Understanding the Science Impacts and Solutions Big Data Essay & Worksheet

DescriptionAssignment 8C: Creating a Storyboard
Instructions
Storyboarding is the most important thing you can do up front as part of the planning process to
reduce iterations down the road and create better targeted materials. A storyboard is a visual
outline of your content, created in a low-tech manner (before you create any actual content).
A good tool for storyboarding is a stack of sticky notes, which are both small—forcing us to be
concise in our ideas—and lend themselves to being easily rearranged to explore different
narrative flows. Storyboarding can be done in four distinct steps: research, brainstorming,
editing, and seeking and incorporating feedback.
Consider your final project. Think about your dataset. Get a stack of sticky notes and a pen. Find
a quiet workspace you can inhabit for about 30 minutes with a large empty table or whiteboard.
Tackle the following.
REASEARCH. Do some outside research on your dataset to help you uncover the story. It’s
important to have a background on your data before you do anything. Find at least 2 sources to
add to your understanding.
BRAINSTORM. Set a timer for 10 minutes. Start the timer and see how many ideas you can get
out of your head and onto stickies. You can imagine that each small square reflects a piece of
potential content in your eventual deck. That said, don’t filter your thoughts—rather, let it be a
cathartic process (there are no bad ideas during this step). Don’t worry about order or how the
ideas fit together at this point in the process. Simply see how many sticky notes you can fill up in
a set amount of time.
Tip: do this low-tech exercise after you’ve spend enough time with the data to know what you
wan to communicate with it, but before you start creating content with your computer. This
exercise is best done after you’ve created, solicited feedback on, and refined the Big IdeaLinks to
an external site. for a given project.
EDIT. The ideas are out of your head in writing on sticky notes—now it’s time to edit and
organize them. Step back and think about what overarching structure can help you tie everything
together in a way that will make sense to someone else. It may be helpful to make additional
stickies for meta topics or themes as you organize your ideas. Where can you group things
together? What might you eliminate?
Speaking of eliminating, start a discard pile. For each sticky note you consider, ask yourself:
does this help me get my Big Idea across? If you can’t come up with a good reason to include it,
move it to the discard pile.
Here are some specific questions to contemplate as you’re determining what order works best for
your situation:

How will you present to your audience: are you there live, over the phone or
through a webinar, or sending something out that will be consumed on its own?







What order will work well for getting your content across to your audience? Does
it make sense to start with the action you want from them, build up to it, or something
in between?
What context is essential? Does your audience need to know it up front, or does it
better fir later? How quickly should you answer “So what?”
Do you already have established credibility with your audience, or do you need to
build it? If so, how will you do that?
Were assumptions made in your work? When and how should you introduce
those? What if your assumptions are wrong? Does that materially change the
message?
Do you need input from your audience? How and where can you best get that?
At what point does data fit in? Does the data confirm expectations or run counter to
them? What data or examples will you integrate and where?
How can you best create common ground, get buy-in, and prompt action?
There is no single right path, but the answers to the preceding questions will help you think
through different options that could work well for your given circumstance. If there is nonmessage impacting data or other content that you can’t bear to get rid of, push it to the back—
either physically by putting it later in the document (perhaps in the appendix) or visually by deemphasizing it and putting emphasis on the most important components of what you need to
communicate.
SEEK FEEDBACK. After creating your storyboard, talk through it with someone else. There
are a couple benefits to this. First, simply talking through it can be helpful. Doing so forces you
to articulate your thought process, which can help illuminate alternate approaches. Second,
sharing with someone else may introduce new perspectives or ideas that help you improve your
storyboard. Iterate given what you’ve learned from this process. If it make sense to get
stakeholder or manager feedback at this point, do it! This can be a great early check-in point to
get confirmation that you’re on the right track, or redirect your efforts—before you’ve invested a
ton of time.
A full submission includes: A picture of your final storyboard & your 2 references from your
research step.
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HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE
Total households
127,544,730(X)
122,802,852*
121,520,180*
120,062,818
Married-couple
47.3% household
(X)
47.5%
*
47.9%
*
48.2%
With17.9%
children of (X)
the householder under18.0%
18 years
(X)
(X)
Cohabiting
7.2%couple (X)
household
6.6%
*
6.4%
*
6.1%
With2.3%
children of (X)
the householder under2.2%
18 years *
(X)
(X)
Male householder,
18.1%
(X)
no spouse/partner present
18.2%
*
18.0%
*
18.0%
With1.2%
children of (X)
the householder under1.3%
18 years
(X)
(X)
Householder
12.8% living
(X) alone
12.7%
*
12.6%
*
12.5%
653.8%
years and over
(X)
3.7%
*
3.5%
*
3.4%
Female27.3%
householder,
(X) no spouse/partner present
27.7%
*
27.7%
*
27.7%
With4.9%
children of (X)
the householder under5.1%
18 years *
(X)
(X)
Householder
15.4% living
(X) alone
15.6%
*
15.4%
15.4%
657.5%
years and over
(X)
7.7%
*
7.5%
7.3%
Households
29.5%with one
(X) or more people under
29.9%
18 years *
30.3%
*
30.8%
Households
31.3%with one
(X) or more people 65 years
30.9%and over
*
30.1%
*
29.4%
Average household
2.54 (X)
size
2.61 *
2.63 *
2.65
Average family
3.15
size(X)
3.23 *
3.24 *
3.26
RELATIONSHIP
Population
324,132,886
in households
(X)
320,155,161c
319,075,830c
317,631,941
Householder
39.3%
(X)
38.4%
*
38.1%
*
37.8%
Spouse18.6%
(X)
18.2%
*
18.2%
*
18.2%
Unmarried
2.9%partner(X)
2.5%
*
2.5%
*
2.3%
Child 29.1%
(X)
29.6%
*
29.9%
*
30.2%
Other relatives
7.0%
(X)
7.5%
*
7.5%
*
7.6%
Other nonrelatives
3.1%
(X)
3.8%
*
3.8%
*
3.9%
MARITAL STATUS
Males 15 133,358,219
years and over
(X)
130,629,205*
129,973,543*
129,185,808
Never married
37.1%
(X)
37.1%
37.0%
*
36.9%
Now married,
49.7% except
(X) separated
49.1%
*
49.3%
*
49.3%
Separated
1.5%
(X)
1.6%
*
1.6%
*
1.6%
Widowed
2.6%
(X)
2.7%
*
2.6%
*
2.6%
Divorced
9.2%
(X)
9.6%
*
9.5%
*
9.6%
Females 15
138,041,976
years and(X)
over
137,091,567*
136,348,759*
135,511,496
Never married
31.3%
(X)
30.8%
*
30.7%
*
30.6%
Now married,
46.5% except
(X) separated
46.3%
*
46.3%
*
46.4%
Separated
1.9%
(X)
2.0%
*
2.2%
*
2.2%
Widowed
8.3%
(X)
8.6%
*
8.7%
*
8.7%
Divorced
12.0%
(X)
12.2%
*
12.1%
*
12.1%
FERTILITY
Number of
3,922,188
women 15
(X)to 50 years old who had
3,877,882
a birth in the past 123,956,960
months
3,997,394
Unmarried
31.7%
women(X)
(widowed, divorced, and
32.8%
never married)
*
33.9%
*
33.7%
Per 1,000 unmarried
28 (X) women
29 *
31 *
31
Per 1,000 women
51 15
(X)to 50 years old
50
51
52
Per 1,000 women
8 15
(X)to 19 years old
11 *
12 *
12
Per 1,000 women
84 20
(X)to 34 years old
84
86 *
88
Per 1,000 women
32 35
(X)to 50 years old
30 *
30 *
GRANDPARENTS
Number of
6,658,830
grandparents
(X) living with own grandchildren
7,048,339 *under 18 years
7,114,520 *
Grandparents
31.3% responsible
(X)
for grandchildren
33.1%
*
33.7%
*
Years responsible for grandchildren
Less 4.7%
than 1 year (X)
5.7%
*
6.0%
*
1 or 26.0%
years
(X)
6.4%
*
7.0%
*
3 or 45.1%
years
(X)
5.5%
*
5.4%
*
5 or more
15.4%years (X)
15.6%
15.3%
Number of
2,085,527
grandparents
(X) responsible for own
2,335,355
grandchildren
*
under 18
2,401,111
years *
Who are
63.4%
female (X)
63.3%
63.1%
Who are
67.0%
married (X)
67.3%
68.5%
*
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
Population
79,453,524(X)
3 years and over enrolled in school
80,465,620*
80,916,775*
Nursery5.2%
school, preschool
(X)
6.3%
*
6.1%
*
Kindergarten
5.0%
(X)
5.0%
4.9%
*
Elementary
41.4%school(X)
(grades 1-8)
40.6%
*
40.5%
*
High school
21.8%(grades(X)9-12)
21.0%
*
21.1%
*
College26.7%
or graduate(X)school
27.1%
*
27.3%
*
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Population
228,193,464
25 years and
(X) over
224,898,568*
223,158,847*
Less than
4.8%
9th grade(X)
4.8%
*
5.0%
*
9th to 12th
5.9%grade, (X)
no diploma
6.6%
*
6.7%
*
High school
26.3%graduate
(X) (includes equivalency)
26.9%
*
26.9%
*
Some college,
19.3% no degree
(X)
20.0%
*
20.3%
*
Associate’s
8.8%degree(X)
8.6%
*
8.6%
*
Bachelor’s
21.2%
degree (X)
20.3%
*
20.0%
*
Graduate
13.8%
or professional
(X)
degree
12.8%
*
12.6%
*
High school
89.4%graduate
(X) or higher
88.6%
*
88.3%
*
Bachelor’s
35.0%
degree or
(X)higher
33.1%
*
32.6%
*
VETERAN STATUS
Civilian population
257,083,784
18(X)
years and over
254,046,196*
252,806,449*
Civilian6.4%
veterans (X)
6.9%
*
7.1%
*
DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION
Total Civilian
326,912,547
Noninstitutionalized
(X)
Population
323,120,678*
322,249,485*
With a 13.0%
disability (X)
12.7%
*
12.6%
*
Under 1873,357,731(X)
years
72,835,047*
73,223,593*
With a 4.6%
disability (X)
4.3%
*
4.2%
*
18 to 64 years
198,812,874(X)
197,503,214*
197,888,546*
With a 10.7%
disability (X)
10.3%
*
10.2%
*
65 years and
54,741,942(X)
over
52,782,417*
51,137,346*
With a 32.6%
disability (X)
33.5%
*
33.9%
*
RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO
Population
328,464,538
1 year and(X)over
324,665,523*
323,531,965*
Same house
87.2%
(X)
86.3%
*
86.0%
*
Different
12.8%
house (in(X)
the U.S. or abroad) 13.7%
*
14.0%
*
Different
12.3%
house in
(X)the U.S.
13.1%
*
13.4%
*
29
7,245,403
33.4%
6.1%
7.1%
5.6%
14.6%
2,416,814
63.6%
67.8%
81,273,337
6.0%
4.9%
40.5%
21.1%
27.4%
221,250,083
5.1%
6.9%
27.1%
20.4%
8.5%
19.7%
12.3%
88.0%
32.0%
251,047,650
7.3%
320,775,014
12.7%
73,509,396
4.2%
197,765,139
10.3%
49,500,479
34.6%
321,994,428
85.7%
14.3%
13.6%
Same
6.7%
county (X)
7.5%
*
7.9%
*
Different
5.7% county
(X)
5.5%
*
5.6%
*
Same
3.3% state (X)
3.2%
3.3%
Different
2.4%
state
(X)
2.3%
*
2.3%
*
Abroad
0.4%
(X)
0.6%
*
0.6%
*
PLACE OF BIRTH
Total population
331,893,745(X)
328,239,523c
327,167,439c
Native 86.4%
(X)
86.3%
86.3%
Born84.7%
in United States
(X)
84.7%
84.7%
State
57.8%
of residence
(X)
58.0%
*
58.1%
*
Different
26.9% state(X)
26.7%
*
26.6%
*
Born1.7%
in Puerto Rico,
(X) U.S. Island areas, or1.6%
born abroad
* to American
1.6%parent(s)
*
Foreign13.6%
born
(X)
13.7%
13.7%
U.S. CITIZENSHIP STATUS
Foreign-born
45,270,103(X)
population
44,932,901*
44,728,721*
Naturalized
53.1%U.S. citizen
(X)
51.6%
*
50.6%
*
Not a U.S.
46.9%
citizen (X)
48.4%
*
49.4%
*
YEAR OF ENTRY
Population
50,823,074(X)
born outside the United States 50,313,292*
50,046,901*
Native 5,552,971 (X)
5,380,391 *
5,318,180 *
Entered
30.6%
2010 or(X)
later
26.4%
*
23.9%
*
Entered
69.4%
before 2010
(X)
73.6%
*
76.1%
*
Foreign45,270,103(X)
born
44,932,901*
44,728,721*
Entered
28.1%
2010 or(X)
later
24.8%
*
23.3%
*
Entered
71.9%
before 2010
(X)
75.2%
*
76.7%
*
WORLD REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN
Foreign-born
45,269,644(X)
population, excluding population
44,932,799*
born at sea
44,728,502*
Europe10.7%
(X)
10.4%
*
10.6%
Asia 31.0%
(X)
31.4%
*
31.2%
*
Africa 5.7%
(X)
5.5%
*
5.4%
*
Oceania0.6%
(X)
0.7%
0.6%
Latin America
50.1%
(X)
50.3%
50.3%
*
Northern
1.7%
America (X)
1.8%
1.8%
*
LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
Population
313,232,500
5 years and
(X)over
308,834,688*
307,521,124*
English78.4%
only
(X)
78.0%
*
78.1%
*
Language
21.6%
other than
(X)English
22.0%
*
21.9%
*
Speak8.3%
English less
(X)than “very well”
8.2%
8.3%
*
Spanish13.2%
(X)
13.5%
*
13.5%
*
Speak5.2%
English less
(X)than “very well”
5.2%
5.3%
*
Other Indo-European
3.8%
(X) languages
3.7%
*
3.7%
*
Speak1.2%
English less
(X)than “very well”
1.1%
*
1.1%
*
Asian and
3.5%
Pacific Islander
(X)
languages
3.6%
*
3.6%
*
Speak1.6%
English less
(X)than “very well”
1.6%
1.6%
*
Other languages
1.2%
(X)
1.2%
*
1.2%
*
Speak0.4%
English less
(X)than “very well”
0.3%
0.3%
ANCESTRY
8.1%
5.6%
3.3%
2.3%
0.7%
325,719,178
86.3%
84.7%
58.2%
26.5%
1.6%
13.7%
44,525,855
49.3%
50.7%
49,692,588
5,166,733
21.5%
78.5%
44,525,855
21.3%
78.7%
44,525,458
10.8%
31.2%
5.1%
0.6%
50.4%
1.8%
305,924,019
78.2%
21.8%
8.5%
13.4%
5.4%
3.7%
1.1%
3.5%
1.6%
1.1%
0.3%
Total population
331,893,745(X)
328,239,523c
American
5.3%
(X)
6.1%
*
Arab 0.7%
(X)
0.6%
*
Czech 0.4%
(X)
0.4%
*
Danish0.3%
(X)
0.4%
*
Dutch 0.9%
(X)
1.1%
*
English9.6%
(X)
7.2%
*
French 1.9%
(except Basque)
(X)
2.2%
*
French 0.5%
Canadian (X)
0.6%
*
German12.7%
(X)
12.3%
*
Greek 0.4%
(X)
0.4%
*
Hungarian
0.4%
(X)
0.4%
*
Irish 9.5%
(X)
9.2%
*
Italian 4.8%
(X)
4.9%
*
Lithuanian
0.2%
(X)
0.2%
*
Norwegian
1.2%
(X)
1.3%
*
Polish 2.5%
(X)
2.7%
*
Portuguese
0.4%
(X)
0.4%
*
Russian0.7%
(X)
0.7%
*
Scotch-Irish
0.8%
(X)
0.9%
*
Scottish1.6%
(X)
1.6%
Slovak 0.2%
(X)
0.2%
*
Subsaharan
1.2% African(X)
1.2%
Swedish1.0%
(X)
1.1%
*
Swiss 0.3%
(X)
0.3%
*
Ukrainian
0.3%
(X)
0.3%
*
Welsh 0.5%
(X)
0.6%
*
West Indian
0.9% (excluding
(X) Hispanic origin groups)
0.9%
COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE
Total households
127,544,730(X)
122,802,852*
With a 95.0%
computer (X)
92.9%
*
With a 90.1%
broadband (X)
Internet subscription 86.4%
*
327,167,439c
6.0%
*
0.6%
*
0.4%
*
0.4%
*
1.1%
*
7.0%
*
2.2%
*
0.6%
*
12.6%
*
0.4%
*
0.4%
*
9.4%
*
5.0%
*
0.2%
*
1.3%
*
2.7%
*
0.4%
*
0.8%
*
0.9%
*
1.6%
0.2%
*
1.2%
*
1.1%
*
0.3%
*
0.3%
0.6%
*
0.9%
325,719,178
6.1%
0.6%
0.4%
0.4%
1.2%
7.1%
2.4%
0.6%
13.2%
0.4%
0.4%
9.7%
5.1%
0.2%
1.3%
2.8%
0.4%
0.8%
0.9%
1.7%
0.2%
1.2%
1.1%
0.3%
0.3%
0.6%
0.9%
121,520,180*
91.8%
*
85.1%
*
120,062,818
90.8%
83.5%
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  • Will complete your papers in 6 hours
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How it Works

  • Click on the “Place Order” tab at the top menu or “Order Now” icon at the bottom and a new page will appear with an order form to be filled.
  • Fill in your paper’s requirements in the "PAPER DETAILS" section.
  • Fill in your paper’s academic level, deadline, and the required number of pages from the drop-down menus.
  • Click “CREATE ACCOUNT & SIGN IN” to enter your registration details and get an account with us for record-keeping and then, click on “PROCEED TO CHECKOUT” at the bottom of the page.
  • From there, the payment sections will show, follow the guided payment process and your order will be available for our writing team to work on it.