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# Written Report

By Group 4 of BSBA-MM-1-1N

Agbayani, Saria Eblahan, Mary Rose Englis, Debeelee Estipular, Jessica Marie Forbes, Iara Lopez,Mikaela Malenab, Herbert

Submitted to: Ma’am Labay, Lilian

March 12, 2012

Topic: Writing Chapter 2 of the Paper
(Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data Gathered)

Objectives:
- To learn how to organize the data gathered in the tally sheets; present the data logically in table form; calculate the statistical computations and interpret the significance of the statistical computation.

Discussion of topic:
In making the second part of your field research paper you will also need an introduction. In writing an introductory paragraph for Chapter 2 begin with a brief mention of the purpose of the research and the content of the chapter. These are steps in presentation, analysis and interpretation of data: Step 1: After tallying the data from Chapter 1 transfer them to tables. Be very careful on making them accurate and precise.

Step 2: Using Arabic numbers and putting a title that should describe the data presented in it will identify the tables and their contents. Be sure to number the tables identically with the subproblem number for ease monitoring. Step 3: After labelling the tables with their proper titles and making sure of them being identical to the subproblems, the next step would be to compute the data. Computing them into percentage is used to bring out the statistical significance of the data gathered from the previous chapter. Step 4: Next step is to rank the percentage brought out by Step 3 according to magnitude of frequency. The highest frequency should be ranked as Rank 1. Step 5: Interpret the significance of the figures. There are two different ways in sequencing the interpreted data; that is chronologically or logically. Chronological sequencing is when the researchers choose to use the same order presented in the table and choose not to change anything. Logical sequencing arranges the data

starting from the highest frequency to the lowest, or vice versa. Step 6: The next step is to interpret and analyse the data in the tables in paragraph form. First write the subproblem, and then introduce the table before presenting the data within it. Lastly write in paragraph form what you have found in the table. Do this in all of the tables and data gathered.