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AAD 750, Unit 8: Stating the Obvious- NOT!

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Transcript of AAD 750, Unit 8: Stating the Obvious- NOT!

Unit 8:
Stating the Obvious--NOT!
1. Analysis
Is there sufficient data for you to answer your research question(s)?
Is your data accurate?
What problems exist with your data sources?
What trends or anomalies exist in the data?
What findings can you conclude by examining all of the data?
What is the purpose of your chart/table?
How does the chart/table help you answer your research question(s)?
What type of information do your charts/tables provide?
What concepts can you develop from the information presented in the chart/table?
What conclusions can you draw from the information?
Stating the Obvious--NOT!
Unit 8:
Some good questions to ask are:
Is there sufficient data for you to answer your research question(s)?
Is your data accurate?
What problems exist with your data sources?
What trends or anomalies exist in the data?
What findings can you conclude by examining all of the data?
Some good questions to ask are:
Is there sufficient data for you to answer your research question(s)?
Is your data accurate?
What problems exist with your data sources?
What trends or anomalies exist in the data?
What findings can you conclude by examining all of the data?
Some good questions to ask are:
What is the purpose of your chart/table?
How does the chart/table help you answer your research question(s)?
What type of information do your charts/tables provide?
What concepts can you develop from the information presented in the chart/table?
What conclusions can you draw from the information?
What is the purpose of your chart/table?
How does the chart/table help you answer your research question(s)?
What type of information do your charts/tables provide?
What concepts can you develop from the information presented in the chart/table?
What conclusions can you draw from the information?
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