Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

T2 w5 presenting data

460 views

Published on

geog

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

T2 w5 presenting data

  1. 1. geographical investigation presenting data in final report
  2. 2. to present is to conclude and answer the questions we had at the beginning
  3. 3. Get Ready!
  4. 4. You’ll need 1) Final report template
  5. 5. You’ll need 1) Final report template 2) “processing your data for final report” template 
 (with graph template)
  6. 6. You should have consolidated the data Consolidate Responses Processing Data Template
  7. 7. Step 1: 
 Prep your final report
  8. 8. Insert information about your fieldwork into the final report, using your edited answers from GI task 1 1 prep final report
  9. 9. Insert information about your fieldwork into the final report, using your edited answers from GI task 1 1 prep final report (For practice, we’ll just use the ones shown here) The more often different colours are seen, the more special Sembawang is. 20 apr 2015 5pm sembawang mrt station Stratified sampling. I wanted to survey_________. the ______ are distributed_________. Therefore, using_____, I’m able to get a sample that is _________ to the population.
  10. 10. Step 2: Present your graph
  11. 11. You’ll need 1) “processing your data for final report” template 
 (with graph template)
  12. 12. which of the following colours do you see in sembawang? Which of the following colours do you see in Sembawang? red 2 present graph green purple blue yellow orange pink N - Never | R- Rarely | S - Sometimes | O - often 5 N N R R O O O We need to present the consolidated in a graphical form. Which is the best way? Pie chart or bar graph? 5 4 S S S S S R N 4 R O R R S S N 2 N N N N N N S 5 O O O O N N S 4 S O O N S R R 1 S N O N N S N 3 O S S O N R S O S R N O N S S Never rarely sometimes often How often different colours are seen,1 2 4 54 42 541 3 1.5 4 3.7 5
  13. 13. which of the following colours do you see in sembawang? Which of the following colours do you see in Sembawang? red 2 present graph green purple blue yellow orange pink N - Never | R- Rarely | S - Sometimes | O - often 5 N N R R O O O We need to present the consolidated in a graphical form. Which is the best way? Pie chart or bar graph? 5 4 S S S S S R N 4 R O R R S S N 2 N N N N N N S 5 O O O O N N S 4 S O O N S R R 1 S N O N N S N 3 O S S O N R S O S R N O N S S Never rarely sometimes often How often different colours are seen,1 2 4 54 42 541 3 1.5 4 3.7 5 I need to show the value of Variable 2 for each category of Variable 1…..
  14. 14. which of the following colours do you see in sembawang? Which of the following colours do you see in Sembawang? red 2 present graph green purple blue yellow orange pink N - Never | R- Rarely | S - Sometimes | O - often 5 N N R R O O O We need to present the consolidated in a graphical form. Which is the best way? Pie chart or bar graph? 5 4 S S S S S R N 4 R O R R S S N 2 N N N N N N S 5 O O O O N N S 4 S O O N S R R 1 S N O N N S N 3 O S S O N R S O S R N O N S S Never rarely sometimes often How often different colours are seen,1 2 4 54 42 541 3 1.5 4 3.7 5 I need to show the value of Variable 2 for each category of Variable 1….. 2 variables…one with different category….
  15. 15. which graphs? Bar Graph Pie Chart 7% 8% 10% 11% 29% 35% Shows composition (How something is made up of different categories/ components) Shows distribution (How something spreads across different categories) To show what 
 MAKES UP (How something is made up of different categories/ components) To COMPARE (which category is highest / lowest etc.)
  16. 16. which graphs? Bar Graph Pie Chart 7% 8% 10% 11% 29% 35% Shows composition (How something is made up of different categories/ components) Shows distribution (How something spreads across different categories) To show what 
 MAKES UP (How something is made up of different categories/ components) To COMPARE (which category is highest / lowest etc.)
  17. 17. 2 present graph Transfer data into graph
  18. 18. 2 present graph Transfer data into graph Title variable1 CAt 1 CAT 2 CAt 3 CAT 4 variable 1 ? ? ? ? ? ?
  19. 19. 2 present graph cut out graph using dotted lines Title variable1 CAt 1 CAT 2 CAt 3 CAT 4 variable 1 ? ? ? ? ? ?
  20. 20. The more often different colours are seen, the more special Sembawang is. 20 apr 2015 5pm sembawang mrt station Stratified sampling. I wanted to survey_________. the ______ are distributed_________. Therefore, using_____, I’m able to get a sample that is _________ to the population. 2 present graph and paste it in your final report.
  21. 21. The more often different colours are seen, the more special Sembawang is. 20 apr 2015 5pm sembawang mrt station Stratified sampling. I wanted to survey_________. the ______ are distributed_________. Therefore, using_____, I’m able to get a sample that is _________ to the population. Title variable1 CAt 1 CAT 2 CAt 3 CAT 4 variable 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 present graph and paste it in your final report.
  22. 22. The more often different colours are seen, the more special Sembawang is. 20 apr 2015 5pm sembawang mrt station Stratified sampling. I wanted to survey_________. the ______ are distributed_________. Therefore, using_____, I’m able to get a sample that is _________ to the population. Title variable1 CAt 1 CAT 2 CAt 3 CAT 4 variable 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? reason reason reason reason reason reason 2 present graph justify your choice
  23. 23. 3 analyse the data
  24. 24. 20 apr 2015 5pm sembawang mrt station Stratified sampling. I wanted to survey_________. the ______ are distributed_________. Therefore, using_____, I’m able to get a sample that is _________ to the population. how special sembawang is vs how often different colours are seen Howspecialsembawagis never rarely sometimes often how often different colours are seen 5 4 3 2 1 reason reason reason reason reason reason 3 analyse the data Using the bar graph, analyse the data.
  25. 25. 20 apr 2015 5pm sembawang mrt station Stratified sampling. I wanted to survey_________. the ______ are distributed_________. Therefore, using_____, I’m able to get a sample that is _________ to the population. how special sembawang is vs how often different colours are seen Howspecialsembawagis never rarely sometimes often how often different colours are seen 5 4 3 2 1 reason reason reason reason reason reason 3 analyse the data Using the bar graph, analyse the data. how often different colours are seen how special sembawang is 5 1.5 Often Never
  26. 26. 20 apr 2015 5pm sembawang mrt station Stratified sampling. I wanted to survey_________. the ______ are distributed_________. Therefore, using_____, I’m able to get a sample that is _________ to the population. how special sembawang is vs how often different colours are seen Howspecialsembawagis never rarely sometimes often how often different colours are seen 5 4 3 2 1 reason reason reason reason reason reason 3 analyse the data Using your analysis, decide what’s the relationship how often different colours are seen how special sembawang is 5 1.5 Often Never
  27. 27. 4 conclusion
  28. 28. 4 conclusion Is the relationship of the two variables from the data you’ve collected the same as your hypothesis?
  29. 29. 4 conclusion If it is the same, your hypothesis is supported and should be accepted. If it is NOT the same, your hypothesis is NOT supported and should be rejected.
  30. 30. how special sembawang is vs how often different colours are seen Howspecialsembawagis never rarely sometimes often how often different colours are seen 5 4 3 2 1 reason reason reason reason reason reason 4 conclusion using the logic just now, complete the conclusion. how often different colours are seen how special sembawang is 5 1.5 Often Never
  31. 31. and you’re done!

×