COMPANY_DATA_BASE

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STAT 211 STATISTICS PROJECT This is a study case where you have to apply all your statistics 211 knowledge. The idea is that you work for a statistical consulting company that offer services analyzing and conducting statistical analysis. Your boss has given you the following data and he is asking you to prepare a STATISTICAL REPORT that will be presented to the company that requested this study. Remember: - A statistical report should not show any partial work and/or steps you have done to come out with your results. - Keep in mind that the audience might not have any statistic background; therefore you have to present the result or information in a manner that they will be able to digest it. At the same time, you have to show that your statistical report is technical from the stat point of view. - Keep in mind the “a picture tells you more than a thousand words”, use this hint for your project.
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Unformatted text preview: -You might need to use power point to do your report. COMPANY DATA BASE The following data base contains nine variables measured on N = 200 fictitious company employees. Each now represents the values of nine variables for a single employee. The number in the first column (1 200) is the employee number. Each subsequent column represents the values of one variable for all 200 employees. The nine variables are defined as follows: X1 = Number of years with the company X2 = Number of overtime hours worked during the past six months X3 = Gender; 1 = Female, 2 = Male X4 = Number of continuing education courses completed X5 = Number of sick days taken during the past six months X6 = Score on company aptitude test X7 = Amount of education: 0 = High school diploma 1 = Some college 2 = College degree 3 = Post graduate X8 = Annual base salary X9 = Employee age...
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