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Introduction

Aims, Design and Strategy ? A familiar problem but thoroughly and clearly laid out. ? ...read more.

Middle

Score 6 Presentation of Data ? Data recorded in tables ? Bar charts / multiple charts / cumulative step polygons / box plots all used highly effectively ? ...read more.

Conclusion

mean, mode, median, LQ, UQ, IQR, s.d., outliers, Spearman's ? strong justification given for all methods used ? Score 11 Interpretations and Conclusions ? very strong running commentary ? brought in external methods to compare the findings ? score 8 Total 3 + 6 + 9 + 11 + 8 = 37 ...read more.

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