Chapter 4 home work

Chapter 4 home work - Chapter 4 Task 1 Using the data from...

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Chapter 4 Task 1 Using the data from Chapter 2 (which you should have saved, but if you didn’t re-enter it) plot and interpret the following graphs: An error bar chart showing the mean number of friends for students and lecturers. An error bar chart showing the mean alcohol consumption for students and lecturers. An error line chart showing the mean income for students and lecturers. An error line chart showing the mean neuroticism for students and lecturers. A scatterplot (with regression lines) of alcohol consumption and neuroticism grouped by lecturer/student. A scatterplot matrix of alcohol consumption, neuroticism and number of friends. Answer; An error bar chart showing the mean number of friends for students and lecturers. First of all access the Chart Builder and select a simple bar chart. The y -axis needs to be the dependent variable, or the thing you’ve measured, or more simply the thing for which you want to display the mean. In this case it would be number of friends , so select this variable from the variable list and drag it into the y -axis drop zone ( ). The x -axis should be the variable by which we want to split the arousal data. To plot the
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course BUS 603 taught by Professor Rosnin during the Spring '12 term at Rutgers.

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Chapter 4 home work - Chapter 4 Task 1 Using the data from...

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