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 •Preparing your Research Report

(BSB123 – Data Analysis)
•On Completion of this Seminar, you will be able to…
•Apply the required format for your Data Analysis Research Report
•Identify the key elements of a Formal Written Report
•Discuss the conventions for the use of Tables and Figures
•Overall structure of Reports
•Front matter
•Text of the Report:
–Introduction and background.
–Body – discussion, interpretation and analysis.
–Conclusion/s.
Recommendations - Not required for this Report
•End matter
•What constitutes Front Matter
üTitle page.
•Letter of transmittal - not needed.
•Terms of Reference – not applicable.
•Executive summary -not needed.
ü Table of contents.
?List of tables. – not needed
?List of figures (= graphs) – not needed
•Title Page
•Concise and explicit title – can be creative. Assignment Minder coversheet
•Name/s and student number/s.
•Tutor’s name.
•Date.
•Word Count. 1000 words ≠ 20% tolerance
•Any other details as per Blackboard.
•Table of Contents
•List section titles, headings, subheadings exactly as they appear in the report.
•In order and number with page numbers.
•Use “Headings” function in Word both Headings One and Heading Two J
•Report Structure
Title Page
Table of Contents
1.0  Introduction
2.0  Outliers
3.0  BHP Weekly Closing Prices
4.0  General Distribution of Returns
5.0  Relationship between BHP and the All Ordinaries
6.0  Conclusion
Bibliography? or References? or Nothing??
Appendix
•Overall Focus of report
    Key focus of report is to summarise, analyse and interpret the data provided.
•Analytical Writing …
is commonly used to show relationships between pieces of information. It is used to compare and contrast, assess or evaluate (for example, a number of approaches, theories, or outcomes or data sets).
 
It has a structure based on the ordering of main ideas in relation to each other and uses evidence from various sources.
•Analytical Writing typically:
creates relationships between individual pieces of information by identifying main points and grouping information under these points.
uses comparative and contrastive language to express the relationships between different pieces of information


•1. Introduction
Must contain purpose or aim of Report.
  The aim of this report is to …
Then you need to outline, briefly:
•The background situation (may need some further reading on the ASX and economic conditions during the period being considered?).
•1.0  Introduction (cont)
•Why are we interested in this topic?
•Specific details of the data being analysed (the scope of the report)
•Your analytical agenda for the report
•A concluding sentence  - perhaps your key conclusions/findings— write this last!
•Body of the Report – 2.0 Outliers
OUTLIERS (this is a small section)
–Intro sentence – the idea of an outlier, why they need to be considered, what data tested
–State findings - conclusion and why
–What have you done with them? Leave them in or take out before your data analysis ??? - Motivation behind decision
–Refer reader to Appendix for any calculations
•The Appendix
•Introductory Sentence
•Z scores formula
•Statement of the outlier rule
•Small table showing some examples of the Z score calculations
•Body of the Report
3. BHP weekly closing share price
–Introductory sentence –e.g. How the price has changed over the period
–Summarise the figure or table
–Insert your Figure/Chart
–Summarise Features – e.g. any specific periods of peaks and lows or rapid change in economic conditions that may explain the trends
–Discuss in context and link to real life
–Draw a Conclusion … lead into next section
•Body of Report
4. BHP weekly returns
–Intro sentence – set the scene and focus the reader
–Summarise the figure or table
–Insert Figure/chart
–Summarise key features – the average, highest value, lowest value, variation, and scope and modal class
–Discuss in context and link to real life
–Draw a Conclusion/s … lead into next section
•Body of the Report
 5. Relationship between BHP and the All Ordinaries Index.
–Intro sentence – set the scene and focus the reader – such as...”Is the performance of BHP linked to market?”
–Summarise the figure or table
–Insert Figure/chart
–Summarise key features
–Discuss in context and link to real life
–Draw a Conclusion/s … lead into next section
•6. Conclusion
•Based on your analyses, what are the key conclusions that would be relevant to the reader?
•This is based on the mini conclusions you have drawn in the earlier sections.
•Focus your analysis and interpretation on what would be relevant to the reader
•References
•May be some extra research needed beyond data provided.
IF SO:
•List any other sources consulted.
•Books, journals, reports, databases.
•Use QUTBS standard format (APA).
•Use a Bibliography not Reference List
•Use Visuals to …
•Make points more vivid and add interest.
•Foreground or emphasise important information that might be easily buried in blocks of text.
•Demonstrate complex inter-relationships.
•Present comprehensive information compactly, as in tables and graphs.
•Selecting Visuals
•What are Figures?
Figures focus on visual communication:
•Graphs and Charts – (Pie, Gantt, Bar etc.)
•Photographs, sketches, illustrations, cartoons.
•Maps and diagrams.
•Examples of Figures
•What are Tables?
Tables focus on words or exact values in a compact form (columns and/or rows):

•Numerical tables.
•Word lists or groups.
•Examples of Tables
•Components of a Visual
1.A number and title identifying what the visual shows. With Figures the number and name go below the figure, with tables the name and number go above the table
2.A clear indication of what the data are.  
3.Clearly labeled units.
•Components of a Visual
4.  Labels or legends identifying axes, colors, symbols, and so forth.
5.  The source of the data, if you prepared the visual. (Not required for this assignment)
6.  The source of the whole visual, if you reproduce a visual someone else created. (Not to be done for this task)
•Integrating Visuals
•Refer to every visual in your text:
Ø See Figure 6 below for a detailed comparison of  . . .
•Use the table or figure number in the text, but not the full title:
Ø The data in Table 10 show a marked trend of  . . .
•Integrating Visuals…
•Put the visual as soon after your reference as space and page design permit:
Ø As Figure 3 shows (page 10),  . . .
ØRefer to Table 2 on the previous page
•Integrating Visuals …
•Summarise the main point of the visual before you present the visual.
•After  the visual, analyse and evaluate the data and discuss its implications.
ØWeak:  Listed below are the results.
ØBetter:  As Figure 4 shows, sales doubled in the last decade . . .
•Web Resources at QUT
•QUT cite/write:
•PILOT online library tutorial:
•QUT kick START / study SMART:

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