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  1. Photography/Video Recording for Data Collection

    Evaluation Option
    Film crew in nature by Tess McBride

    This option uses a series of still photographs or videos taken over a period of time to discern changes taking place in the environment or activities of a community.

  2. GIS Mapping

    Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart William Smith.

    Maps will typically display one data variable or indicator, often using colour coding to indicate the density, frequency, or percentage in a given region, allowing quick comparison between regions. Colour coding can also be used to show changes over time (e.g. red for regions where an indicator got worse between two specific years, blue for areas where an improvement was seen and so on). Other information can be overlaid on the map, for example specific sites (e.g. hospitals or distribution centers) and text.

  3. Line Graph

    Line Chart
    Evaluation Option

    A line graph is commonly used to display change over time as a series of data points connected by straight line segments on two axes. The line graph therefore helps to determine the relationship between two sets of values, with one data set always being dependent on the other set.

  4. Seasonal Calendars

    Evaluation Option

    Seasonal calendars are useful for evaluation as they can help analyse time-related cyclical changes in data. A calendar allows people to visualise patterns of variations over particular periods of time - such as across weeks, seasons, one or several years.