# 514 statistical analysis 1

-Real Estate data file – which will be used for practice problems in each unit. Raw data for ALL Practice Problems for all Units

-Solutions to the practice problems for Unit 1 â€“found at the end of the Unit 01 reading. Use this file as an example for how your Complete work should look and be submitted to the drop box.

-Student data file – which will be used for homework (Complete) problems for each unit. There is a link in each Complete section for you to access this file. .

-UNIT 01 Categorical Data Stat file â€“ use this file to conduct Complete Problem #1

-UNIT 01 Descriptive Stat file â€“ use this file to conduct Complete Problem #3

-UNIT 01 Frequency Distribution Stat file â€“ use this file to conduct Complete Problem #2

Instructions:

When you open the stat files, select Read Only if prompted. The examples found in each stat file are the raw data from the Practice Problems (Real Estate data file) to show you how you would enter the Complete raw data from the Student Data file. When you close that file out, you will have the option of saving your changes and it will save your info as a new document. Note that you can only input or change data in the yellow shaded areas. The blue shaded areas are the function/output fields that will automatically calculate your answers.

You will be copying and pasting your output charts and written analysis in the Complete section. Use the Practice Problems examples in Course Materials as your guide. You should also have source and reference information in each text box when used.

The discussion requires a minimum of 300 words, 3 scholarly sources, including the textbook. Make sure that you use APA style with your references. Under no circumstances use any direct quotes. Any directly quoted or copied material will result in a zero for the assignment. Letâ€™s be sure to write it in own work 100% and give appropriately when using someoneâ€™s else work.

Reference for textbook attached:

Mirabella, J. (2011). Introduction to Statistics. Nashville, TN: Savant Learning Systems.

1. Nominal, Ordinal, Interval and Ratio are the four Levels of Measurement. These determine “how” you are analyzing data you have collected. Define each of these levels of measurement and discuss an example of each that could be collected within your organization.

1,500 word count and there is a total of 3 questions each (not including in-text citation and references as the word count), a minimum of 4 scholarly sources are required in APA format. For the 4 scholarly sources, one from the textbook thatâ€™s posted below and the other two from an outside source . Letâ€™s be sure to write it in own work 100% and give appropriately when using someoneâ€™s else work. Under no circumstances use any direct quotes. Any directly quoted or copied material will result in a zero for the assignment.

Reference for textbook attached:

Mirabella, J. (2011). Introduction to Statistics. Nashville, TN: Savant Learning Systems.

Use the Student Data (I have attached it) which consists of 200 MBA students at Whatsamattu U. It includes variables regarding their age, gender, major, GPA, Bachelors GPA, course load, English speaking status, family, and weekly hours spent studying.

• 1. Perform a categorical analysis on the majors of students enrolled in the MBA. Describe your findings.
• 2. Create a frequency distribution & histogram on the GPAs of the students. Use ranges of 2.50-2.75, 2.75-3.00, 3.00-3.25, 3.25-3.50, 3.50-3.75 and 3.75-4.00. Describe your findings.
• 3. Compute the descriptive statistics for the weekly hours spent studying. Describe your findings.