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Chapter 14 JMP Assignment

Chapter 14 JMP Assignment - amount of their representative...

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6) The first two things I noticed about the mosaic plot were that both emotions “Angry” and “Sad” contained the larger amounts of their representative colors in their columns compared to the other two emotions of “Happy” and “Loving”. I can therefore conclude that the observed sample correctly reported the presented emotions of “Angry” and “Sadness” more times than “Happy” and “Loving”. The columns for the rows of “Happy” and “Loving” contain very similar distributions of reports from the sample allowing me to conclude that the two emotions were of similar difficulty regarding the samples correct report of them. 7) The correct responses can be found on the diagonal of the newly created cell. These numbers show that “Happy” was correctly reported 45 times, “Angry” was correctly reported 126 times, “Loving” was correctly reported 34 times and “Sad” was correctly reported 100 times. These numbers are clearly visible in the mosaic plot when you look at the columns of emotions and the
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Unformatted text preview: amount of their representative colors within their columns. “Angry” and “Sad” have the largest amount of their own colors within their columns representing their higher degree of correct reports from the sample. 8) According to the newly created mosaic plots, the responses from the “Normal” children and the “Delayed” children seem to be quite similar. “Angry” and “Sad” still maintain the highest amounts of correct responses for both groups, with the “Normal” group reporting a recognizably higher number of correct responses for all emotions. From the data presented we can conclude that regardless of the grouping of the child, “Angry” and “Sad” can both be said to be the most recognizable emotions for children with “Happy” and “Loving” coming respectively behind. We can also conclude that “Delayed” children do not detect emotions with the same efficiency as “Normal” children....
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