Written Article Assignment Requirements Overview: The purpose of this assignment

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Written Article Assignment Requirements
Overview:
The purpose of this assignment is to write an interesting article about the sports industry that demonstrates your understanding of the major concepts of statistics. Your project must start with an interesting and meaningful question, use a good design for data collection, summarize the data (visually, numerically, and verbally), use the data to make appropriate inferences, and reach sound conclusions about the original questions. You’ve learned a lot this semester, and now it’s time to show off! You will then use this information to write a compelling article that uses what your analysis to either support or reject point of view. You should write this article as if you were writing for an online or print newspaper, magazine, blog, etc. Include a title, pictures and include your opinions and views on the subject. Make the reader as interested in the subject of the article as you are!
Requirements:
Choose a question to investigate relating to a sports activity you are interested and excited about!
Question could be in the form of one of the following:
What is the mean of a population? (Confidence Interval: Topic 9)
What proportion of the population fits a selected criteria? (Topic 9: Confidence Interval)
Compare a mean or proportion of the population to a known value.
(Hypothesis Test for One Sample: Topic 10 or Topic 11)
Compare a mean or proportion of one population to another population.
(Hypothesis Test for Two Samples: Topic 12 or Topic 13)
Is and how is one set of data related to another set of data?
(Hypothesis Test for Linear Regression: Topic 14)
Does a frequency distribution fit an expected distribution? (Goodness-of-Fit Test: Topic 15.1)
Does one variable depend upon another variable? (Independence Test: Topic 15.2)
Is the mean of 3 or more populations all the same? (ANOVA Test for More than 2 Means: Topic 16)
Design an appropriate study or experiment. (Topic 1)
Collect data using one or a combination of two of the 5 methods; simple random, stratified, systematic, cluster or convenience sampling. The data may come from a survey, observational study, experiment, or other sources (such as publications or the Internet). (Topic 1)
Your article should summarize your data using summary statistics (Topic 3) and include at least one appropriate graphical display. (Topic 2)
Your article should include inferences based on your data using one of the following methods:
Confidence interval for the population mean or proportion to make a claim about the population.
(Confidence Interval: Topic 9)
Hypothesis tests to determine if there is enough evidence to support your claim about the population mean or proportion (percent) using one set or two sets of data.
(Hypothesis Test: Topics 10, 11, 12, 13)
Regression analysis to determine a relationship between two sets of quantitative data.
(Hypothesis Test for Linear Regression: Topic 14)
Hypothesis tests to test if there is enough evidence to support your claim that a sample distribution is the same as or different from a given distribution.
(Goodness-of-Fit Test: Topic 15.1)
Hypothesis test to determine if there is enough evidence to support your claim that two variables are either independent or dependent.
(Independence Test: Topic 15.2)
Hypothesis test to determine if there is enough evidence to support your claim that 3 or more means of their populations all the same or at least one of them is different.
(ANOVA Test for More than 2 Means: Topic 16)
Your article should include a conclusion for your question in terms of what it means about the population of your study.
Your article should describe what went wrong or any possible biases and any suggestions on what you would have done differently to improve the study and minimize biases.
Your article should include any citations necessary if your data was obtained using online or print sources. No citations are necessary if you collect your own data. If you use data from an outside source and do not cite them your grade will be reduced 10%.
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