This project has been a long road, and you have done a lot of work! Its time to take everything youvelearned along the way and make a final recommendation.In this lab, you will advocate for one of the three candidate sites that you were provided with last week.The results of your sampling in Lab 9 provides a starting point for this recommendation based on yourlengthy constraints analysis, but there is one critical factor that has yet to be assessed: wind!Responsible developers will make every effort to comply with regulations, but the primary goal of anenergy project is to produce energy. Violating constraints adds time and cost to a project, but the energyproducing potential of a site is the ultimate factor in site selection.While the general wind conditions throughout the AOI are quite similar, local variations in topography canaffect both the amount of energy that can be produced and the long-term cost of wind turbinemaintenance. You might assume that wherever the wind speed is highest is the best place for wind energydevelopment, but thats only partially correct.High wind speeds of course translate to more energy production, but gusty, variable wind conditions canalso increase maintenance costs over time. This means that the location with the highest wind speeds maynot necessarily be the most profitable investment long-term, if compared to a location that receives slightlyless but more stable wind speeds.Three meteorological stations were placed at each of the candidate sites you were provided with last week.You are being been provided with hourly windspeed data (in kilometers per hour) from all three sites,measured over a period of seven days.These are the conditions youre looking for: Locations with strong winds Locations where windspeed variability is minimized

Introduction (1-2 paragraphs) Briefly introduce the project and the project area of interest. What is the purpose of the project?Where is the project area? State which site you are recommending for development. Dont explain why you chose it yet, savethat for the Discussion section, but make sure its clear that you have chosen the best site.Methods (2-3 paragraphs) Summarize your methodology for the analysis, including the constraints analysis (Labs 7-8),sampling (Lab 9), and statistical analysis (Part 1 or this lab)o Do not include a step-by-step workflow or names of specific tools that you ran, etc. Simplydescribe the overall process.Results: Do not include any discussion of results in this section this is a common mistake when writingformal reports. The results section should only contain results with no description or discussion. Simplystate that the results of each analysis are presented in the corresponding table or figure numbers. Present your statistical results from Part 1 of this assignment including:o A well formatted table of descriptive statisticso Three histograms, one for each candidate site, including labels and titleso One boxplot figure that shows results for all three sites, labeled and with a title Present your sampling results from Lab 9, summarized in a single tableo The table should include the total number of sample points that intersected withconstraints by constraint type and the grand total per siteDiscussion (1 paragraph per main point below, 4 in total) Describe and discuss the results for each of the candidate sites Describe the process behind your recommendation. How did you arrive at your final choice?o Ensure that you refer to your results as the evidence that drove your decision making Explain the logic behind the binary sampling strategy that was employed in Lab 9o You took a series of more complicated attributes and simplified them to a single value 1. What is the importance of this simplified attribute compared to the originals? Discuss any other relevant factors that have contributed to the results.o For example, do you think all of the data was suitable? Do you think there are any methodsthat could be revised or refined if given the chance?Conclusion (1 paragraph) Restate the goal of the project and why it was conducted Reiterate your choice of candidate site and the results that contributed to its selection in a briefsummary statement

CHOOSE SITE B, site b is best as performed in my map as well. in the excel sheet on the sheet 5 is a data summary of all sites so incorporate that. the lab 9 stuff is also attatchd.

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