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An effective paper & presentation communicate your project in a clear and concise fashion. At a minimum, the paper and presentation should address the following:

  1. Statement of the problem: Describe the question(s) you address and any key issues surrounding the question(s).
  2. Data collection: Describe the data you collect, including all variables. Explain how you collected data. Include any questions you asked. Also, include response rates.
  3. Analyses: Describe the analyses you did. Be ready to explain why you believe these methods are justified.
  4. Results: Present relevant descriptive statistics. Include tables and/or graphs that support your analyses (be cautious — too many tables and graphs can become confusing).
  5. Conclusions: Answer your question of interest.
  6. Discussion: What implications do your results have for the population you sampled from? What could be done to improve the study if it was done again? What types of biases might exist?

A useful method used for the PowerPoint presentation is to follow the 7 x 7 rule. You should strive to make each slide in your presentation clear. Avoid unnecessary clutter, and don’t put too much information on any one slide. Use pictures and other media to enhance your presentation. The presentation should flow directly from your paper!
Include introduction, hypotheses, data analysis, and summary of research

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