Example of Using Minitab for Assignment 3 part D
(1) to graph a table of proportions
This is some data from Tutorial 3, relating Alcohol intake and Nicotine Intake.
Alcohol intake
(ounces/day)
None
0.01 - 0.10
0.11 - 0.99
1.00 or more
None
Nicotine intake
To get the data from Assignment 2 into Minitab
Select the columns from the table in the Word document, Copy them
Then paste Straight into Minitab, with the cursor sitting in the space just below C1.
The rest of this tutorial is about how to do various gra
161.120 and 161.130 Computer Tutorial for Leaves Data Assignment 1
This tutorial will begin by assuming that you will enter your data into Excel (maybe at home) and then read the
data into Minitab later on but it is just as easy to enter it into Minitab d
Hint for Assignment 3 part B
NOTE THE QUESTION WRONGLY SAID 94 MAMMALS IT SHOULD SAY 96.
You have to model Brain based on Gestation.
So I will instead model Body based on Gestation.
Regression Analysis: Body versus Gestation
Analysis of Variance
Source
Re
An example of the Minitab work needed for Assignment 2, Parts B and C.
Using Minitab 17.
1. Download the data from Stream. You need the dataset Bears.xls. I will also download my example
dataset, RentalNSvWait3Bed1Bath.xls which contains the asking rental
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Introductory Statistics 161.120 and Introductory Biostatistics 161.130
Assignment 2
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Assessment value: 9%
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Introductory Biostatistics 161.130
Assignment 3
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Assessment value: 9%
Your report should preferably be computer produced but there will be no penalty if it is neatly
hand written.
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Introductory Biostatistics 161.130
Assignment 1 Report
th
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Assessment value: 9%
Part A: Research question
[3 marks]
1. State the research question you investigated.
Does position on
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161.220: Data Analysis
Assignment 1
Due Wednesday 17 August 2016
1. A shopping mall contains 50 stores. You are interested in finding the average wage of
store employees.
(a) Describe how one might perform a stratified random sample in this case. What are
161.220 - Data Analysis
The normal curve and transformations
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Semester Two - 2015
Introduction
In this chapter we consider:
I
Normally distributed data,
I
and ways to transform non-normal data into
161.220: Data Analysis
Assignment 3 - Solutions
Due Wednesday 19 October 2016
Thirty marks in total.
1. (a) (3 marks) We can fit the empty and full models in the following way:
> crime <- read.table("http:/www.massey.ac.nz/~a161220/crime.txt", header=TRUE
161.220: Assignment 1 - Solutions
Daniel Walsh
17 August 2016
1. (a) (3 marks) A stratified random sample could be conducted by dividing employees
into groups (strata) based on their sex, and whether they were a full-time, or part-time
employee. The wages
161.220 - Data Analysis
Linearity
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Semester Two - 2016
Introduction
I
In this chapter we continue our study of paired quantitative
data (X , Y ) that we first met in Chapter 2.7 Exploring
Relationsh
161.220 - Data Analysis
Course Notes
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What is Statistics?
I
Statistics is the process of formulating questions that address
a real world problem, collecting relevant data, and then
161.220 - Data Analysis
Multiple Regression Methods
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Semester Two - 2016
Introduction
Extension of simple regression model to more than one
explanatory variable:
y|x = 0 + 1 x1 + 2 x2 + . . . p xp
F
161.220: Data Analysis
Assignment 2
Due Monday 3 October 2016
1. (From Assignment 1) The rivers data set (available in R) contains the lengths (in
miles) of 141 major rivers in North America.
(a) Load the MASS library (library(MASS) and use the boxcox() f
161.220: Assignment 2 - Solutions
Daniel Walsh
5 October 2016
(26 marks total.)
1. (a) (2 marks) From the histogram we can see that the data are heavily right skewed.
The Box-Cox plot suggests that a reciprocal root transform is needed. The boxplots show
INTRODUCTION
MATLAB
MATLAB is a software package which was originally developed for numerical
computation with matrices ( MATLAB stands for MATrix LABoratory) but it can
handle symbolic manipulation and has built-in functions for a wide variety of
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x=-0.5; y=x-(2*x+3)/(exp(x)+log(abs(x)
Note that only round brackets are permitted in an algebraic expression. Also log stan
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