Rproject requirement

Rproject requirement - Data Analysis Project in R The goal...

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Data Analysis Project in R The goal of this course is to introduce you to the basics of statistical analysis so that you can understand and apply them in your career. In the context of the course and the textbook, you are given controlled problems which focus on the topics in the chapter or section. For example, in chapters 2 and 3, you learned how to find means, standard deviations, and proportions for a set of data and graph the data. In chapters 8 through 12, you will take these summary statistics and infer the parameters of the population. When working with data in your career, however, you will need to use techniques from the entire course. The purpose of this project is to take you from a set of data to some sort of inferential conclusion about the data. In addition, the project will give you experience using statistical software to do the analysis. You are expected to perform the analysis in two steps. Step 1: preliminary analysis Due Wednesday, October 19 th , in class You will need to get one data set into R and perform an initial analysis of the data. This means you will need to make any appropriate graphical summaries and get the appropriate summary statistics for the variables in the data set, using techniques you learned in chapters 2 and 3. You are required submit all the work done in R. I expect you to copy and paste all relevant
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course ECON 111 taught by Professor Aaa during the Summer '11 term at UIBE.

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