I’m working on a case studies case study and need support to help me learn.
By now, you have had a chance to study the situation in Shawnee, Kansas. Today, you will write your analysis of the data presented in the case study. The Rusty’s Tavern case study begins on page 29 of the attached PDF file.
Your task is to analyze the data presented in the case study. DIscuss the different types of data, the quality, and whether you need more. What frameworks can be applied ti manipulate and understand the data?
Prompt: Write a data analysis that:
Describes and evaluates the sources of information [CILO 1.2},
Describes how the problem analysis triangle, GIS, cause-effect diagrams, charts and graphs, and other tools discussed in the course can be used to analyze the data [CILO 1.2],
Includes new representations of the data [CILO 1.2], and
Describes patterns and correlations in the data [CILO 1.2].
In-text citation: (Smith, 2011, p. 29) where p. 29 means page 29. Include page numbers in your citations for this assignment.
Full reference: Smith, S.C. (2011), Rusty’s Last Chance. In G. Jones
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