This is where everything comes together. The final step of this assignment is to look at all of the raw data that you collected and interpret it. The research report is due Sunday, September 25.
Your research report should be at least 3-4 single-spaced pages long, should address the following questions, and should be written carefully, in complete sentences, without errors around the sections provided below:
PLEASE SUBMIT THIS AS AN ATTACHED DOCUMENT. ACCEPTABLE FORMS INCLUDE MICROSOFT WORD OR PDF!
Terms of the Study:
How did you go about constructing the survey?
What was the expected outcome of the survey assignment (hypothesis)? What were your expected responses? Why?
What sample of people did you choose to survey? Why? Did this impact your hypothesis?
Raw Data Results:
What were your findings? Without applying any analysis explain your synthesized findings in both the narrative (i.e. descriiptive paragraph) AND statistical (i.e. charts, graphs, etc.) forms, since the data you collected should adhere to both.
Note: some sort of visual aid is required for this section.
What do the results mean? Do they support your expected outcome or hypothesis for this study?
Remember that even if your results don’t prove or disprove your hypothesis, there is still analysis to be done. What can you learn from your data?