MDM 4U – Statistics Project – Rubric – Researching One & Two Variable Data1 of 3Compiled By:Mr. K. Pearce – Belle River District High School – GECDSBStatistics Project – RubricName:____________________________Introduction (T/I: 12 marks)5 – 63 – 41 – 20Introduction/ 6Clear, concise.Worthwhile.Intent of report is clearlypresented.Fairly clear intention.Toneappropriate to subject.Relatively engaging.Not engaging, but present.Limited presentation ofintent.Too short/absentTopic QuestionandHypothesis/ 6An outstanding and uniquemain topic question with manysub-questions posed that relatewell to the topic.A hypothesisis stated with much thought inregards to main topic question.A good/suitable topic questionis developed.Some sub-questions are posed. Ahypothesis is stated with somethought in regards to maintopic question.A weak topic question isdeveloped.Poor or too fewsub- questions that need tobe answered.Little thoughtput into hypothesis.No topic questiondeveloped.Nosub-questionsdeveloped.Nohypothesis isstated.Comments:Calculations & Analysis (App: 42 marks)Section & Topic5 – 63 – 41 – 201.4 - CentralTendency/ 6Mean, median and mode are allcalculated in Excel file.At leasttwo measures of centraltendency are discussed with anexcellent explanation & purposein written report.Mean, median and mode areall calculated in Excel file.Atleast two measures of centraltendency are discussed withsome purpose in writtenreport.At least one measure ofcentral tendency iscalculated, but not reallyconnected to main topicquestion.Very poor use ofcentral tendencyorincorrectlycalculatedorMissing.1.5 - Spread/ 6At least four measures of spread(deviation, standard deviation,variance, IQR, percentile, z-score) are calculated and usedfor a purpose at least once eachand are interpreted well.At least two measures ofspread (deviation, standarddeviation, variance, IQR,percentile, z-score) are usedfor a purpose at least onceeach and are interpreted.A measure of spread(deviation, standarddeviation, variance, IQR,percentile, z-score) isused, but not interpretedvery well.Very poor use ofmeasures ofspreadorincorrectlycalculatedorMissing2.1 - CorrelationCoefficient, r/ 6At least one line of best fit isused and visually classified andexplained well.Correlationcoefficient is calculated at leastonce and used to analyticallyclassify the line of best fit.