In this portion of the course project, you will analyze your data in the following ways:
Note: You do not need to submit your analysis separately, instead, you will include your analysis in your written report (the tenth element of the written report). Remember that your analysis can (and likely should!) include important visual aids for your readers, including charts, graphics, and tables.
Based upon your analysis, develop recommendations, think about limitations of the research, and write your final report. The report should include the following elements:
Be sure to distinguish between the various sections of the report by utilizing headings. Each of the 15 elements will be a major heading, which should be bolded and centered. If minor headings are used, they should be bolded and aligned left. The cover page, executive summary, table of contents, and reference page should all be on stand-alone pages.
Keep in mind, a number of these elements were previously submitted. Be sure to review the feedback you received from your instructor and make recommended edits or updates. Also, consider restructuring the written elements as needed in order to include them in the final report (for example your problem statement may have stated what you will research, and now it is something you have researched, so your tense may change).
The report should be written according in APA style. Learn more about APA formatting here.
There is no length requirement, but most reports will be approximately 8 pages; your report may be longer depending on the demands of research and analysis conducted. The cover page, table of contents, and references page are should not be included in the page count. The executive summary may be included in the page count.
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