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Leah Waldman

New York, NY, United States

Product Design

Member since September 08, 2008

  • Graphic Representation of Survey

    Communication

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    I found it difficult to settle on a way in which to graphically represent the information I obtained through my survey/questionnaire. I did not think that bar/line graphs would be appropriate as I was only able to get answers from three respondents (out of the 6 manufacturers of bone products that I emailed)- I felt that I had too little information to create a graph. I am still waiting for the other manufacturers to respond- they have been busy in a trade fair in Hong Kong this past week but agreed to answer my questions once they returned to work.

    I thought that the clearest way in which to boldly represent my findings was to use words graphically to illustrate the questions and their answers. One can clearly identify which areas need further research, and which areas have a clear, consistent answer that can be used to develop my ideas further.

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