Week 1 Project - STAT 3001
Student Name:
Keisha Mihaly
Date: 12 July 2017
Instructions: To complete this project, you will need the following materials:
STATDISK Users Manual (found in the classroom in DocSharing)
Access to the Internet to download the ST
Week 2 Project - STAT 3001
Student Name: Megan Coggins
Date: 9/5/2016
Instructions: To complete this project, you will need the following materials:
STATDISK User Manual (found in the classroom in DocSharing)
Access to the Internet to download the STATD
Week 1 Project - STAT 3001
Student Name:
<Type your name here>
Date: <Enter the date on which you began working on this assignment.>
Instructions: To complete this project, you will need the following materials:
STATDISK User Manual (found in the classroo
Week 2 Project - STAT 3001
Student Name: Megan Coggins
Date: 9/5/2016
Instructions: To complete this project, you will need the following materials:
STATDISK User Manual (found in the classroom in DocSharing)
Access to the Internet to download the STATD
/Week 3 Project - STAT 3001/
Student Name: Megan Coggins
Date: 9/11/2016
Instructions: To complete this project, you will need the following materials:
STATDISK User Manual (found in the classroom in DocSharing)
Access to the Internet to download the STAT
/Week 3 Project - STAT 3001/
Student Name: Megan Coggins
Date: 9/11/2016
Instructions: To complete this project, you will need the following materials:
STATDISK User Manual (found in the classroom in DocSharing)
Access to the Internet to download the STAT
Week 5 Project - STAT 3001
Student Name:
<Megan Coggins>
Date: <9/26/2016>
This assignment is worth a total of 60 points.
Part I. Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test (equal frequencies)
The table below lists the days of the week selected by a random sample of
Final Reflection
Megan Coggins
Statistics 3001
08 October 2016
When I first started statistics, my goal was to just stay floating and not drown in the sea
of statistics. And while Ive accomplished the goal, statistics is still very much intimidating to
me
Week 5 Project - STAT 3001
Student Name:
<Type your name here>
Date: <Enter the date on which you began working on this assignment.>
This assignment is worth a total of 60 points.
Part I. Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test (equal frequencies)
The table below
Statdisk User Manual
Statdisk User Manual 13.0.0
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STAT 3001
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Statdisk User Manual
Table of Contents
Open a File .4
Edit Column Titles .4
Copy a Dataset 5
Paste a Dataset 5
Sort a Dataset .6
Sample Transformations .6
Descriptive Statistics .7
Creating
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Expectations for the Week 2 Application Project:
Summarizing data
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Syllabus
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STAT 3001: Statistical Methods and Applications
Syllabus
Student Support and Calendar Information
So you have all key information available to you o-line, it is highly recommended that you print
the following ite
SAMPLE Project (Answers and explanations are in red)
I opened the Week 1 Project from Doc Sharing.
Projects
Project 1: Working With the Data Editor.
Downloading Statdisk
1) First go to the website at www.statdisk.org and then scroll down to the bottom of
SAMPLE Project (Answers and explanations are in red)
I opened the Week 1 Project from Doc Sharing.
Projects
Project 1: Working With the Data Editor.
Downloading Statdisk
1) First go to the website at www.statdisk.org and then scroll down to the bottom of
SAMPLE PROBLEM
Rolling a fair eight-sided die produces a uniformly distributed set of numbers between 1 and 8 with a
mean of 4.5 and a standard deviation of 2.291. Assume that n eight-sided dice are rolled many times
and the mean of the n outcomes is comp
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Expectations for the Week 3 Application Project:
Correlation and Regression
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Example of 68-95-99.7% Rule
Example Assume that a set of test scores is normally distributed with a mean of 100
and a standard deviation of 20. Use the 68-95-99.7% rule to find the following:
a) Percentage of scores less than 100.
b) Percentage of scores
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Expectations for the Week 3 Discussion:
Analyzing correlation and coefficent
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Introduction to stat disk
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them intact and fill in the information underneath it just wont look at pretty as it did
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Final reflection
50 Points
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Part 1: Reflect on course goals and achievement
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Think back to when you started the course, what goals did you have for
yourself? Did you accomplish these?
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Expectations for the Week 2 Discussion:
Comparing statistical studies
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Project: Final Project: Topic, Statement of
Problem, and Annotated Bibliography
As a public health professional, you may research many areas of interest. For example, in
studying how economics affects global health, what variables might you consider? In e
Project: Final Project: Literature Review,
Hypothesis, and Significance
With your Final Project disease in mind, consider other related studies in the literature, reflect on
how to develop a hypothesis and consider the significance of the issue you are ex
Discussion 1: Choosing Alpha
When analyzing data, you begin with a null hypothesis. The null hypothesis is assumed to be true
unless it is determined to be false with a statistical test. During statistical analysis, such tests
determine the p-value, the p
INTRO TO BASIC STATISTICS
Walden University
T-Test
Per [Hei15] an independent sample t-test is conducted by selecting participants at random
for a condition without taking consideration of any similarities of either group. This test
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Week 2 Assignment
1. According to [Hei15], the mean of a data set is the average of the samples given. To find the
average you must add all the numbers of the data set and then divide them by the total numbers
in the data set (X/N). The mean of the sample