Quantitatively analyse survey data collected by Geography students to examine flows (for example of people and money) and issues of place
Need help with my writing homework on Quantitatively analyse survey data collected by Geography students to examine flows (for example of people and money) and issues of place (for example how people perceive their shopping environment) in London Markets and present your analyses as a report. Write a 1250 word paper answering; The analysis differentiates survey responses by different survey respondent groups and analyzes those differences using appropriate statistical analytical methods. residents of the UK on the one hand and non-residents of the UK on the other (Present Flowing Data 2007. Cheshire 2012. Cheshire 2012b).
Out of 797 respondents, 141 are non-residents. 33 of non-residents visit at least once a month. 41 visit at least once a week. 27 visit at least once a year. 37 has never visited before. 8 travelled by bike, 20 by bus, 6 by car or motorbike, 51 by tube/train, 1 by coach, 54 by foot.
655 are residents. 191 visit at least once a month. 158 visit at least once a week. 90 visit at least once a year. 47 vist less than once a year. 168 have never visited before. two has no data. 38 travelled by bike, 76 by bus, 13 by bus or by tube/train, 60 by car or motorbike, 229 by tube/train, 1 by coach, 340 by foot, and 3 by taxi.
One can see from the data that the respondents are heavily skewed towards those who are residents, and those who walk. Residents moreover visit with a greater frequency than non-residents, as can be seen from the plots below. One can say that this distribution is representative of the mix of non-residents and residents in the normal population of market goers.
One can see that while there are heavily more resident respondents than non-residents in the sample population, the proportion of those who spend money in each of the groups are the same roughly, skewed heavily towards spending for both groups. On the other hand, as a percentage of the total group, more residents are frequent visitors to the markets, at least once a week, compared to the non-residents (Present Flowing Data 2007. Cheshire 2012. Cheshire 2012b)..