1)Review and interpret the data "in-house" to develop preliminary findings, conclusions, and recommendations.
2) Review the data and your interpretation of it with an advisory group or technical committee. This group should involve local, regional, and state resource people who are familiar with monitoring and with your product. They can verify, add to, or correct your interpretation of the results.
3) Review the data and your interpretation of it with the people who will use your data -- for example, the public, government officials etc. Ultimately, your interpretation of the data relates back to the questions your monitoring program is trying to answer. For example, does the car meet state requirements?
There are four steps to data interpretation:
1) Assemble the information you'll need.
2) Develop findings.
3) Develop conclusions.
4) Develop recommendations.
Step 1: Assemble the Information you’ll need.
1.Who are the competitors, their strengths, competitive products? 2.Classification of the segments of car.
3.India’s auto sector by 2015 $25 billion.
ManufacturersMaruti Suzuki • Tata Motors • Ford India • Honda • Mercedes Benz • Toyota • Hyundai • Mahindra • General Motors • BMW • Hindustan Motors • Volkswagen • FIAT • Skoda Auto • Audi • BMW •
HatchbacksMaruti Suzuki 800 - Alto - Zen Estilo - Wagon-R - A-Star • Tata Nano - Tata Indica • Hyundai Santro - Hyundai i10 • Chevrolet
5.India’s population-1,166,079,217 (2009 est
Growth rate: 1.548% (2009 est)
Age structure 15-64 years: 63.6% (male 381,446,079/female 359,802,209) (2009 est) Please check out the working class in india……….
6.Correct units of measurement clearly reported on your data tables and graphs. 7.General observations, who will be the target customers.