This should be very easy for somebody who knows what they're doing.
I'm looking to convert case studies into bar graph form.
Here's an example of a study I would provide:
" Chris Percival, director of Toronto's Sports College, conducted a study in 1952 based on this concept. He selected 2 groups of college basketball players of equal shooting ability. Their shooting percentage was between 40 – 42%.
For 4 weeks, he had both groups undergo 20-minute practice sessions. The first group shot conventionally like they always had before and increased their accuracy
The second group spent 5-minutes shooting conventionally with their eyes open. They then spent the next 10-minutes shooting blindfolded. They had a partner telling them where the ball went and to focus on the sensations in the muscles. They then went back to shooting conventionally for the last 5-minutes.
This form of sensory feedback actually increased their shooting accuracy to 78%."
...And I would like it converted into a form similar to the bar graphs found at [url removed, login to view] (starting about half way down the page).
I've attached a picture of what I'm looking for.
Please convert the study I provided into something similar to prove that you can do this efficiently.
Please bid on roughly 25-30 studies that I'll provide.
Project to begin immediately.