1)After inspecting all of 55,000 kg of meat stored at the Wurst Sausage Company, it was found that 45,000 kg of the meat was spoiled.A) Parameter
2)A sample of 120 employees of a company is selected, and the average age is found to be 37 years. B)
Statist
Charles Miller
Every year there is an abundance of injuries that are related to the participation of youths
in sports. Children are active and filled with energy, they are also mesmerized by the elite
athletes they see on television and participating in b
Charles Miller
Statistics
NameEdwin Moore
What is your title?
Emergency Department Doctor/Director
What do you do on a daily basis?
See patients, address issues, run tests, diagnose patients emergency needs.
Do you ever use/see statistics in your work?
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Day 1 Introduction
Research Methods
And
.Statistics!
Chapter 1
Statistics or Sadistics ? Its Up to You
Dr. Lynn Chevalier, DHSc, MPH (CPH), MS, CSSGB, CPC
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Use course messaging to communicate
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Welcome to D
Chapter 2-Part Two
Means to an End
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
Welcome to Day 2 of SI!
What will you learn today?
That I love Statistics! That I love SPSS!
Course overview
Entering basic dat
Part II
igma Freud & Descriptive
Statistics
Chapter 6
Just the Truth:
An Introduction to Understanding
Reliability and Validity
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
What you will learn in Chapter 6
Part II
igma Freud & Descriptive
Statistics
Chapter 3
Viva La Difference: Understanding
Variability
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
Welcome to SI Day 3
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think
Part III
Taking Chances for Fun and Profit
Chapter 8
Are Your Curves Normal? Probability and
Why it Counts
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
What you will learn in Chapter 8
Why understanding pro
Part III
Taking Chances for Fun and Profit
Chapter 7
Hypotheticals and You: Testing Your
Questions
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
What you will learn in Chapter 7
The difference between a samp
Part IV
Significantly Different:
Using Inferential Statistics
Chapter 11
t(ea) for Two:
Tests Between the Means of Different
Groups
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
What you will learn in Chapte
Part IV
Significantly Different:
Using Inferential Statistics
Chapter 12
t(ea) for Two (Again):
Tests Between the Means of Related
Groups
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
What you will learn in
Part IV
Significantly Different:
Using Inferential Statistics
Chapter 9
Significantly Significant:
What it Means for You and Me
Salkind, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics 5th Edition, SAGE Inc.
2014
What you will learn in Chapter 9
One type of health data analysis tool is a geographic information system (GIS). The CDC
(n.d.-c) defines GIS as a collection of science and technology tools used to manage
geographic relationships and integrate information. GIS helps us analyze spatially-
Tests of Differences between Means, Dependent Means (3 of 4)
For this example,
There are 10 - 1 = 9 degrees of freedom (Note that the sample size is the number of difference
scores, not the total number of scores.) A t table can be used to find that the p
Tests of Differences between Means, Dependent Means (1 of 4)
When the same subjects are tested in two experimental conditions, scores in the two
conditions are not independent because subjects who score well in one condition tend to
score well in the othe
Tests of Differences between Means, Dependent Means (1 of 4)
When the same subjects are tested in two experimental conditions, scores in the two conditions
are not independent because subjects who score well in one condition tend to score well in the
othe
Independence of Variables
Two variables are independent if knowledge of the value of one variable provides no information about
the value of another variable. For example, if you measured the two variables height and memory ability
in a population of adul
Independence of Observations
Two observations are independent if the sampling of one observation does not affect the choice of the
second observation. Consider a case in which the observations are not independent: A researcher wishes
to estimate how much
MINITAB Assignment 5 - Fall 2013
Make sure you do the following:
1. Put your name on your paper.
2. Under your name, put STAT 250 with your section number (e.g. -001)
3. Type MINITAB Assignment 5 centered on top of Page 1.
4. Number and letter the answers