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posted by Kenny O'Donnell @ 9:51 am
Make our ideas for the hypothesis more clear rather than just a general idea. We could maybe do this by giing examples. EW
Perhaps you could suggest some other hypotheses?
Im not sure if this would be one, or even relevent but i thought maybe transport links? null: as distance from the CBD increases the number of bus links (or bus stations) increases.? alternative: as distance from the CBD increases the number of bus links (or bus stations) decreases.? LM
Well, let's think about that, L. If your fieldwork involved a transect using a major route, there are likely to be regular interval stops along it. However, you may expect traffic volume to decrease with distance from the CBD? Also, I like that you have tried to state null, but maybe better to say e.g. Null: There is no significant decrease, alternative: There is a significant increase etc?
you could talk about high order/low order shops with distance from the CBD?NH: there is no significant relationship between distance from the CBD and type of order of shop?AH: there is a significant relationship between difference from the CBD and type of order of shop? CG
nh: there is no significant increase in the number of people that use public transport in the cbd?ah: there is a significant increase in the number of people that use public transport in the cbd?LG
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