Present your findings with a range of quantitative and/or qualitative techniques. Each technique should be accurately drawn and appropriate for the information being presented. Here are some suggestions.

Here a composite bar graph has been used to show changes in land use with progression from the centre of the CBD.

Composite bar graph
Composite bar graph showing changes in land use

Radar graphs are a powerful way of presenting transect data. In the following example, radar graphs have been used to show Environmental Quality Assessment (EQA) scores in various categories in an area.

Radar graph showing EQA scores in a rural village  

GIS can be used to create a thematic map, as shown in the example below. From this map you can easily identify areas of chain store retail in certain streets with areas of independent retail along other streets.

Thematic map
Thematic map of retail types in a small town by ArcGIS / Esri, DigitalGlobe & Microsoft.

Questionnaire data can be difficult to present, particularly for open questions, where participants were invited to share their opinions in their own words. Word clouds, where more popular words are displayed in larger text as below, are one possible solution. These can be constructed online using a word cloud generator, for example Mentimeter.

word cloud
Word Cloud showing epitome words to describe the town centre

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