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To successfully complete your discussion post include the following: The title of the article the date it was published and a link to the article. A bullet-pointed summary of the purpose of the article and the problem it is trying to solve. A brief explanation of how the article uses descriptive statistics to communicate information… Continue reading To successfully complete your discussion post, include the following:
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To prepare for this Assignment, imagine that you have information about how 20 n

To prepare for this Assignment imagine that you have information about how 20 nursing students and 20 psychology students felt about starting PSYC 3002 on Day 1 of this class. You want to know if nursing students and psychology students felt differently about embarking on the Introduction to Basic Statistics journey. 9 Nervous Nursing Students… Continue reading To prepare for this Assignment, imagine that you have information about how 20 n

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To improve retention and graduation rates, the Developmental Studies Committee o

To improve retention and graduation rates the Developmental Studies Committee of Sussex Junior College (SJC) directs the Remedial Reading Department to offer special non-credit developmental (remedial) reading classes for under-prepared first-time full-time college freshmen. SJC has been offering non-credit remedial reading classes (aka Developmental Reading Instruction) for the past thirty years as an attempt to… Continue reading To improve retention and graduation rates, the Developmental Studies Committee o

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Throughout the course, you have studied and used tools and techniques that have

Throughout the course you have studied and used tools and techniques that have underlying statistical theory and assumptions. Regression is no different. Haphazard application of regression analysis as with any type of statistical technique can lead to results that are inaccurate and that even worse can get you or your employer into trouble (whether that… Continue reading Throughout the course, you have studied and used tools and techniques that have

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This weeks readings discuss conditional probabilities, conditional odds, logits

This weeks readings discuss conditional probabilities conditional odds logits odds ratios relative risk and slopes. These can all be confusing terms but the good news is that all these values have some relationship to each other. Researchers have their own opinions on which values makes the most sense to report. By Day 3 In a… Continue reading This weeks readings discuss conditional probabilities, conditional odds, logits

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This weeks readings discuss conditional probabilities, conditional odds, logits

This weeks readings discuss conditional probabilities conditional odds logits odds ratios relative risk and slopes. These can all be confusing terms but the good news is that all these values have some relationship to each other. Researchers have their own opinions on which values makes the most sense to report. Discussion In a 2- to… Continue reading This weeks readings discuss conditional probabilities, conditional odds, logits

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This should be about two or three paragraphs or no more than a one-sided page in

This should be about two or three paragraphs or no more than a one-sided page in length. You should use your own words and comments and not those of the text or anyone else. a) In your own words briefly discuss the essentials and importance of Linear Programming models and how they are used in… Continue reading This should be about two or three paragraphs or no more than a one-sided page in

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This video discusses sampling in the context of how estimates of population para

This video discusses sampling in the context of how estimates of population parameters are obtained. It refers to the What Is an Average?(Links to an external site.) video where they obtained an average of 1.89 feet per personĀ using a sample of a group of playground-bound kids plus a one-legged man who was asked to… Continue reading This video discusses sampling in the context of how estimates of population para

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This video explains what the normal distribution is and gives examples of normal

This video explains what the normal distribution is and gives examples of normal distributions in the natural and social world. The distribution of the number of heads thrown on 20 coins the weight of ants and the age of marathon runners are all approximately normal distributions. Thus the normal distribution is what often happens when… Continue reading This video explains what the normal distribution is and gives examples of normal

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