if there are any books that anyone here can recommend that have to do with physics research: as in methods, types of research, procedure, error analysis, etc. Any recommendations are appreciated.