Fig 1. Chord Diagram with Animated bullets
Chord Diagram with Animated bullets
- “R = Research – to write-up responses to what you have seen, read or watched.
- D = Development – to document the development of your research project(s) and assignments.
- A = Activity – to log your weekly tasks and activities.
- P = Planning – to document and planning for SMART goals.”
(Falmouth University 2020)
The Chord Diagram is a visual representation of the cross-over of posts in Research, Development, Activity and Planning. If you hover over the sections of the charts, you can see the values in each.
In Week 13, I reflected on my blog as a whole. Revisiting Week 5, I created a new Chord Diagram (Fig 1) to demonstrate the distribution of posts over Research, Development, Activity and Planning. Planning has the smallest number of posts. Over-planning can hinder progress, so I feel a smaller number of planning posts will be expected over Development Practice. Planning is something you should get right in the first instance.
List of Figures
Figure 1. Chord Diagram with Animated bullets
Figure 2. Table of totals
Falmouth University. 2020. ‘Week 1: Journal System Setup’. Falmouth Flex [online]. Available at: https://flex.falmouth.ac.uk/courses/872/pages/week-1-journal-system-setup?module_item_id=44790 [Accessed 22 December 2020].