SOCI332_Assignment 2_Week 3.doc Instructions Assignment 2: Furthering the Resear

SOCI332_Assignment 2_Week 3.doc
Instructions
Assignment 2: Furthering the Research Study – Bivariate Analysis
Complete the following assignment by filling in all pertinent areas of research. You will need to utilize SPSS and the GSS dataset specified in the class for this assignment. You should complete this assignment using the variables and topic that you have chosen (in the Week 1 Discussion) for your Final Project. You will then be able to follow this as a guide, as well as a check-point, with your instructor. It is essential that you read through all of the feedback regardless of your score. You will be required to submit:
This word document with blanks filled and SPSS outputs inserted. Throughout the assignment you will see where your tables and discussions can be placed.
An SPSS output file (*.spv) with this assignment for credit.
Use a different, but legible, color font for your responses. This assignment is to completed and submitted no later than the Sunday of Week 3 by 11:55pm ET. It is worth 100 points. Save the word file as follows [your last name_SOCI332_A2] and submit it to Assignments for feedback. Label the SPV file as [your last name_SOCI332_A2output]
General requirements:
Submissions should be typed, double-spaced, 1″ margins, times new roman 12 pt font, and saved as .doc, .docx, .pdf.
Use APA format for citations and references
View the grading rubric so you understand how you will be assessed on this Assignment.
Disclaimer- Originality of attachments will be verified by Turnitin. Both you and your instructor will receive the results.
This course has “Resubmission” status enabled to help you if you realized you submitted an incorrect or blank file, or if you need to submit multiple documents as part of your Assignment. Resubmission of an Assignment after it is grades, to attempt a better grade, is not permitted.
(I can send the word doc that needs to be filled out)
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You will analyze data from a sample of 50 countries. You can either download th

You will analyze data from a sample of 50 countries.
You can either download the Excel file or work in Office 365 or Google Drive. To work in Office 365 or Google Sheets, you will need to Copy the file to your drive. You are not able to edit in linked files.
Excel Download Excel(to download)
Office 365 (Links to an external site.) (to work online or download)
File – Save As
Google sheets (Links to an external site.) (to work online or download)
File – Make a copy
To submit the assignment, upload a Word document, PDF file, or PowerPoint presentation containing the required information.
https://www.who.int/data/stories/world-health-statistics-2021-a-visual-summary
critiera:
In your final report
state the variable, include a description, and provide an example for a country other than the US. Variable info is on the Data Catalog tab.
Frequency Distribution
Create a Frequency Distribution, including frequency, relative frequency, and cumulative frequency.
4 pts
Construct a histogram that matches the frequency distribution.
3 pts
Find the mean (round to 1 decimal place), standard deviation (round to 2 decimal places), and 5 number summary (do not round).
4 pts
Use the range rule of thumb to construct the range of usual values. Do any countries have values outside of the range? Briefly explain what it means for a country to be outside the range.
3 pts
Construct a box plot for your data.
2 pts
(150 word min)
Consider your histogram, the Visual Summary, and what you know about the world to make some conclusions about what you see in your frequency distribution and histogram. This analysis should be at least 150 words and show some thought about the data you explored.

 

 

Assignment Scenario The Vold Anti-Poverty Foundation is comparing three employme

Assignment Scenario
The Vold Anti-Poverty Foundation is comparing three employment programs for former foster care youth to determine which leads to best outcomes. The three programs are a vocational skills training program, a mentorship program, and a job placement service. The foundation collected data six months after the youth completed each program and the youth were asked to provide their monthly incomes.
Assignment Instructions
For this assignment, complete the following in a one-page, APA-formatted paper:
Review the tutorial provided in the first study in this unit as a guide for conducting ANOVA tests.
Use the Unit 7 Dataset, given in the resources, to test whether monthly income varied by type of services rendered at a .05 level of significance.
State the following, based on the output shown in SPSS file you develop:
Sources of variation: SS, df, MS, F, Statistic Sig.
Between groups.
Error.
Total.
Respond to the following prompts, based on the value of the test statistic:
Would the ANOVA test lead you to retain the null hypothesis or reject the null hypothesis?
Which groups had the best outcomes, if there is a statistically significant difference?
Provide a summary of the conclusion for this test. Be sure to include the interpretation of the findings for the Vold Foundation.
Be sure to attach the Unit 7 Dataset, given in the resources.
Additional Requirements
Your assignment should meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting standards.
Length of paper: One double-spaced page.

 

 

Analysis Plan Assignment Description As there are many methods to analyze data,

Analysis Plan
Assignment Description
As there are many methods to analyze data, be sure that the tests you select are appropriate to both the case study, your guiding research questions, and your proposed methodology. Refer to the Methodology section to ensure the analysis plan and methodology align.
Assignment Instructions
Complete the following:
Create your detailed analysis plan using the appropriate statistical techniques for analyzing data on descriptive measures and outcome measures based on the methodology you proposed.
Evaluate data analysis tests to select appropriate tests pertinent to the sampling methodology and program evaluation design. How will you answer your guiding research question (or questions)?
Evaluate the research assumptions that guided your selection of methodology and data analysis. For example, to conduct paired t tests, you must have a minimum of 30 participants in your sample size.
Describe any qualitative data you might collect and how you would analyze that data.
Describe the alignment of your research question and/or hypothesis and your chosen program evaluation design.
Additional Requirements
Your assignment should meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting standards.
Resources: Citations will be necessary in justifying choices in analyzing data.
Length of paper: 2–3 double-spaced pages.

 

 

Topic: Assume you are working in the marketing department of Walmart. The compan

Topic: Assume you are working in the marketing department of Walmart. The company wants to supply a new brand of clothing. To make an informative decision, your manager asked you to estimate the percentage of customers who would be interested in the new brand. How do you approach this task? What assumptions do you need to make and what data do you need to collect? If your manager does not know anything about statistics, how would you interpret your results for him/her?
Respond to Peer Post 1 – 150-200 words
How do we approach this task?
There are three main items to consider with respect to this question:
How will we design the study such that it answers the above question?
The parameter for this study will be “Customer is likely to purchase new brand products” (Yes or No)
The population for this study is all customers who shop at stores where this product is in consideration over the course of a given period. Let’s assume the new product is seasonal, aimed at fall purchases, so we will consider the number of customers from Q3.
The study will be conducted through statistical analysis of purchase history of similar brands and products already sold at Walmart, whereby, the designer has identified the similarities through a simple random sample, e.g., group the brands by association, style, or likeness, of customers within the population of the main study (a smaller study, to complete a larger study).
What confidence must we have in the study results to deem it a successful study?
According the NEDARC, the National EMSC Data Analysis Resource Center (2019), “a confidence interval of 95% or greater is ideal”. It appears to me that, the necessary confidence interval depends on the risk tolerance of the organization e.g., size of investment (consequence), frequency of success (or failure).
How do we effectively present this information to our Management for a yes/no decision on accepting the new product?
We’ve learned that how you present your data, is every bit as important as the data itself. I would identify the structure of the study in simplest forms, and then highlight the results of the study with the confidence level achieved, being 95% or greater (as suggested by NEDARC) for final approval.
What assumptions must you make?
We will need to assume that because a customer purchased a similar brand or product, they will be just as likely to purchase this new brand or product.
What data do you need to collect?
We will need to firstly understand the comparable products to analyze among our existing purchases for said new product. Second, we will need data from all stores in consideration, during the identified time (Q3 in my example, fall products), to understand what % of customer purchases included similar products or brands.
References:
Holmes, A., Illowsky, B., Dean, S., Hadley, K. (2017) Introductory Business Statistics. OpenStax.
NEDARC – The National EMSC Data Analysis Resource Center, U. of U. (2019, August 5). Confidence intervals. NEDARC. Retrieved May 19, 2022, from https://www.nedarc.org/statisticalhelp/advancedstatisticaltopics/confidenceintervals.html
Respond to Peer Post 2 in 150-200 words
A survey is needed to gather fashion data and client feedback to approach this task. We could perform online, social media, and Walmart customer surveys to find what clothes people need/want. What is their clothing budget? What clothes brands do they want? The survey may be expanded to predict which brands will sell the most. From the survey’s demographics, you can discover which gender/age group is more prevalent and which brand is more attractive to most customers.
The assumption is that each sample is:
~Random.
~Independent.
~A large amount. (Statisticians ran into problems when the sample size was small, which caused inaccuracies in the confidence interval)
~Sample data should be normally distributed.
We could conduct a survey and calculate the sample mean and the sample standard deviation. The sample mean is the point estimate for the population mean. The sample standard deviation is the point estimate for the population standard deviation (OpenStax)
I would get my manager to understand statistics by creating data visualizations to help them present data more straightforwardly for the manager to comprehend. Data may be represented graphically in various ways, including bar charts, bubble clouds, box-and-whisker plots, and graphs, to mention just a few examples of these representations. When using statistics and data, make sure your data is correct so you may make assumptions based on facts. The null hypothesis is random, whereas the alternative hypothesis includes non-random observations.
Reference:
(OpenStax)
Holmes, Alexander and Illowsky, Barbara and Dean, Susan (2018), Introductory Business Statistics, OpenStax, Rice University.
Respond to Peer post 3 in 150-200 words
This particular task can be approached by doing survey in which the customers can answer their preference. From these surveys, data can be gathered and organized. The “enough” sample size can be computed by knowing the total customers you have for a week, and from there gather and compute your sample size.(Ex. 5000 customers per week, and you hand out/verbally ask questions of 1000 of them, so your sample size is 1/5 of your weekly customers) Also, in choosing the those who’ll take the survey, it should be random. Questions (and assumptions) such as what brand would they prefer, what type/style of clothing, or if they even like the new brand that is being considered to be added on the store can be added to the survey. More data means a more concrete conclusion can be drawn. When presenting the results to your manager, include graphs and tables as visual for him/her to easily interpret the result. A pie chart can be really helpful to present the number of customer who prefer a new brand. Bar graphs can represent what brand or type the customers would prefer in which the higher the bar, the more likely the customer will choose it. Visuals will always help explain the statistics in such a manner that you do not offend anyone or explain the data condescendingly.

 

 

The internet is host to a wealth of information and much of that information com

The internet is host to a wealth of information and much of that information comes from raw data that have been collected or observed.
Many websites summarize such data using graphical methods discussed in this chapter.
Find a website related to your major that summarizes data and uses graphs, and share it with the class. Let us know how it relates to your major and why it is of interest to you.
Please make sure to comply with all Netiquette Guidelines listed in the Getting Started module.
Grading Criteria:
Directly and completely post the requested information 60
Respond to another student’s post explaining why you think the information presented is important 20
Respond to two or more posts explaining why you think the information presented is important 20
Total Possible 100

 

 

An understanding of statistics is necessary in any job. The use of statistics c

An understanding of statistics is necessary in any job. The use of statistics can help provide answers to many questions. Please, post a question you think that statistics may help you answer and explain why statistics can help provide an accurate answer. Read several of your classmates’ postings. Do you agree that statistics are necessary to answer their questions? Is their question one that you would also like to have an answer to? Why or why not?

 

 

Please answer the following multiple choice statistics questions located in the

Please answer the following multiple choice statistics questions located in the word attachment:
NOTE: Questions #3 may have more than one answer,
#6 is blank meaning it contains 7 answers,
#8 and #16-#17 contain written answers and the last question is an upload of your SPSS output.
DATA is located in the other attachment. Thank you very much!