Marlene Cavazos-mc59922
SDS 328M
Professor Viswanathan
April 11, 2017
Preliminary Analysis Report
The Influence of Money and Relationship Status on Students Happiness
Introduction
A persons happiness can be influenced by many things; money and love being
SDS 328M Biostatistics
Kam Hamidieh
Lecture 1
Wednesday August 24, 2016
Agenda
Quick introduction
Go over the syllabus
Cover Chapter 1 material on statistics and
samples
Survey (do after class)
Group formation (if no time, do it next time)
Some Notes
Biostats SDS 328M Homework 7
KEY
Write your answers onto one or more separate sheets of paper. Clearly mark each sheet with
your name and your lab time. Round all answers to at least 3 decimal places.
For questions 1, 2, and 3, do NOT use R.
For question
Biostats SDS 328M Homework 10
KEY
Write your answers onto one or more separate sheets of paper. Clearly mark each sheet with
your name and your lab time. Round all answers to at least 3 decimal places.
For questions 1, 2, and 3, do NOT use R.
For question
Biostats SDS 328M Homework 9
Write your answers onto one or more separate sheets of paper. Clearly mark each sheet with
your name and your lab time. Round all answers to at least 3 decimal places.
For questions 1, 2, and 3, do NOT use R.
For question 4, y
Biostats SDS 328M Homework 2
Write your answers onto one or more separate sheets of paper. Clearly mark each sheet
with your name and your lab time. Round all answers to at least 3 decimal places.
For questions 1 and 2, do NOT use R. Draw graphs by hand.
Biostats SDS 328M Homework 5
Write your answers onto one or more separate sheets of paper. Clearly mark each sheet with
your name and your lab time. Round all answers to at least 3 decimal places.
For questions 1, 2, and 3, do NOT use R.
For question 4, y
Biostats SDS 328M Homework 6
Write your answers onto one or more separate sheets of paper. Clearly mark each sheet with
your name and your lab time. Round all answers to at least 3 decimal places.
For questions 1, 2, and 3, do NOT use R.
For question 4, y
Biostats SDS 328M Homework 3
Write your answers onto one or more separate sheets of paper. Clearly mark each sheet
with your name and your lab time. Round all answers to at least 3 decimal places.
SHOW ALL YOUR WORK.
For questions 1 and 2, do NOT use R. D
Heather Oslund
BIO318M Sp2010
50200 Janne T3-5
Assignment 13 SPSS
1)
a) The scatter plot implies a possible positive relationship between the monthly bill and the amount
of minutes used.
i)
regression H0: There is no relationship between minutes & the bil
Case Processing Summary
Cases
Sampling
Valid
Scheme
Missing
Total
N
Percent
N
Percent
N
Percent
Proportion of Mutants In
Small Arbitary (n=5)
4
100.0%
0
.0%
4
100.0%
Sample (y/n)
Large Arbitary (n=20)
4
100.0%
0
.0%
4
100.0%
Small Random (n=5)
4
100.0%
0
Heather Oslund
BIO318M 50200
TA: Janne T 3-5
Assignment 10 SPSS
b. Histological grade is listed as scale but it should be ordinal.
Histologic grade of breast cancer patients
c. ii. The error bars tell the 95% confidence interval and say that there is a si
Heather Oslund
BIO318M 50200
Sp10: Janne T3-4
Assignment 11 SPSS
i.
What is the relationship between aflatoxin and corn yield? What is aflatoxin?
ii. Are the cases randomly sampled from a large population? Are the cases independent?
How was the data colle
Heather Oslund
BIO318M 50200
Homework #1 SPSS
Homework #1 Question 2
SPSS Lab Exercise SLS2.74-1
N
Mean
Before
10
1.6800
After
10
5.5500
Valid N (listwise)
10
Mean values of COHb levels before and after smoking a cigarette.
N
Minimum
COHB_increase
10
Vali
Heather Oslund
BIO318M 50200
TA: Janne T 3-5
Assignment #8 SPSS
1)
a. The question of interest is whether there is a difference in cholesterol level of
treatment group versus the control group. The samples are treatment and control
and the variables are t
Heather Oslund
BIO318M 50200
Assignment #4
Assignment #4 SPSS
i.
ii.
The variable age is the age of the individual people in the sample and is a scale variable,
agecat is the category or grouping of ages and is a categorical ordinal variable.
The data app
Welcome to SDS 328
Lecture 22
Wednesday November 16, 2016
Agenda
Today: Two Way ANOVA
Next time: Multiple Regression
HW 9 will be due on Tuesday 11/22 (not Monday) at
noon.
I will hold some extra office hours on Monday 11/22,
3-5 PM, CBA 4.338. I will
Welcome to SDS 328
Lecture 21
Monday November 14, 2016
Agenda
Today: Continue with ANOVA
Next time: More ANOVA + two way ANOVA.
This week:
Preliminary Report & data due on Wed 11/16
before class.
You need not have all your data but submit as
much as
Welcome to SDS 328
Lecture 20
Wednesday November 9, 2016
Agenda
Today: ANOVA = Analysis of Variance
Next time: More ANOVA
Next Week:
Lab 10 is up.
Preliminary Analysis Report due on 11/16
before class.
No homework
Exam 2 Solutions have been posted.
Marlene Cavazos-mc59922
SDS 328M
Professor Viswanathan
April 11, 2017
Preliminary Analysis Report
The Influence of Money and Relationship Status on Students Happiness
Introduction
A persons happiness can be influenced by many things, money and love being
Marlene Cavazos
Mc59922
Lab: T 3-4pm
3-23-2017
Homework 6- #3
3.a)
>boxplot(mc59922$extraversion ~ mc59922$volunteer, ylab = "Extraversion", main =
"Extraversion as Function of Volunteering", col = c("pink", "light blue")
b) > volyes <- mc59922[mc59922$vo
Marlene Cavazos
mc59922
Lab: T 3-4 pm
Homework 9-Question #4
a) library(car)
mc59922 <- States
plot(mc59922$dollars, mc59922$SATV, main = "Public Education State Spending vs Average SAT
Verbal Score", xlab = "Public Education Spending (dollars)", ylab = "
Formula Sheet
Descriptive Statistics
Ext
Tl
_ s
Sample Mean: X 2 Sample Mean Standard Error: SE)? = '
x/
Probability
General Addition Rule: PI[A or B] = Pr[A] + Pr[B] Pr[A and B]
General Multiplication Rule: Pr[A and B] = Pr[A] - Pr[BIA]
Law of Total Pro
Page 1 of 9
SDS 328 M, Fall 2016, Exam 2
Print your FULL name:
_
EID:
_
Lab Time:
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Rules
No questions will be answered during the exam.
You should see 6 questions on 9 pages including this cover page.
Some questions go over two pages.
The amount of space
Chapter 15B
1. We want to compare the mean ower lengths of four varieties of a tropical ower. Samples
of owers of each variety are given below:
Std Dev (cm)
1.03
Mean (cm)
47.38
39.55
Variety 1 Sample size
Bihai cfw_ 10
Red
Sums of
Welcome to SDS 328M
Lecture 4
Wednesday September 7, 2016
1
Agenda & Announcements
Brief Review: Use flow chart from page 5 of your course
packet
Today: Cover Probability, Chapter 5
On Homework 2:
I have changed the due date of Homework 2 to the
begin
Welcome to SDS 328
Lecture 23
Monday November 21, 2016
Agenda
Today: Multiple Regression
Next time: More Multiple Regression
HW 9 will be due tomorrow noon.
I have office hours today, 3-5 PM in CBA 4.338.
(College of Business Administration)
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