Lab 3 - The standard deviation of number of colonies with...

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Based on the recently collected data, the towel dispenser displayed the highest level of  species richness with the values of 1.33, while the drawer handles had the lowest amount  of species of richness with the value of 0 (Table 1, Figure 1). The towel dispenser also  showed the largest in number of colonies (N) and that was 55.33. The lowest number was drawer handles with the values of 0 (Table 1, Figure 2). The towel dispensers show the  largest diversity with the value of 0.89 while the water faucet, room 205 door handle and  drawer displayed the lowest diversity with the value of 0 (Table 1, Figure 3). This  experiment also included standard deviation values for species richness, species number  and species diversity. These values are as follows: the standard deviation for species  richness was the highest for the water faucet and the towel dispenser with the same value  of 0.577 with the drawer handle had the lowest with the value of 0 (Table 1, Figure 1). 
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Unformatted text preview: The standard deviation of number of colonies with the highest was water faucet with the value of 49.81, while the drawer handle had the lowest with value of 0 (Table 1, Figure 2). The standard deviation of diversity with the highest was towel dispenser with the value of 0.89, while the water faucet handles, room 205 door handle and drawer handles had the lowest with the value of 0 (Table 1, Figure 3). 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 Species richness (S) Table 1 , Figure 1 10 20 30 40 50 60 Number of Colonies (N) Table 1, Figure 2 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 Diversity (D) Table 1, Figure 3 Summery Statistics S SD (S) N SD (N) D SD (D) Water faucet handles 0.666666667 0.577350269 32.66666667 49.81298358 Towel Dispenser s 1.333333333 0.577350269 55.33333333 9.073771726 0.630042914 0.891015234 Room 205 door handles 1 5 5.196152423 Drawer handles...
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