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Instructions: Students will draft tables, charts, and 3-6 pages of data analysis. Guidelines: This is the coolest part of your thesis from my perspective…this is the part where I dig in and get really, really interested in what you have found and how you are explaining the results. It takes some time to present data in the best format. Consider what, if any, of the information you have makes more sense visually in a table, a chart, or a graph. Creating a Table, Chart, or Graph Make sure there is a Clear Title: Table 1A: 2021 District 6 Fundraising Make sure all the legends are clear (i.e. Is the dotted line Republicans? Are these numbers in millions or thousands?) Citation: the source of your data MUST be cited underneath your table, chart, or graph Some of you will have more visual data and less text. Others will have more text and less visual data. You do, however, need both. Do not let a table speak for itself and also be aware that sometimes what you are saying in the text makes more sense if there is a table to also look at. What you do NOT want to do is have TOO MANY tables. You can always put all that hard work in an appendix, but the art of data analysis is also learning what to include and what NOT to include. Keep it simple — enough to answer your research question effectively and efficiently, but not so much that there is not enough space to even discuss all the visuals. Balance is key.
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