How to present your data!
 All your work should be presented in the
plastic folder I have given out.
Presenting your data!
 You need to decide how to present the
information you have collected on the fieldtrip!
 You shoul...
You need the following things
 Table of results.
 Map showing location of sites where information
was collected.
 Graph...
A Map to show the location where
data was collected.
Site A – Paramata
Beach.
Site B – The Canopies
(CBD)
Site C - Aotea L...
You need to explain why you
chose these sites.
“I chose a variety of sites that were located
across the city. These are sh...
Choose the most appropriate
graph for the data you collected.
Temperature
Degrees
Centigrade
Location
CBD Outskirt
s
Outskirt
s
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Paramata
Beach
Aotea Lagoon The Canopies School Tawa
Temperature
Temperatu...
Wind Speed
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
Wind Speed
Wind Speed
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
Temperature
Wind Speed
Wind Speed and
...
Temperature readings at different
locations.
Key
20 C
10 C
0 C
N
Scale 1cm = 1km
Wind Speed and direction at the
different Locations
Key
10m/
s
5m/s
0m/s
N
Scale 1cm = 1km
Cloud cover
Key
Amount of
cloud cover in
8ths
N
Scale 1cm = 1km
Does height above sea level
affect temperature?
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
0 1 2 3 4 5 6
Temperature
Hieght
Sites
Tempera...
Photo of Site C – Aotea
Lagoon
Area is
reasonably
sheltered.
Surrounded
on one side
by houses
and trees.
Lagoon is a
large...
Each graph/table/photo needs to
be written about!
The graph above shows the temperature in each location. As you can
see t...
Sketch maps/sketches of
photos
Be creative!
Just make sure each graph, map
and photo is correctly labelled.
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Presenting your data!

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. How to present your data!  All your work should be presented in the plastic folder I have given out.
  • 2. Presenting your data!  You need to decide how to present the information you have collected on the fieldtrip!  You should all have a table of data that looks something like this! This will be handed in as part of your final research project. Site A Site B Site C Site D School car park. Paramata Beach Whitby walkway The Canopies Temp 14 degree C 12 degrees C Wind Speed 0.4m/s Cloud Cover 4/8 Surface tarmac Height 25m above sea level.
  • 3. You need the following things  Table of results.  Map showing location of sites where information was collected.  Graphs (at least two) showing the information you collected.  Annotated (labelled) photographs of each area. Things you could include;  maps which show the temperature/wind speed taken at each location.  Sketches highlighting the main features of each location.  Any other useful method of presenting the data.
  • 4. A Map to show the location where data was collected. Site A – Paramata Beach. Site B – The Canopies (CBD) Site C - Aotea Lagoon N Scale 1cm = 1km
  • 5. You need to explain why you chose these sites. “I chose a variety of sites that were located across the city. These are shown on map …. Site B is located directly in the CBD and surrounded by buildings with very little greenery. Site C is located approximately 2km from the CBD and is surrounded by grass and trees. Site D is located further out again and is surrounded by water. Site A is located on the top of a hill approximately 50m above sea level and is very exposed so provides a good contrast to the other sites.”
  • 6. Choose the most appropriate graph for the data you collected. Temperature Degrees Centigrade Location
  • 7. CBD Outskirt s Outskirt s 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Paramata Beach Aotea Lagoon The Canopies School Tawa Temperature Temperature Degrees Centigrade Location
  • 8. Wind Speed 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 Wind Speed Wind Speed 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Temperature Wind Speed Wind Speed and Temperature compared.
  • 9. Temperature readings at different locations. Key 20 C 10 C 0 C N Scale 1cm = 1km
  • 10. Wind Speed and direction at the different Locations Key 10m/ s 5m/s 0m/s N Scale 1cm = 1km
  • 11. Cloud cover Key Amount of cloud cover in 8ths N Scale 1cm = 1km
  • 12. Does height above sea level affect temperature? 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Temperature Hieght Sites Temperature and Height above sea level
  • 13. Photo of Site C – Aotea Lagoon Area is reasonably sheltered. Surrounded on one side by houses and trees. Lagoon is a large area of fairly shallow water. Area is fairly low lying and bordered on one side by the SH1 and Porirua harbour.
  • 14. Each graph/table/photo needs to be written about! The graph above shows the temperature in each location. As you can see the warmest places we observed were in Paramata Beach and the Canopies. The Canopies was fairly sheltered as it is surrounded on three sides by buildings so the area was sheltered from the wind. Paramata Beach is out of the direct coastal wind and the water may have also had a warming effect.
  • 15. Sketch maps/sketches of photos
  • 16. Be creative! Just make sure each graph, map and photo is correctly labelled.