What’s the ratio of books to other stuff on your shelves?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.for this two assignment, first you will find a random data and visualize it in a ex. (pie chart, table) and you will answer couple questions provided in the description bellow, the first part should be breif and simple data not more than a page . for the second assignment (it should be in a separate document) you will write a one page of the data you collected. more details are provided below.Week 6.3 Skill Builder: Data Collection Practice1. Collect Some Data (any data!)At home, or wherever you are working, collect a set of quantitative (numerical) data. While everybody loves a good pie chart, try to collect a different data than just “how many” of a thing to make your visuals more interesting and of different types. For example:How long does it take to get to a specific floor in the elevator vs. climbing the stairs based on multiple tries?
What’s the ratio of books to other stuff on your shelves?
How much time do ducks spend foraging vs. just wandering around?
Think about the various processes that take time or require resources (e.g., how many almonds you eat in an hour, or the average time it takes to drink a soda). Think about the items you have around you and what they are used for (e.g., what apps do you check on your phone in an hour). Quantitative data is all around you–every time you do something, check something, or observe something, you are generating data. And so are the things around you–e.g., stoplights, phones, dogs, and squirrels. Select an item or items around you (including yourself) and collect the data it generates.2. Create a Data Visualization to Represent Your DataOnce you have your data, draw a data visualization that represents your data. To pick the type of data visualization, go back to the Design chapter you read and review the visualization types. You can use any medium you want to create your visualization–pens, crayons, markers, or, if you are already familiar with creating visualizations digitally, use an app like Canva (Links to an external site.).To help you with some of that designy stuff, I’m going to dump a bunch of short videos and resources here for you to refer back to as you continue to work on Project 2. Fundamentals of Graphic Design Video (Links to an external site.)Typography Basics Video (Links to an external site.)Understanding Color Video (Links to an external site.)Layout and Composition Video (Links to an external site.)Graphic Design: Images Video (Links to an external site.)3. Share and Comment If you draw your visualization, you can submit a picture taken with your phone to the below. Or you can design one digitally and upload the file. When you share your visualization, answer the following questions about it, along with the image:What does the data visualization show?
Why did you pick that visualization format?
Week 6.5 Data Set Textual Argument (separate document)Instructions:Write a 1 page textual description of the argument you will make from your data. This textual description should feature a brief overview of the research topic in your data set, some of the kinds of data represented in the study, and then the specific data points, relationships, or trends within the data that you want to focus on. Don’t make any visuals just yet–make sure your argument is clear first and then next week we will add data visualizations to make it more readable, skimmable, and engaging. In your file upload please include the following information:The name of your data set
A synopsis or overview of the research presented
A description of some of the major findings that contribute to your argument
A description of at least 3 specific data points/trends that you plan to visualize in some way
Requirements: less than a page in the first part, one page for the second part

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