Tabulating Data from Surveys

Tabulating Data from Surveys - just dump a bunch of numbers...

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Once you have collected your data, you will need to analyze it, interpret it, and draw conclusions based on it. Your team will also create a visual or graph of selected data to include in your recommendation report. You will need to make sure your research question has been answered and that all conclusions drawn are substantiated. In other words, you must be prepared to present the evidence to support your recommendations in the Recommendation Report. It is your job as the researcher to explain what the data means. You can't
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Unformatted text preview: just dump a bunch of numbers onto the paper and make the reader figure it out. Tabulating Data To tabulate your data, use a blank copy of your questionnaire or other form. Use hash marks to count responses to each question. Convert those numbers into percentages. Example: (Based on 25 survey respondents) What state committees would you be willing to serve on? 3 finance (3 divided by 25 = 12%) 7 marketing (7 divided by 25 = 28%) 2 appraisal (2 divided by 25 = 8%) 13 planning (13 divided by 25 = 52%) 0 I do not wish to serve...
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2011 for the course ENG-W 231 taught by Professor Saraherrell during the Spring '11 term at IUPUI.

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