Geography Coursework Data Presentation Software
Success in a controlled assessment in geography depends on the effective use of geography skills. This section of the course assesses many skills. You will need to show you are able to collect, select and represent data as well as analyse and interpret the evidence.
Collecting, selecting and representing data
When collecting and selecting geographical data, make sure that you:
- Stick to the title of the task you have been given.
- Identify the relevant geographical questions.
- Collect and record data in ways that are appropriate for your project.
- Undertake your own research - even if you are doing your coursework through a teacher-led investigation. This will improve your results, and make the work more interesting!
For example, if you are doing a shopping survey - make sure you understand the geographical issues related to local population structure, economic activity, transport patterns and urban planning. If you can find case studies on the issues you are looking into, make sure you refer to these and link them to what you have found in your own research.
Use a range of graphs, tables and charts to represent your data. You don't have to put all your data in graphs, but you do need to show that you know how to present data in a variety of ways.
It's also a good idea to explain why you have chosen a particular statistical method to represent your data. If you use a scattergraph, for example - say why this kind of graph helps with understanding the information.
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