Question Description

Hand in your completed study including data descriptions, data analysis, visualization maps, etc. Incorporate all previous feedback and provide an additional Executive Summary which addresses the needs and goals of the stakeholders.

Be sure to address the following questions in your final report:

  • Which metrics are best for understanding the nature of the problem?
  • How does geography and seasonality affect energy consumption
  • Have advancements in technology reduced energy consumption over time?

In your Executive Summary, you should:

  • Summarize your analysis of the data.
  • Discuss how bias was removed from your presentation.
  • Explain the credibility of your data sources.
  • Summarize key insights and findings.
  • Highlight an example of quantitative data to address the question: How has energy consumption changed over time.
  • Highlight a current view of energy consumption in the United States.

Your overall final project should be 6 – 8 pages including a title page, executive summary, content, and references.

Hand in your completed study including data descriptions, data analysis, visualization maps, etc. Incorporate all previous feedback and provide an additional Executive Summary which addresses the needs and goals of the stakeholders.Be sure to address the following questions in your final report:Which metrics are best for understanding the nature of the problem?How does geography and seasonality affect energy consumptionHave advancements in technology reduced energy consumption over time?In your Executive Summary, you should:Summarize your analysis of the data.Discuss how bias was removed from your presentation.Explain the credibility of your data sources.Summarize key insights and findings.Highlight an example of quantitative data to address the question: How has energy consumption changed over time.Highlight a current view of energy consumption in the United States.Your overall final project should be 6 – 8 pages including a title page, executive summary, content, and references.