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Processing methods, you will no doubt have a range (three or more) of processing methods, eg, maps or graphs, or tables/charts, or text, or Google Earth screenshots, photos etc.
Analysis: Every time you have a graph, map or table, write a paragraph to explain what is going on in it. This is analysis.
Conclusion: This is when you give a 'final answer' about your research aims. So, where the theories right or not? A juicy paragraph for each is the plan here. You may also have a bit of a guess about WHY the patterns happen, but these do not have to be proven. Your research was focussed on trying to find whether a pattern happened, not necessarily why it did.
Task 4: Geographic Concepts
Most of them could apply. Some maybe not as much.
First sentence, clearly state which geographic concept you are talking about. Second sentence, say what that concept means in general. Next couple of sentences, talk about how that might relate to an element or part of your research.
Task 5: Evaluation
This is where you talk about how the way you did the research led to reliable data and some of the ways the data is a little unreliable. These might be around the actual data collection in Auckland, or they might be about how you had to process the data afterwards.
Try not to talk about things like, "I left things late", I forgot my book", My pencil was all stubby", instead talk about the reliability of the data itself.
You could also mention how things could be done differently in the future to improve reliability, things you would do if you had all the time resources and access in the world, or other ways the research aims could be tested or proven.
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