Data visualization has never been so prevalent. With the advances in technology that facilitate turning dataintovisually appealing and visually meaningful representations and the facility with which these aredisseminated on theweb, data analysts and common folk can tell the story of numbers through graphics.Referencing the module readings, you will create a PowerPoint presentation about a specific community: aneighborhood or city, depending on the available supportive resources. Your analysis will focus on thepopulationchanges that have taken place within that community.Consider this:You are a longtime resident of community X and a Data Management consultant. Over the years anddecades you have watched your neighborhood undergo noticeable changes in the population of residents. You havebeen hired bythe City/Town to gather information about changes that have been occurring. Using your quantitativeknowledge anddata from Census you will deliver a 7-10 minute Powerpoint presentation at the City Council/Town Boardmeeting totell citizens about the changes that occurred in the community.PreparationSTEP 1 • Select a community to analyzeo A city/town/county▪ Neighborhoods are often difficult to target in the federal data, because they are usuallyunofficial boundaries, within a large metropolitan area (i.e. New York, Los Angeles,Boston)▪ However, the NYC boroughs are counties, which can be located in the federal data – ifyou want to write about a neighborhood within a borough, you are welcome to do so,noting when the data is borough level versus neighborhood level (email instructor with ?s)STEP 2 • Search the web for multiple (min 2) good media/news sources that provide supportive informationabout thepopulation of the community (similar to the Harlem article from the module),o Keep in mind you will look at Census data for: 2000, 2010 and that you are writing about todayo The sources should explain some of the population and community changes and characterize theresidents’ take on the changes, etc.STEP 3 • Navigate American Fact Finder: US Census Bureau • Select your community (town, city, county)o Note: NYC Boroughs are Counties, i.e. Brooklyn = Kings County • Under 2010 Census, you will see a linkto “General Population and Housing Characteristics (Population,Age, Sex, Race, Households and Housing, …)” – click that option/link • Select Download button to downloadand Excel Documento – Download the table to Excel and save (depending on your browser youmay need to check your download folder or the bar at the bottom of your screen) • Repeat all stepsselecting the “General Population and Housing Characteristics…” under Census 2000 • These two tablesmust be downloaded so that you may save data and work with statisticso The tables will also be submitted with your assignmentSTEP 4 • Explore the American Fact Finder to choose different combinations of data that interests you orthat youhave found intriguing during the search for the articles about the changes of demographicSchool of Professional Studies – QUAN 201 Signature Assignment C: Spaces in Transitiono The American Community Survey (ACS) is not the same as the Census, it is a survey, therefore,you should interpret the data as based on a Sample not as a Population (Module 1) • I recommend usingAdvanced Search.o Make sure to enter the state, country or town that you are researching. This way the data will befiltered by both the US and the municipality you are interested in.o Then you can enter the topic that you are interested in, for example: housing or education.o Make sure that you select data for 2010 and 2000 years. The American Fact Finder offers varioussurveys and estimations. Make sure to download the data.4/19/2020 Order 316630275https://admin.writerbay.com/orders_available?subcom=detailed&id=316630275 3/5o Some of the topics that you may want to explore are:▪ Education Attainment 25 yoa+ (American Community Survey)▪ Income/Employment▪ Place of Birth/Citizenship/Ethnicity • Make sure that you account foro Sex ando Race▪ For example: Your options: Education Attainment by Sex, Race/ OR / Income-Employment by Sex, Race / OR / CitizenshipNationality-et al by Sex, RaceSTEP 5 • Using the data and resources – Think critically and sociologically about populations and changes:o Could it be the result of changing immigration patterns?o Has the economy of the city improved?o Has there been a “gentrification” effect?o Be very mindful of all the possibilities to best investigate the supportive sourcesSTATISTICS – STEP 6 • Using data from Step 3 for 2000 and 2010o Calculate Rate of Change as a Percent (Module 1 – Rate of Change multiplied by 100 to make it apercent) to assess change statistically for▪ Each Race under: Race alone or in combination with one or more other races ▪ Hispanic or Latino (of any race)o Calculate the rate of change as a percent for at least 1 category of interest within each group:▪ Relationship▪ Household by Type▪ Housing OccupancyMAPPING – STEP 9 • Use Social Explorer through the Baruch Newman Library (databases) to create two(2) meaningful maps foryour analysis (see video in the module 2)o The maps should be relevant to the story you are looking to tell▪ i.e. If you are writing about race, then the maps should be about raceo Maps can be exported as image files that you can then add to your infographicCHARTS – STEP 10 • Use the Census or ACS Data to produce at least three (3) charts/graphs • Focus ondemographic datao If you find information from sources about business influences on the population, make sure to citethese sources in the narrativePowerPoint Presentation • Introduce yourself and provide brief overview of the community • Discuss the firstimpressions of the neighborhoodo What from the data strikes you? • Walk the audience through a story of how the numbers tell this story ofchange.School of Professional Studies – QUAN 201 Signature Assignment C: Spaces in Transitiono Integrate the statistics meaningfully throughout the narrativeo Use sources for supportive evidence – avoiding absolute causation; think influence▪ See Step 6 of Preparationo Optional: You may add qualitative knowledge you may have (i.e. quote from a parent or colleaguewho’s witnessed the changes over the decades), but avoid using prejudiced statements orsweeping generalizations • The PowerPoint should conclude with some language about the implications ofpopulation changes(positive/negative) for the given communityo Are the changes good?4/19/2020 Order 316630275https://admin.writerbay.com/orders_available?subcom=detailed&id=316630275 4/5o Will only time tell?o Why should we care about these changes? • The presentation should generally tell a story of change toldby numbers and supported by critical analysis • Good preparation for the presentation includes having notesand outlines of what will be said during eachslide. The students are expected to submit a MC Word or PDF document of the narration forthe PowerPoint Presentation in the separate submission that will be checked for plagiarism.o ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT A COPY OF THEIR NARRATIVE. No grade will be given withoutsubmission of the narrative of the presentation.PowerPoint Expectations (standard):At least 5 Data Visualizations should be present:Charts/graphs (3 min)Maps (2 min)Data source footnotes – all data sources must be listed in a footnote in small font at the bottom of theinfographicInformativeStreamlined designCoherent and Clean (as opposed to crowded or messy)Reference ListAPA formattingRemember: Edit your work before submitting it to ensure correct use of grammar, spelling and word choice,and acohesive narrative. Avoid simply responding to the guideline questions in succession; your presentationshould forma narrative guided by the questions above.
John Wayne Gacy’s history of sexual and psychological mistreatment was instrumental in arousing specialist’s curiosity of him as a suspect. John Wayne Gacy was conceived on March 17, 1942, in Chicago, Illinois. Being the main child out of three kids, Gacy had a stressed relationship with his dad, who drank vigorously and was regularly damaging towards the whole family (Sullivan and Maiken 48). In 1949, a contractual worker, who was a family companion, would pet Gacy during rides in his truck; notwithstanding, Gacy never uncovered these experiences to his folks because of a paranoid fear of revenge from his dad (Foreman 54). His dad’s mental maltreatment proceeded into his young grown-up years, and Gacy moved to Las Vegas where he worked quickly in the rescue vehicle administration before turning into a funeral home chaperon (Sullivan and Maiken 50). As a funeral home specialist, Gacy was vigorously associated with the preserving procedure and conceded that one night, he moved into the final resting place of a perished young kid and touched the body (Cahill and Ewing 46). Stunned at himself, Gacy comes back to Chicago to live with his family and graduates from Northwestern Business College in 1963, and acknowledges an administration learner position with Nunn-Bush Shoe Company. In 1964, Gacy is moved to Springfield and meets his future spouse, Marlynn Myers. In Springfield, Gacy has his subsequent gay experience when a colleague unsteadily performed oral sex on him (London 11:7). Gacy moves to Waterloo, Iowa, and starts a family with Myers. Be that as it may, after normally undermining his significant other with whores, Gacy submits his previously known rape in 1967 upon Donald Vorhees. In the coming months, Gacy explicitly manhandles a few different adolescents and is captured and accused of oral homosexuality (Sullivan and Maiken 60). On December 3, 1968, Gacy is indicted and condemned to ten years at the Anamosa State Penitentiary. Gacy turns into a model detainee at Anamosa and is allowed parole in June of 1970, a minor year and a half after his condemning. He had to migrate to Chicago and live with his mom and watch a 10:00PM check in time. Not exactly a year later, Gacy is accused again of explicitly ambushing a young kid yet the adolescent didn’t show up in court, so the charges were dropped. >GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)