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Chapter IV
PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS ANS INTERPRETATION OF DATA

This chapter presents the analysis and interpretation of data to determine the feasibility of the proposed record keeping sytem for Department of Environment and Natural Resources. 1. The proposed Recordkeeping System developed and described based on the following stages: 2.1 Functionality

The data in table 2 shows the respondents evaluation. The systems got a highest point “The system uses passwords to protect unauthorized users.” With a weighted mean of 3.94 and has a verbal interpretation of Agree. Second is “The system is conformance to the software’s ability to disseminate and gather information.” Got a weigthed mean of 3.38 and has a verbal interpretation of Moderately Agree. Last is the “The users cannot alter the output found in the various features of the sytem.” got a weighted mean of 3.33 and has a verbal interpretation of Moderately Agree.

The systems total weighted mean in terms of Functionality is 3.55 and has a verbal interpretation of Agree. Table 2
Functionality of the system
Functionality| STAFF| STUDENTS| FACULTY| WM| VERBALINTERPRETATION| a. The system uses passwords to protect unauthorized users.| 23| 25| 23| 3.94| Agree| b. The users cannot alter the outputs found in the various features of the system.| 19| 20| 21| 3.33| Moderately Agree| c. The system is conformance to the software’s ability to disseminate and gather information.| 20| 21| 20| 3.38| Moderately Agree| WM| 3.55| Agree|

2.2 Usability
The data in table 3 shows the respondents evaluation. The systems got a highest point in ”The system desplay clarity of the interface of the system.” got a weighted mean of 3.78 and a verbal interpretation of Agree. Second point is “The system is easy to learn for new users.” got a weighted mean of 3.61 and has a verbal interpretation of Agree. Third is “The system provides a helpful guides for the users.” With a weighted mean of 3.5 and has a verbal interpretation of Agree. Last is “The system provides appropriateness of option in the user interface.” got a weighted mean of 3.17 and has a verbal interpretation of Agree. The systems total weighted mean in terms of Usability is 3.5 and has a verbal interpretation of Agree.

Table 3
Usability of the system
Usability| STAFF| STUDENTS| FACULTY| WM| VERBALINTERPRETATION| a. Display clarity of the interface of the system.| 23| 24| 21| 3.78| Agree| b. Provides help guides for the users.| 20| 22| 21| 3.5| Agree| c. Provides appropriateness of option in the user interface.| 17| 20| 20| 3.17| Moderately Agree| d. Prompts the user about errors created in the messages.| 20| 22| 20| 3.44| Agree| e. Is easy to learn for new users.| 20| 24| 21| 3.61| Agree| WM| 3.5| Agree| 2.3 Reliability

The data in table 4 shows the respondents evaluation. The systems got a highest point is “The system is capable to re-establish its level of performance if failures occur.” got a weighted mean of 3.44 and has verbal interpretation of Agree. Second point was “The system provides the ability to maintain a specified level of performance.” And “The system is capable of maturity thro ugh fault tolerance.” With a weighted mean of 3.39 and has a verbal interpretation of Moderately Agree. The system total weighted mean in terms o Reliability is 3.41 and has a verbal interpretation of Agree.

Table 4
Reliability of the system
Reliability| STAFF| STUDENTS| FACULTY| WM| VERBALINTERPRETATION| a. Is capable of maturity through fault tolerance.| 21| 21| 19| 3.39| Moderately Agree| b. Provides the ability to maintain a specified level of performance.| 20| 22| 19| 3.39| Moderately Agree| c. Is capable to re-establish its level of...
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