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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 9 JMP Assignment 1 In this assignment, you are going to use JMP to recreate some of the statistics and most of the data found in Tables 9.1 (p. 164) and 9.2 (p. 171). 1. Go to our class site on Sakai and open the folder labeled Chapter 9. Then click on the file called “Loneliness and TV Hours Watched per Week.jmp.” You should be asked whether to open that file in JMP. Click OK . 2. The first thing you need to do is obtain the univariate statistics for both variables Lonely and TVHours. You will have to do exactly what you did for the assignment in Chapter 8, except in the Distribution dialogue, put both variables in the box labeled Y, Columns . Click OK and you should see side by side sets of univariate statistics (“moments”). 3. Turn the box plots to make them horizontal and add some More Moments . If you don’t remember how, go back to Assignment 1 for Chapter 8 to review. 4. Make certain that the window with the two distributions is selected, then go to the Edit menu and click on Copy . Now open a new document in Word and Paste these distributions into it. 5. Save your Word document with the name “Chapter 9, Assignment 1.doc. Obtaining the z-scores 1. Go back to JMP. Click on the Red Diamond next to the variable name “Lonely.” Go all the way to the bottom of that menu to Save , and make the Save menu drop down. The third item from the bottom is Standardized . Click on that and look back at your Data Table. Wow! Like magic the z-scores for Lonely appeared in the Data Table and they are even labeled correctly. 2. OK, now do the same thing for TVHours. You should now have four variables–the original Lonely and TVHours and now their two sets of z-scores. 3. Go to the Table on page 164. Do the 3....
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course COMM 301 taught by Professor Signorielli,n during the Winter '08 term at University of Delaware.
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