Write a report that presents a collection of statements, each supported by a clear rationale, and an appropriate analysis of the relevant student survey data that is then used to either confirm or reject each statement
This paper deals with presenting your statements that are supported by logical viewpoints, analysis, conclusion and recommendation from the report. Also, explain why you have selected a particular method of analysis and what findings you draw out of your report. Moreover, prepare new and clear statements out of the conclusion of the previous ones.
Write a report that presents a collection of statements, each supported by a clear rationale, and an appropriate analysis of the relevant student survey data that is then used to either confirm or reject each statement. You should then draw conclusions and, if appropriate, suggest recommendations for each statement based on your results.
There is not a fixed number of statements that you should investigate. You are only limited by the maximum word length for the report. A good report will include a variety of statistical analyses and thus you should try to avoid using multiple statements that require the same type of analysis to be applied.
The data is presented in SurveyResponses1920.xlsx.
Produce Web pages that present three of your statements, rationales, analyses and conclusions/recommendations from your report. The Web pages should be written using valid HTML and CSS and should include an introduction page that has links to the pages that present the three statements with their rationales, analyses and conclusions/recommendations. The Web pages must be uploaded to your space on kunet.
In developing the report you should make use of Excel and its functionality, and appropriate descriptive statistics. Your analyses should be well thought through, with a clear explanation of:
- why you have undertaken a particular analysis
- the conclusion(s) you may draw from its results
You are encouraged to write clear statements some of which may require the analysis of single data sets such as the age of students and others that highlight differences between various categories of data such as the proportion of students of different ages intending to do a placement. Here are some example statements:
- Financial Accounting is the most popular module
- Students who live in halls of residence attend the university more frequently than those who don’t live in halls of residence For each statement you should:
- provide a clear rationale for its inclusion in the report. That is, describe why you believe it to be true before undertaking the analysis and why it is useful information to know apply the appropriate descriptive statistics
- report on the results
- confirm or reject the statement based on the results of the analysis derive relevant conclusions and recommendations from the analysis.
You are encouraged to develop new statements based on the analysis and conclusions of an existing statement. For example, in analysing the statement Students who live in halls of residence attend the university more frequently than those who don’t live in halls of residence you may discover that the distance from the university is an additional factor. This may lead to an analysis based on the following statement Students who live in halls of residence at Kingston Hill attend the university more frequently than those who don’t live in halls of residence at Kingston Hill.
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