Message no. 981[Branch from no. 969] Posted by Thomas Culhane (1311520071) on
Thanks for your patience and mutual assistance group! My computer is on the fritz again, so it is great to know I can count on you guys to help each other toward clarity. Please take a look at Adriennes final and my response to see how you can create the "perfect final". As for when it is due, this week is a good time! We need to get grades in next week! I don't mind you polishing things us over the weekend though, in light of my comments!
Enjoy, and keep helping and inspiring each other!
Message no. 982[Branch from no. 972] Posted by Thomas Culhane (1311520071) on
Yes, it is an eye opener, isn't it Michelle!
As with Adrienne's post, can I urge you to give us all the raw data and tie your analysis to correlations that we can also see? This is what science is about -- PEER REVIEW. We must not only share our conclusions, but HOW we derived our conclusions. Otherwise scientists could just make up figures and tell us things like "video games lead to violence" or "the death penalty deters crime". In fact many bad scientists have done just that, but it is wrong to do. Good scientists present their data so the rest of us can see if we agree with the conclusions or if we see some other pattern in the data.
The idea is to lead us through the data and tell us why you think it proves what you think it does.
Do that and you will have a great final!