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Unformatted text preview: Class 5 Please bring your statistics paper to the front table and make sure it has a grade sheet with your name on it. Also take an Open-Ended Coding Exercise W.S. Thanks! Logistics Did everyone turn in their Statistics Papers? If surveys are being mailed to the office please make sure it is clearly marked as your project. Example: Public Affairs Program PAF 315 Attn: EFR Research Consultant 102 Maxwell Hall Syracuse, NY 13244 Dale Carnegie Speeches Today Amina Karic Alissa Italiano Jessica Kitzman Emma Krupnick Paul Mathews Vicky Mei Melanie Mercado Logistics Handing back papers Hypothetical Executive Summaries See Coplin if it says to Univariate Analysis Uni means one Look at each variable separately--range, mean and SD if it is a number Frequencies if it is nominal Most of your findings will be univariate Example: 100 respondents rated if they liked or disliked a program (univariate graph) Univariate Analysis Example 65% 35% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Like Dislike Percent of Respondents Feelings about program Respondents' Feelings Toward the Program n=100 What about Bivariate Analysis?What about Bivariate Analysis?...
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