Final Project

Final Project Structure and Format

Your Final Project for this course will consist of a narrative/report in which you will apply what you have learned in this course, including presenting a research question related to a dataset, exploring variables that relate to this research question, analyzing the data using descriptive and inferential statistics, describing your results, and discussing your findings, limitations, implications, and possibilities for future research.

For the format and structure of your narrative/report, you will use the Walden Writing Center APA Course Paper Template for Graduate Courses found in this week’s Learning Resources. Your narrative/report must include the information in the Assignment section below.

Assignment (4–6 pages, not including title page, tables and figures, and reference pages. The number of paragraphs in the outline below are recommended ranges and not requirements):

  • Title
  • Introduction (1 paragraph)
    • Present your research question and state your hypothesis.
  • Method (4–6 paragraphs)
    • Participants represented in the dataset
    • Instruments used to measure the variables
    • Procedures used to select, clean, and manage variables from your dataset
    • Analysis (include any tables that display the statistical analyses you conducted on your selected variables)
    • Note: Provide a citation for any reference you use to support your analysis
  • Results (2–4 paragraphs) (include any figures you feel are necessary to support your results)
    • Provide a summary of your findings.
  • Discussion (4–6 paragraphs)
    • Explain whether your findings answered your research question.
    • Describe whether you can draw causal conclusions based on the data and explain why (or why not).
    • Explain any limitations that can limit the reliability or generalizability of your findings (i.e., sample size, sampling strategy, ethical issues, threats to internal and/or external validity, or any other flaws).
    • Discuss the implications of your findings regarding how they might effect positive social change.
    • Based on your findings, what might be the possibilities for future research regarding your research question and topics?

Use proper APA style. You can find information on scholarly writing in the APA Publication Manual and at the Walden Writing Center website. In the Discussion section of your paper, use at least one scholarly reference from a content-based study to compare with your findings.

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Final Project

PART 1:

Prompt
For your final project, you will write a historical event paper that connects an event in American history taking place between 1607 and 1865 to the larger
historical context of the time period. To begin, you will select a historical event from a provided list on which to focus your paper. A list of events/topics is
provided in the Final Project Research Kit section of the course. Along with the event, you will be developing a thesis statement on which to focus your paper,
and you will defend that thesis and other historical claims using a provided list of primary and secondary sources.
Your historical event paper will contain an introduction, body paragraphs, a conclusion, and a references page. In your paper, you will describe your selected
event, explain the historical significance of the event to the time period, and support your claims with relevant evidence from at least two of the provided
primary sources and two of the provided secondary sources. You will not need to locate any additional sources.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Introduction: Your introduction paragraph will summarize the main points of your essay and lead into your thesis statement. It must include the
following:
A. Identify your chosen research question. Your research question must center on a specific historical event.
B. Discuss the purpose of the essay in broad terms. Your discussion should include why the research question you chose is worth investigating in
terms of its significance to the larger historical time period.
C. Develop a thesis statement that responds to the research question and includes three components you will defend in your essay.
II. Establish the Context: In this section, you will write multiple paragraphs using information from the course regarding the time period in which your
historical event took place. You will use this section to set the stage for your argument. This section of your essay must include the following:
A. Describe your chosen historical event with clear and accurate information about why it happened, when it happened, and who was involved.
The description must include:
1. Cause(s): What events led to the event you selected?
2. Participants: Who was involved?
3. Chronology: When did this happen?
B. Illustrate the larger historical setting.
1. Identify major trends relevant to your chosen historical event.
2. Explain the significance of the major trends of the time period, connecting the trends to your chosen historical event. In other words,
why were the trends that defined this historical age important, and what is the relationship between those trends and the event?
III. Defend your Argument: Now that you have established the historical context, you will move into a defense of each piece of the argument you made in
your thesis statement. Through several paragraphs in the body of your essay, you will defend your thesis using carefully selected evidence from your
sources. You must include each of the following in this section:
A. Component 1 of Thesis Statement
1. Claim: State your historical claim that supports your thesis statement. For example, the South lost the Civil War because of racial
divisions.
2. Evidence and Defense: Incorporate logical evidence from primary and secondary sources that supports your claims, and explain how the
evidence supports your claims.
B. Component 2 of Thesis Statement
1. Claim: State your historical claim that supports your thesis statement. For example, the South lost the Civil War because of economic
imbalances.
2. Evidence and Defense: Incorporate logical evidence from primary and secondary sources that supports your claims, and explain how the
evidence supports your claims.
C. Component 3 of Thesis Statement
1. Claim: State your historical claim that supports your thesis statement. For example, the South lost the Civil War because of philosophical
discord.
2. Evidence and Defense: Incorporate logical evidence from primary and secondary sources that supports your claims, and explain how the
evidence supports your claims.
IV. Conclusion: In your conclusion, while you cannot introduce new information, you can sum up your essay with a thought-provoking discussion related to
your topic. For example, you might comment on the significance of historical study generally, or make a “call to arms” inviting the reader to take some
sort of action as a result of understanding the new perspective you have presented. No matter your approach, your conclusion must include the
following: Write a clear conclusion where your thesis is restated in different words and the major points of your essay are summarized.

PART 2:

please see chapter 13 (13.16 and 13.17) in the web text and work on it

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Final Project

I’m working on a computer science project and need guidance to help me study.

I need a step-by-step guide to apply this project. Thank you so much for support.I hope you understand the our project ,we need a step by step guide to apply and there are three people and three duty:

Data Analyst

A data analyst collects, processes and performs statistical analyses on large dataset. They discover how data can be used to answer questions and solve problems. With the development of computers and an ever-increasing move toward technological intertwinement, data analysis has evolved. The development of the relational database gave a new breath to data analysts, which allowed analysts to use SQL (pronounced “sequel” or “s-q-l”) to retrieve data from databases. My role is data analyst to help and solve problems. I will look at complex sets of information to reach the conclusions. I will lead the process of collecting and reporting on new data. I will collaborate with my team members to collect and analyze data. I would like to challenge to do Algorithm’s project. I did not have any coding experience before. My main language is Java. I also know Python, SQL for data analysis. I will try to set and meet deadlines.

Machine Learning Engineer

My role is “Machine Learning Engineer”. I will try to understand business objectives and developing models that help to achieve them, along with metrics to track their progress and verifying data quality, and/or ensuring it via data cleaning. Analyzing the ML algorithms that could be used to solve a given problem and ranking them by their success probability.

Qa Tester

I will be responsible for the quality of software development and deployment. I involved in performing automated and manual tests to ensure the software created by developers is fit for purpose. The biggest challenge for me is to find bugs in features which are already stable. I will create all efficient test cases and automate them to reduce our testing time and find the bugs easily.

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Final project

Project: Sales Data Analyzer

Description: This project is similar to the Analyze Music Playlist Challenge you completed in module 12. You should use the module 12 challenge for reference as you work through completing this project.

For this final project you are to create a C#/.NET console application that analyzes sales data contained in a comma-delimited data file and generates a report that answers a set of provided questions that is saved in a text file. The path to the music sales data file and the path to the report text file are provided to the program as command line arguments. If the user runs the program without supplying the arguments, they are to be provided with the syntax for running the program. All exceptions and errors are to be appropriately handled by giving the user feedback and exiting the program. Under no circumstances is the program to crash.

Purpose: This project evaluates your ability to create a C#/.NET console application that accepts command line arguments, reads and parses tab-delimited data, creates data structures, queries data using LINQ, writes a report to a text file, and handles exceptions/errors.

Project Name: SalesDataAnalyzer
Target Platform: Console
Development Platform: .NET Core
Programming Language: C#

The program is to receive the path to a comma-delimited data file containing slaes information as a command line argument. If the comma-delimited data file is in the same directory as the program, then the user can just supply the name of the file as the path.

The records in the comma-delimited data file are to be read by the program and placed in a collection of structured data. Then, Language Integrated Query (LINQ) along with general C# code is to be used to determine the answers to a set of questions and a report is to be generated in a text file that is saved. The path of the report file is also to be supplied as a command line argument. If the path of the report file is just the name of the file, then it will be saved in the current directory.

When the application is being run, tested, and debugged in Visual Studio Code, place the salesData.csv file in the same directory as the SalesDataAnalyzer.csproj and Program.cs files. When the program runs from within Visual Studio Code from the Terminal, the project directory is the current directory and where salesData.csv is found, if the name of the file is supplied as the path.

Sales Data Comma-Delimited Data File

The data in this file was collected from major online retail sellers.

The first line of the data file is comprised of the headers that identify the columns

InvoiceNo,StockCode,Description,Quantity,InvoiceDate,UnitPrice,CustomerID,Country

You can inspect the data file using a plain text editor. Use the headers to identify the meaning of the data. When your program reads the file, the first line needs to be skipped since it doesn’t contain data. When a line is read from the file, it can be split on the comma so that the pieces of data are put in an array. The order of the data elements in the array will be the same order as they are listed in a record in a line.

Handle Errors

A well-written program should not crash regardless of the input or data provided to it. You are to handle all exceptions and error conditions that arise when the program is run. If an exception or error occurs, it is to be reported to the user and the program is to exit.

If the user runs the program without providing the two command line parameters, then the program is to display a message to the user indicating how the program is to be run.

SalesDataAnalyzer <sales_data_file_path> <report_file_path>

The following are some of the errors that could occur that need to be handled. Note, there is no implication that these are all the possible errors. They are being provided to give you a sense of error conditions that could arise that need to be handled.

  • Sales data data file can’t be opened.
  • Error occurs reading lines from sales data file.
  • Record doesn’t contain the correct number of data elements.
  • Record contains data that is not of the right type. Note: Some data elements are strings and some are integers.
  • Report file can’t be opened or written to.

When you display an error message to the user, be as specific as possible about the problem and where it occurred. For example, if a record is malformed the line number of the record in the file should be included in the message to the user along with any other info that could be helpful in finding and correcting the problem.

The following is an example of an error message to the user when the wrong number of values is encountered in a record.

$"Row {lineNumber} contains {values.Length} values. It should contain {NumItemsInRow}."

Questions

  1. List all the items sold to customers in Australia (stockCode and Description).
  2. How many individual sales were there? To determine this you have to count the unique invoice numbers. You should group by invoice number?
  3. What is the sales total for invoice number 536365? Sales total for an invoice will be the sum of (Quantity * UnitPrice) for all products sold in the invoice.
  4. List the total sales by country?
  5. Which customer has spent the most money during the period?
  6. What are the total sales to customer 15311?
  7. How many units of “HAND WARMER UNION JACK” were sold in the dataset?
  8. What was the total value of the “HAND WARMER UNION JACK” sales in the dataset?
  9. Which product has the highest UnitPrice (stockCode and Description).?
  10. What is the total sales for the entire dataset?
  11. Which invoice number had the highest sales?
  12. Which product sold the most units?

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final project

This week you will submit your final project handbook.

The final project calls for the creation of a handbook that can be used by patent engineers in the business world on how to navigate the process of filing a patent on behalf of their business organization. The handbook will detail several areas including determining what kind of items can be patented, setting priorities in the patent selection process, writing the initial patent claim and then conducting a prior art search for similar prior patents, writing the patent application, and finally prosecuting the patent post-filing and managing any and all issues that may come up at that point in the process.

The final project should also have an appropriate outline, title page, table of contents, and a supporting bibliography. It should also be accompanied by a sample one page test or training exercise that can be conducted to demonstrate some level of understanding of the contents of the final project handbook as well as a supporting PowerPoint presentation that relays the key content of the final project handbook. This should be a presentation that a patent engineer manager could use to present the notebook to other patent engineers that they supervise in the workplace to teach them the contents of the handbook. Review the reading materials from weeks 1-7 and the prior assignments you have submitted which will assist you in completion of the final project.

#]Final Project: Patent Filing Policies and Procedures Handbook

Properly filing and defending a patent application claim is an integral part of protecting an interest in an intellectual property right. In the business and engineering professional world the inability to adhere to proper procedure and practices throughout legal protection process of newly created intellectual property can render the intellectual property useless for business and other purposes. In particular, business competitors, attorneys, and patent engineers among others that work for competing organizations will heavily scrutinize every step of the process of any patent filing and prosecution with the aim of seeking to invalidate any patent or any other type of intellectual property claim that may be filed that could be used against them for business purposes. To this purpose, students will combine the objectives covered in this course with their practical field experience to create a handbook that provides instruction on how to write, file, and defend a patent application in the proper manner.

The final project calls for the creation of a handbook that can be used by engineers and other inventors in the field regarding how to properly secure a patent of intellectual property in a step by step fashion. The handbook will detail the beginning of the process in determining what can be patented and how to set priorities in evaluating inventions and possible patents. The handbook will detail how to write a patent claim, how to do a search of prior art to determine if an idea and invention is patentable. The handbook will cover the patent application process as well as what happens after the patent request is filed during the prosecution process if a patent filing is challenged. The handbook also needs to contemplate how appellate courts will likely view and rule on relevant evidentiary issues that commonly arise in intellectual property patent claims within the profession. The handbook must be created with these rules and laws in mind and be responsive to judicial evidentiary concerns.

For the completion of the final project, you will assume the role of a patent engineer manager who is tasked with developing a training handbook and model that can be used by other patent engineers to inform them about the patent filing process in their daily professional duties. The handbook should be practical in focus and contain applicable examples and guidance regarding how to handle the most common issues and challenges that arise in the patent application process. The handbook should be drafted with the potential ultimate audience of a patent agent and or Judge reviewing the results of the policies and subsequent actions advised on in the handbook regarding the filing and submission of a patent claim for intellectual property protection.

In addition to the creation of the handbook, you will also create a supporting presentation (PowerPoint) that will supplement the handbook contents and that could be used to introduce and summarize the handbook content to the applicable audience in a training session.

You will work on the final project throughout the course. All course activities will relate to either gathering the background information you need to create the handbook and presentation or are activities that relate to components that will make up the final handbook and presentation.

#]Final Project Handbook Components

  • Mission Statement of Purpose of the Handbook
  • Table of Contents for Handbook
  • Section Headings and Individual Handbook Policies

o What can be Prosecuted
o Setting Priorities
o Writing a Patent Claim
o Researching Prior Art
o Writing a Patent Application
o Prosecution of a Patent Application

  • Handbook Training and Review Exercises
  • Handbook Bibliography
  • Supporting PowerPoint Presentation regarding Handbook

#]Final Project Submission Requirements

The Final Project Handbook should be submitted in week 8. Assignments leading up to the final project include:

  • Identification of the applicable laws and policies that govern intellectual property and patent filings
  • List of the various roles and responsibilities of parties involved with the creation, writing and prosecution of patents and third party actors that may have an interest in attacking the patent
  • Description of the need and purpose of the creation of a handbook full of policies and procedures regarding the same
  • Your handbook is a highly detailed and complex document, make sure to closely review these instructions and the grading rubric for this assignment.

    #]Final Project: Patent Filing Policies and Procedures Handbook Criteria

    Project Outline – Mission Statement

    In APA format: Title Page (1) Abstract (2)

    Project Outline – Table of Contents Table of Contents in APA format (2)

    Project Section – What Can Be Patented

    Identify what type of items and ideas can be patented and how a patent is structured. Describe the step by step procedure for obtaining a patent and how to identify patentable inventions. Describe the procedures and actions key parties in the patent claim writing and filing process should take to ensure that the patent will survive challenge and judicial scrutiny in the future.

    Project Section – Setting Priorities

    Discuss the business and practical aspects of deciding what inventions are worthy of seeking patent protection for and how to prioritize filings among multiple possible patentable projects.

    Project Section – Researching Prior Art

    Create a process that inventors can use to research prior art claims to ensure that the patent they are seeking protection for is unique and is a patentable item.

    Project Section – Writing a Patent Application

    Describe and discuss the actual process of writing the patent application once it has been determined that a potential patent claim is unique, valid, and worthy of intellectual property protection.

    Project Section – Prosecution of a Patent Application

    Discuss what happens after a patent application is made and how to defend against challenges to the filing of a patent. ——— Also, I need some presentation slides to support what’s written ———

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    Final Project

    Week 3: Final Project Paper Assignment

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    Due Sunday of Week Three — Graded by the end of Saturday of Week Four

    PowerPoint Presentation On Cognitive Errors and Biases

    Read pages 113-133 of your text discussing cognitive and perceptual errors in thinking. Do research in other sources (at least 3 reliable, respectable, and trustworthy sources) to provide you with a more in-depth look at the stages that are discussed — I warn you that the information you find will have a dizzying array of methods of categorizations, but you do not have to go too deep into this issue (there could be a whole course about such errors).

    You will write about cognitive errors. All biases, prejudices, disproportionate fears, irrational expectations, etc. are cognitive errors. Children display much more of such errors and are less aware of them than adults, although adults also lack insight into such errors, mostly (that is, their own errors because we can often spot such issues in other people). In any case, most of us, as we grow up, start to discover/catch our cognitive errors and, in many cases, correct them to various degrees. Magical thinking, fallacies, self-fulfilling prophecies, ‘Irrational Beliefs’ (as well as irrational beliefs), religious and political extremism, sexism, ageism, racism (and other biases, including — very importantly — confirmation bias), anger, hatred, dread, panic, extreme suspicion, extreme greed, conspiracy theories, etc. are all cognitive errors. Even simple mistakes in logic (even without biases or emotions) are cognitive errors. Once again: cognitive errors are related to thinking/information processing.

    There are two parts to the project:

    Part I. Make a PowerPoint presentation consisting of at least 15 slides on cognitive biases.
    You will also submit a discussion page (Part II), explaining how your own judgment and decision making are reflected in the past and reflects now some of your biases you were able to recognize (you do not have to discuss those of your biases that you were unable to recognize : ).

    Part II. (essay) Answer the following questions about your own judgment and Cognitive and decision-making process in your discussion paper (using at least 500 words) after you have made your slide presentation.
    (1.) Discuss those of your biases of which you became aware through your intellectual development.
    (2.) Do you make judgments and decisions differently now than you did at an earlier point in your life? Explain and provide an example of how a bias (or biases) influenced a judgment/decision (or decisions) you made at an earlier point in your life.
    (3.) Discuss a recent judgment/decision that you made and explain how this judgment/decision is different from what you would have made at an earlier time based on the bias(es) you could not recognize at an earlier time.

    Cognitive Errors — Critical Thinking Final Project:

    Week3: Slide Presentation Point Value
    Number of slides and Quality content in slides and examples of cognitive errors and biases 40 points
    Written Discussion — How your current decision-making and judgment shows the recognition of your earlier errors/biases 35 points
    Uses the recommended number of scholarly resources correctly cited in APA format (at least four) 10 points
    Creativity — (Color, media, photos, statistics, etc) 5 points
    Proper Spelling, Grammar, Capitalization, Punctuation 5 points
    Posts required # slides (15) and remember to post word count 5 points
    Total (deductions if late) 100 points
    Helpful Tips
    • Always use spell and grammar check
    • Use creativity in preparing your slides
    • Review the APA video and resource in Student Resources under Course Home
    • You can send your presentation to the Keiser OWL (Online Writing Lab) for review and to ask for help.

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    Final Project

    Identify a sociologically relevant topic or problem of your choosing. For your final project, you must link that topic/problem to the wide range of tools of sociological thought you have learned this semester in a presentation (e.g., PowerPoint) or written review. Your project must substantially fulfill the following requirements:

    • Give a background of the topic or problem you have chosen and discuss why it would benefit from being understood through a sociological lens. What assumptions do people make about it that sociology can inform (or change)? What does sociology bring to the table that differs from people’s everyday social and cultural assumptions?
    • Discuss how two sociological theories can be applied. In doing so, you should make clear that you understand how the core perspectives of the theory can connect to and offer insight on the real-world example you have chosen. In other words, how would this theory interpret your topic?
      • It may be easiest to choose from the major theories (Structural-Functionalism, Symbolic Interactionism, and Conflict Theory*), but recall that there are some other theories presented in your readings.
    • Discuss how two sociological concepts can be applied. In doing so, you should show how these concepts can be seen at work inside the topic/problem you’ve identified. Use them to zero in on aspects of your example and interpret them. You may choose from the following list of concepts:
      • Social Structure
      • Culture
      • Socialization
      • Social inequality*
      • Social identity
        • Including groups and categories
      • Power and authority (counts as one)
      • Deviance
      • Social change

    (*Important: note that if you choose Conflict Theory as one of your theories, you may not choose social inequality as one of your concepts.)

    If you do a presentation, remember that you will not actually have the opportunity to present it to your instructor in person. This means that you cannot explain what’s on your slides. Therefore, you should not use them as rough, illustrative guides. While they do not have to read like a paper, they must contain all the content required for the project. A few brief sentences will not adequately meet each requirement; you will be evaluated on how thoroughly and how well you meet these requirements. Accordingly, use as many slides as it takes to fully present your work and your thought. If necessary, err on the side of “too much”!

    If you choose to do a written paper instead of a presentation, it must be 5 pages in length (Times New Roman, 12-pt font, double spaced, 1″ margins).

    Whichever option you choose, please provide a list of references at the end and be sure to disclose in the body of your presentation or paper where you have used words, figures, ideas, or any other material from your sources. You are not required to use any references other than your textbook, but you are required to identify this and any other source that you use.

    Final rubric

    Criteria Ratings Pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBackground and sociological relevanceStudent fully discusses the sociological relevance of the topic they have chosen for their final, according to the assignment requirements.

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication of theoryStudent applies at least two sociological theories learned in the course to the topic they have chosen and demonstrates adequate understanding of how the topic and the theories connect. Student should demonstrate an ability to apply theories without relying solely on information already available in the textbook.

    30 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication of conceptsStudent applies at least two sociological concepts learned in the course to the topic they have chosen and demonstrates adequate understanding of how the topic and the concepts connect. Student should demonstrate an ability to apply concepts without relying solely on information already available in the textbook.

    30 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAdequacy of workStudent’s work is appropriately thorough, detailed, and accurate for a final project in Introduction to Sociology.

    15 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTransparencyStudent cites sources where appropriate, especially if they have done research outside the available course materials.

    5 pts

    Total Points: 100

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    Final Project

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    Final Project

    Criteria Ratings Pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeObservationOption 1: Participation or observation of a religiously significant ritual event. Watched a documentary or video of an actual service on the ritual observed. Option 2: Watch a documentary on a religious ritual of your choice.

    20 to >15.0 pts

    Excellent

    15 to >10.0 pts

    Good

    10 to >5.0 pts

    Needs Improvement

    5 to >0 pts

    Unacceptable

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArticlesOption 1: Must use 2 academic articles that are on your topic or related to your discussion. Must use 2 articles from that have been discussed in class and use them to frame your analysis. Option 2: 4 academic articles or books, 2 popular sources, and 2 in-class articles must be used.

    20 to >15.0 pts

    Excellent

    15 to >10.0 pts

    Good

    10 to >5.0 pts

    Needs Improvement

    5 to >0 pts

    Unacceptable

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysisAnalysis and discussion of the ritual. This includes connecting your observations with course material and outside sources. The connections should be clear and the examples should be specific. Describe the ritual, the significance of the ritual, myth behind the ritual, structure of the ritual, symbols used, purpose/function of ritual, and actors involved.

    40 to >35.0 pts

    Excellent

    35 to >20.0 pts

    Good

    20 to >10.0 pts

    Needs Improvement

    10 to >0 pts

    Unacceptable

    40 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanicsThe project must be 5-6 pages, double spaced, 12- point font, 1-inch margins. A notes and reference page must also be included.

    10 to >8.0 pts

    Excellent

    8 to >6.0 pts

    Good

    6 to >4.0 pts

    Needs Improvement

    4 to >0 pts

    Unacceptable

    10 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferences and NotesA reference page and notes page must be attached. Correct citation format must be used in the work cited and throughout text. In text citations should be (Author, Year).

    10 to >8.0 pts

    Excellent

    8 to >6.0 pts

    Good

    6 to >4.0 pts

    Needs Improvement

    4 to >0 pts

    Unacceptable

    10 pts

    Total Points: 100

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    Final project

    Project: Sales Data Analyzer

    Description: This project is similar to the Analyze Music Playlist Challenge you completed in module 12. You should use the module 12 challenge for reference as you work through completing this project.

    For this final project you are to create a C#/.NET console application that analyzes sales data contained in a comma-delimited data file and generates a report that answers a set of provided questions that is saved in a text file. The path to the music sales data file and the path to the report text file are provided to the program as command line arguments. If the user runs the program without supplying the arguments, they are to be provided with the syntax for running the program. All exceptions and errors are to be appropriately handled by giving the user feedback and exiting the program. Under no circumstances is the program to crash.

    Purpose: This project evaluates your ability to create a C#/.NET console application that accepts command line arguments, reads and parses tab-delimited data, creates data structures, queries data using LINQ, writes a report to a text file, and handles exceptions/errors.

    Project Name: SalesDataAnalyzer
    Target Platform: Console
    Development Platform: .NET Core
    Programming Language: C#

    The program is to receive the path to a comma-delimited data file containing slaes information as a command line argument. If the comma-delimited data file is in the same directory as the program, then the user can just supply the name of the file as the path.

    The records in the comma-delimited data file are to be read by the program and placed in a collection of structured data. Then, Language Integrated Query (LINQ) along with general C# code is to be used to determine the answers to a set of questions and a report is to be generated in a text file that is saved. The path of the report file is also to be supplied as a command line argument. If the path of the report file is just the name of the file, then it will be saved in the current directory.

    When the application is being run, tested, and debugged in Visual Studio Code, place the salesData.csv file in the same directory as the SalesDataAnalyzer.csproj and Program.cs files. When the program runs from within Visual Studio Code from the Terminal, the project directory is the current directory and where salesData.csv is found, if the name of the file is supplied as the path.

    Sales Data Comma-Delimited Data File

    The data in this file was collected from major online retail sellers.

    The first line of the data file is comprised of the headers that identify the columns

    InvoiceNo,StockCode,Description,Quantity,InvoiceDate,UnitPrice,CustomerID,Country

    You can inspect the data file using a plain text editor. Use the headers to identify the meaning of the data. When your program reads the file, the first line needs to be skipped since it doesn’t contain data. When a line is read from the file, it can be split on the comma so that the pieces of data are put in an array. The order of the data elements in the array will be the same order as they are listed in a record in a line.

    Handle Errors

    A well-written program should not crash regardless of the input or data provided to it. You are to handle all exceptions and error conditions that arise when the program is run. If an exception or error occurs, it is to be reported to the user and the program is to exit.

    If the user runs the program without providing the two command line parameters, then the program is to display a message to the user indicating how the program is to be run.

    SalesDataAnalyzer <sales_data_file_path> <report_file_path>

    The following are some of the errors that could occur that need to be handled. Note, there is no implication that these are all the possible errors. They are being provided to give you a sense of error conditions that could arise that need to be handled.

    • Sales data data file can’t be opened.
    • Error occurs reading lines from sales data file.
    • Record doesn’t contain the correct number of data elements.
    • Record contains data that is not of the right type. Note: Some data elements are strings and some are integers.
    • Report file can’t be opened or written to.

    When you display an error message to the user, be as specific as possible about the problem and where it occurred. For example, if a record is malformed the line number of the record in the file should be included in the message to the user along with any other info that could be helpful in finding and correcting the problem.

    The following is an example of an error message to the user when the wrong number of values is encountered in a record.

    $"Row {lineNumber} contains {values.Length} values. It should contain {NumItemsInRow}."

    Questions

    1. List all the items sold to customers in Australia (stockCode and Description).
    2. How many individual sales were there? To determine this you have to count the unique invoice numbers. You should group by invoice number?
    3. What is the sales total for invoice number 536365? Sales total for an invoice will be the sum of (Quantity * UnitPrice) for all products sold in the invoice.
    4. List the total sales by country?
    5. Which customer has spent the most money during the period?
    6. What are the total sales to customer 15311?
    7. How many units of “HAND WARMER UNION JACK” were sold in the dataset?
    8. What was the total value of the “HAND WARMER UNION JACK” sales in the dataset?
    9. Which product has the highest UnitPrice (stockCode and Description).?
    10. What is the total sales for the entire dataset?
    11. Which invoice number had the highest sales?
    12. Which product sold the most units?

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    FInal Project

    Scenario

    ABC Healthcare is a startup company with 50 employees. The company’s computer network is shown in Figure 1 below. The healthcare data server contains the
    company’s records, including copies of patient health records with personally identifiable data, patient billing, company financials, and forms.
    You have been hired as the IT network security officer, reporting directly to the chief information officer (CIO). Currently, there is a network administrator who
    has very limited experience and worked as a desktop technician prior to joining ABC. This network administrator helped set up the existing network. In addition,
    ABC plans to hire a desktop technician and a website developer/programmer who will report directly to the CIO.
    There are no policies or guidelines for employees’ usage of the computers and network. Network setup was done by various vendors, and all of the programs
    use default usernames and passwords. Wireless access has been set up for staff using wireless laptops. The same wireless access point also provides clients
    access to the internet. Some staff members bring in their own computers and connect them to the network. Employees use the work systems for personal web
    browsing and to check personal email accounts.
    As part of network security, management set up a video monitoring system throughout the office. Employees are not notified of any monitoring.
    There is a copier/printer in the front office that is used by employees. Currently, all unused copies are left next to the copier for recycling.

    Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

    I. Risk Analysis Paper
    1. Describe the information technology structure of the organization in the given scenario.
    2. Identify specific cyberlaws and ethics regulations that pertain to the organization and its computing operations in the scenario.
    3. Organizational ethics violations
    i. Classify unethical behaviors with respect to whether they are personal or professional in nature, being sure to support your position
    with specific examples.
    ii. Assess the impact of the unethical behaviors on IT and computing within the organization.
    4. Cyberlaw noncompliance
    i. Identify instances of cyberlaw noncompliance, being sure to cite the specific regulation(s) being violated.
    ii. Assess the impact of the noncompliance on IT and computing within the organization.
    5. Acceptable use-of-technology policies research
    i. Compare and contrast acceptable use-of-technology policies from various organizations. Youcan find suggested organizations below or
    use policies of your own choosing.
    ii. Select aspects of the acceptable use-of-technology policies you have researched that you feel could be adapted to meet the needs of the
    organization, and explain how you would adapt them.
    6. Codes of ethics research
    i. Compare and contrast IT-specific codes of ethics from various organizations. Youcan find suggested organizations below or use codes of
    ethics of your own choosing.
    ii. Select aspects of the codes of ethics you have researched that you feel could be adapted to meet the needs of the organization, and
    explain how you would adapt them.

    II . Risk Mitigation Plan Presentation: Based on your research, you will create a multimedia presentation (suggested length of 5–10 slides) using a tool of
    your choice (for example, PowerPoint,
    Google Presentation, or Prezi). Your audience for this presentation is the organization’s management. This
    presentation will provide a brief overview of the issues you identified in your risk analysis and present your recommendations for addressing the
    problems identified in your analysis. The presentation must include the following elements:
    o Provide an overview of the issues you identified in your risk analysis. In other words, what were the unethical behaviors and instances of
    cyberlaw noncompliance?
    o Propose appropriate strategies that remediate the identified ethics violations and cyberlaw noncompliance. What can the organization do now
    to address the issues you have identified?
    o Recommend, based on your research, a brief list of appropriate policy statements that address acceptable use in facilitating future compliance
    and addressing non-adherence. In other words, how can the organization prevent the same or similar problem(s) in the future?
    o Recommend, based on your research, a brief IT-specific code of ethics that mitigates the risk of future instances of violation and noncompliance.
    In other words, how can the organization prevent the same or similar problem(s) in the future?

    you will submit the final risk analysis paper and the risk mitigation plan presentation. These should be complete, polished artifacts containing all
    of
    the critical elements of the final product. They should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded using
    the Final Project Rubric..

    The risk analysis paper should be 10–15 pages in length, and the risk mitigation presentation should have 5–10
    slides.

    PLEASE SEE THE RUBRIC FOR MORE REFERENCE AND GUIDE, PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. I WILL BE SEDING MILESTONE ONE AND TWO TO INCORPORATE INSTRUCTOR’S FEEDBACK INTO.


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    Final Project

    The United States is a land of immigrants and cultures. Various cultures have made up the nation that we see today. Please complete your final project in which you write a short (3-4 page double spaced) background of the immigration of the following groups to the US: Irish and Germans in the 1800s, Jewish and Italian immigrants in the late 1800s/early 1900s, Chinese in the 1800s, and Vietnamese in the 1960s and 1970s. Write a brief background of each group, why they came to the US (what were the factors pushing or pulling them here?), and their impact on the US.

    Then, come up with a clear main argument/thesis about immigration to the US. Use the format described in this video:

    Write about 2-3 pages arguing your thesis about immigration and its role in the US. Here are some questions you can consider: How does immigration impact the US today? What groups are coming to the US and why? What is the reaction of people already here? What attempts are made to stop immigration? How does immigration impact the US economy?

    You should have a total of about 5-7 pages as well as a bibliography. In addition, you need to create a Powerpoint of about 6-10 slides illustrating the history of immigration to the US.

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