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#### Statistics: Multivariate Analysis Research Data Collection Thesis …

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8 pages (2,185 words) · Economics / Finance / Banking

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… Statistics-Multivariate Analysis

Research data collected using the quantitative approach can be analyzed and interpreted in different ways, using either the univariate, bivariate, or multivariate analysis.

Bivariate analysis looks at the relationship between two variables. It is commonly analyzed and interpreted with the aid of the cross-tabulation or cross-tab, allowing the researcher to check the interaction between the two variables under study. The variables under study are called the independent (or predictor) variable and the dependent (or outcome) variable. The interaction between the two is reflected in the cross-tab, and each interaction can be expressed in either frequencies (raw count) or percentages, or both. It is critical in bivariate analysis to establish whether the relationship observed is significant or not. Determining the significance of the relationship….
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#### Cluster Analysis by Using Two Essay …

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3 pages (909 words) · Crime / Police / Criminal Justice

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#### Benefit Analysis Article Critique …

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15 pages (4,041 words) · Drugs / Alcohol / Tobacco

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… Decline in tobacco linked morbidities would bring reduction in the health care expenditure, which was previously done for the betterment of the public at large. Reduction would be apparent in the hospital costs, in pharmaceuticals, in other medical services, in health consultations and in nursing homes. Third parties would be benefitted by the reduction in smoking, like for example many industries would earn more revenue when smokers will switch to non-tobacco products, while others would benefit by the productivity of the workforce. Tobacco industry losses are balanced by the net income generated from other products. With the reduction in smoking, the surrounding air would be clean; few people would become passive smokers, moreover, the parental heed required for low weight babies would be reduced (Report,…. [read more]

#### Regression Analysis the Methodology for Analyzing Data Research Paper …

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2 pages (676 words) · Computers / IT / Internet

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… Regression Analysis

The methodology for analyzing data is just as important as having a strong foundation for collecting. Within qualitative and quantitative research applications, the use of statistics is a common practice. One of the most used statistical analysis techniques is what is known as regression analysis. This current report explores the processes within regression analysis in what environments the methodology is appropriate for use in to analyze data.

Regression analysis uses statistical formulas in order to show a correlation between particular variables. Sykes (2012) posits that it is "a statistical tool for the investigation of relationship between variables." It is essentially a way to quantify the relationship between the variables and manipulate environmental changes to forecast what impact they would have on such variables….
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#### Regression Analysis Is the Technique Term Paper …

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2 pages (567 words) · Mathematics / Statistics

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… Regression analysis is the technique used to express the linear relationship between two variables. With this technique we can estimate the value of the dependent variable (Y) based on a selected value of the independent variable (X). This kind of analysis is mostly used to determine if sales numbers of a product a are related to the number of TV advertisements for that particular product during a specific timeframe. The mathematical equation for the line used to estimate the value of variable Y on the basis of variable X is also known as the regression equation (general form of linear regression equation: Y1 = a + bX) (Lind, Marchal, & Wathen, 2005).

Y1

= read Y prime, is the predicted value of Y for a….
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#### Regression Analysis and Business Rules Essay …

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2 pages (669 words) · Management / Organizations

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… Linear regression can also be utilized in the creation of trend lines, which uses past data to predict future performance or trends. Generally, trend lines are used in business to show the progress of financial or product attributes over time. "Stock prices, oil prices, or product specifications can all be analyzed using trend lines" (Keener, 2011).

In business the capital asset pricing model was developed using linear regression analysis, and is a frequent measure of the instability of a stock or investment. The process for determining this is done by linear regression. Linear regression is key in evaluating the risk that is linked with most investment vehicles (Keener, 2011). This is very important in the business world as money and investments are crucial to most….
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#### Regression Analysis on Retirement Definition Term Paper …

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7 pages (2,409 words) · Economics / Finance / Banking

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… Lets assume that different individuals have characteristics (either observed or unobserved) that make them either more or less tend to retire at an early age. Let [X.sub.i] be one characteristic, such that high values of [X.sub.i] are linked with earlier retirement: [differential]R/[differential][X.sub.i] < 0.

It can also be asked as what the effect of [X.sub.i] is on asset holdings at some time earlier to retirement. Since [X.sub.i] function not directly through the retirement age in the above model and not directly on either assets or consumption, then:

[differential]A (t)/[differential][X.sub.i] = [differential]A (t)/[differential]R [differential]R/[differential][X.sub.i] > 0.

A characteristic that makes a person more inclined to retire early also persuade that particular person to hold more possessions than otherwise.

This can be understood by a simple interpretation,….
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#### Multivariate Analysis of Parametric Data Essay …

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5 pages (1,612 words) · Advertising / Marketing / Sales

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… Maddox's research design involved a qualitative analysis of consumer behavior in regard to their usage of Web sites for the purpose of gathering prescription drug information as well as product requests. The research design involved the use of a questionnaire to measure the research questions. The questionnaire was placed online on a website belonging to one of the major pharmaceutical firms for a 2-week period., the responses were rated on a five-point (Likert) scale that ranged from 1 for very unimportant or unlikely to 5 for very important or likely.

Do you agree with the following statement?

Maddox (1999) should have used a Repeated Measure ANOVA to test for differences (based on AGE and GENDER) in the set of responses.

No.It would have been better….
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#### Statistical Analysis With Regression Term Paper …

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5 pages (1,411 words) · Transportation / Mass Transit

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… Regression Analysis of Auto Sales

Statistical Analysis of Auto Sales

Eleven attributes all pertaining to the sales of automobiles sold from the first quarter of 1980 to the fourth quarter of 2004 form the data set and the basis of this analysis and the creation of a series of multiple regression models. The objective of the creation of a multiple regression equation is to predict sales of automobiles. Stepwise multiple regression was used, yielding the following models as shown in Table 1. Using stepwise regression the variable SPSS Version 13 for Windows' stepwise regression technique yielded Personal Income (pi) as the independent variable that most influenced sales of new autos (unitsales) and as a result the first model created includes only this variable. Finance Rate….
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#### Economic and Quantitative Analysis Topics Term Paper …

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8 pages (2,136 words) · Economics / Finance / Banking

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… The United States has shifted in a major way on two different occasions over its existence. First, they went from an agrarian economy to an industrial one and now they are shifting to a service/knowledge foundation while the once dominant manufacturing industry in that country is becoming an afterthought except when speaking of advance/high-tech manufacturing. If someone were to analyze the United States economy over its entire existence, using a singular and fixed model would be asinine and obtuse because of these seismic changes that have occurred. Looking at the United States economy now through a year 1840 lens would be silly.

In a similar vein, looking at Nigeria now would require a certain model and that model would exhibit certain patterns and trends. However,….
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#### Linear Regression Models (Meier, Chapter 18 Article Review …

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5 pages (1,293 words) · Mathematics / Statistics

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… Linear Regression models (Meier, Chapter 18 / 19)

These are used in order to determine whether a correlation (or relationship) exists between one element and another and, if so, in which direction (negative or positive).

The two variables are plotted on a graph. Independent variable on the x line (horizon); y- variable (dependent) on the vertical line. The pattern between them is called the 'slope'. The point where X and Y intersect online is called 'intercept'.

The theorem used tells us that the slope of the line will be equal to the change in x (IV) given changes of y (DV). The shape of the slope (their direction and gradient) describes the relationship between X and Y.

Linear regression, as are the previous models, is….
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#### Statistics in Research and Analysis the Experiments Research Paper …

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10 pages (3,309 words) · Mathematics / Statistics

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… ¶ … Statistics in Research and Analysis

The experiments, analysis and statistics-5

Uses of statistics in experiments and research-5

Tools of Analysis-7

Experimental Design-9

Common uses in every day life-12

USE of STATISTICS in RESEARCH and ANALYSIS

This paper concerns itself with the use of statistics as a means and the important tool in research and analysis -- both in the scientific and social sphere. Statistics can be defined as a study of variability and enumeration. It tries to quantify and enumerate uncertain things in a scientific manner. That is because there is an element of uncertainty in all affairs of research and information processing. For example measurements made by scientists and other people are mostly uncertain in some way. One example cited by Kault….
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#### Statistics Regression Term Paper …

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7 pages (2,045 words) · Urban Studies / City Planning / Housing

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… Statistical Analysis and Forecasting of Housing Prices

The property chosen for predicting its selling price using statistical analysis techniques including multiple regression, correlation analysis, and factor analysis is shown to the right. The property is located at 2834 N. Danbury Street in Orange, California.

The home has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, and is located on a cul-de-sec street, which is ideal for children. The home is 2,240 square feet on a lot of 7,000 square feet, and was built in 1995. The most recent owners completely re-vamped the kitchen and downstairs floors, investing well over $40,000 in both projects. The downstairs bedroom has been converted to a home office and the upstairs master bedroom, custom children's bedroom and third bedroom are ideal for a….
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#### Multi Regression Analysis Research Paper …

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9 pages (2,344 words) · Nutrition / Diet / Eating

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… Multi-Regression Analysis

Children's norm for hand grip strength

Research study involves investigation on hand grip strength in normal children living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.In the study 831 school children, whom 448 were boys and 383 girls whose age ranged from 4 to 15 years participated.

Smedley's hand dynamometer was used to measure grip strength, in addition standardized positioning and instructions were taken into consideration. The children exerted one maximal effort with their right and left hands. The outcome revealed that grip strength scores increased with an increase in age. A difference was realized in right arm or left arm maximum grip strength between boys and girls of the same age groups .Findings showed that right arm grip strength was greater than that of the left….
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#### Perform Variance Tests One Way Analysis Data Analysis Chapter …

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11 pages (1,731 words) · Mathematics / Statistics

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1853.37

2.572207

0.097246

3.402826

Within Groups

17292.89

24

720.537

Total

20999.63

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The F statistic is 2.5722

The p-value is 0.0972

Based on the data obtained, the conclusion is to accept the null hypothesis.

PART 3

Introduction

The knowledge obtained in the course has provided me with a comprehensive understanding regarding the role that statistics plays in business applications. The course has been largely extensive providing a great deal of information that will be beneficial in the future. As outlined by Hahn and Doganaksoy (2011), statistics plays a pivotal part in decision making and especially for businesses in the present day. Throughout the course, I have learnt how to apply statistical tools and methods to analyze data, come up….
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#### Caribbean Use ICT Research Proposal …

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13 pages (4,613 words) · Engineering / Mechanics

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… The studies of Wolcott, et al. (2008), Camacho and Dirckinck-Holmfeld (2009), and Steinfield, et al. (2012) provide the findings that top management plays an important role towards the implementation of ICT in organizations. Zarei, et al. (2011), Oh, et al. (2009), and Saarenketo, et al. (2008) assesses an empirical approach to the top management in such a way that it can lead to the implementation of ICT. Bidarian, et al. (2011) provides the conclusion that involvement of management provides support that is important for the success of ICT adaptation in SMEs. Harbi, et al. (2009), and Hacklin, et al. (2009) evaluate that the top management in SMEs take decisions regarding adaptation of ICT but Ollo-Lopez and Aramendia-Muneta (2012) argue that the CEO of SMEs can…. [read more]

#### Suicide Statistical Analysis of Suicide and African-American Article Review …

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4 pages (1,057 words) · Psychology / Behavior / Psychiatry

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… Suicide

Statistical Analysis of Suicide and African-American Culture

From a general statistical standpoint, the risk of suicide is lower among black Americans than their white counterparts. However, racial distinctions can provide a useful framework for connecting certain cultural and environmental realities to suicidal tendencies. This is the imperative that underscores the review below of four corresponding articles:

The first article considered here is that provided by Neeleman et al. (1998), entitled "Suicide acceptability in African- and white Americans: the role of religion" and originally published in Vol. 186, No. 1 of the Journal of Nervous Mental Disorders. This article proceeds from the primary research question which inquires into the relationship between religious belief and suicide acceptability. The study seeks to measure this correlation as subdivided….
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#### System Analysis the Company Term Paper …

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13 pages (3,770 words) · Management / Organizations

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… ¶ … System Analysis

The company is going to be listed at the stock exchange; the company listing exercise will include a few activities such like Pre-Planning until the first day that the stock will be traded on the stock exchange.

The company on their road to their first listing is facing a few problems, including:

The company fails to see the relation between sales and advertising.

The company needs to efficiently describe the correct work sequence or their best alternative route to achieve IPO listing in 90 days.

The company also needs to distinguish whether to mix existing product or not.

Forecasting is the structure through which the financial statements can be constructed for incidents that have not yet taken place or are most….
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#### Quality Management Tech. The Nature Essay …

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6 pages (1,792 words) · Management / Organizations

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… Through linear programming, which was mentioned earlier, the company was able to utilize cloud computing to minimize its costs while enhancing it's over profit. Management through the use of QQM was able to see this coming trend and react accordingly. This will undoubtedly occur in the future as more competition arises in the technology sector.

What measures of recommendations would you suggest in order to better manage for uncertainties?

As mentioned above, the company does a great job of managing uncertainties. Through the use of various techniques such as fishbone diagrams, a linear programming and control chart, the company is prepared to handle uncertain aspects within the business. Aspects such as invoicing have been altered due in part to management's use of QQM. However, I….
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#### Defense Mechanisms and Psychodynamically-Oriented Psychologists Research Proposal …

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7 pages (2,319 words) · Drugs / Alcohol / Tobacco

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… The therapy clients along with participant substance abuse counselors will complete the necessary release forms and will also complete informed consent forms.

Assessments. Participant counselors will be administered the TAT cards in the standard TAT administration fashion with instructions as to explain what is happening in the picture, what led up to those events, what the characters are thinking and feeling, and what the outcome will be. Responses to the cards will be recorded verbatim and then later coded for defense mechanisms according to Cramer (1991).

The counseling clients will also be administered the drug/alcohol scales of the ASI6 in order to compare relapse rates by group and by counselor defense mechanism use in a quantitative design.

Conclusion

Individuals that suffer from substance abuse or….
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#### Mathematics Analysis Techniques: Correlation Term Paper …

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2 pages (484 words) · Transportation / Mass Transit

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… B.

The direction of causality is that earning more money makes you spend more on your car, not that having a more expensive car makes you earn more money. Therefore, amount spent on car is the dependant variable (Y), and annual income level is the independent variable (X).

C.

Data:

Annual Income Level ($)

Amount Spent on Car ($)

Regression Calculation:

Regression Output:

Constant

-3996.77843523997

Std Err of Y Est

Squared

No. Of Observations

Degrees of Freedom

Coefficient(s)

Std Err of Coef.

Regression coefficient = 0.67

The regression coefficient of 0.67 shows that there is a positive correlation between annual income level and amount spent on car. This is as was expected. The graph also illustrates the general trend of increasing income level resulting in….
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#### Utilizing the Best Subsets Regression Model Term Paper …

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3 pages (870 words) · Education / Teaching / Learning

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… And the R-Square value is 0.884, and the MSE is 2,850,735.33.

Residuals are shown in the ANOVA as 8,678,396, 57.

Conducting a Stepwise Forward Regression yielded similar results.

C. Findings

Given that the formula for the R2-value is:

R2 = SSR/SSTO = 1?SSE/SSTO

It can be seen that the R2-value increases as more variables are added. This means that the "best" model cannot be the model with the largest R2-value. Instead, the R2-values can be used to find the point where adding more predictors doesn't make sense since they don't fit the criteria. In other words, the additional predictors only yield tiny increases in the R2-value. Essentially, then, both the magnitude (number of predictors) and size of the increase in R2 are considered.

Using the….
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#### Use of Nanoparticles in Treatment of Heart Patients Research Paper …

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3 pages (947 words) · Engineering / Mechanics

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… Nano Artery

The Use of Nanoparticles as Plaque-Reducing Agents in Human Arteries

Summary of Current Approaches

Common methods for preventing the buildup of plaque in arteries, which restricts blood flow and has the potential to cause a variety of health problems based on the location of the buildup, include the use of standard stents and newer degradable stents that also employ a controlled release of pharmaceutical compounds that themselves restrict the formation and buildup of plaque in the area of the stent (Chan et al. 2010; Chorny et al. 2010; Kohn & Zeltinger 2005). The fabrication of these stents has improved to the degree that they can be made safely degradable without limitations to functionality, and this has allowed for the controlled release of pharmaceutical….
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#### Sampling, Regression, and Hypothesis Testing Statistical Analysis …

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5 pages (1,399 words) · Education / Teaching / Learning

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… In reality, both Type 1 and Type II errors can be severe. Type I error is unavoidable because every time we reject the null hypothesis, there is a high possibility we have made such an error. This error is costly because Pfizer will incur unnecessary costs developing and marketing Drug B. On the other hand, Type II error may lead to Pfizer abandoning further research on Drug B, which could have generated high profits for the company because it is more effective than Drug A.

11.

a. The null hypothesis is: = 6 (the mean volume of bottles is equal to 6 ounces).

The alternative hypothesis is: 6 (the mean volume of the bottles is not equal to 6 ounces).

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#### Leadership Effectiveness Inventory Data Reliability Essay …

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3 pages (724 words) · Management / Organizations

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… 75

Managing Resources

2

3.27

0.88

0.66

Communication

1

3.73

0.65

0.66

Personal Example

3

3.66

0.71

0.77

In Table 4 above, two of the scales; Managing Resources and Communication have reliabilities slightly lower than the recommended alpha level of 0.7 though, not to the point of unacceptability. The other remaining seven scales are reliable. Even though there were statistically significant differences between the means of the four reporting groups on all the scales except communication, they had no systematic tendencies. Additionally, there was no consistent pattern of significant differences shown in the post-hoc tests. Therefore, it can be ascertained that when reliabilities are calculated separately for the four different reporting groups, the alpha coefficients are rarely more than 0.02 to 0.05 different from the….
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#### Statistical Analysis Reported in Two Term Paper …

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12 pages (3,282 words) · Mathematics / Statistics

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… First, no such mention was ever made in the beginning of the study with respect to gender differences. Second, logistic regression analysis and/or techniques have no earthly association with differences. Had the authors wanted to determine whether or not differences occurred they should have employed the proper descriptive tool "t" test or ANOVA." Again, this was not the case. Additionally the authors made the statement in their concluding remarks that adolescent smoking is related to social insecurity and social isolation. I found that this particular condition and/or variable were never even mentioned in the introductory stage to the research article nor was it included in the research question section. Therefore, any information and/or conclusion with reference to this condition is totally out of place and…. [read more]

#### Communicating the Results Term Paper …

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3 pages (929 words) · Advertising / Marketing / Sales

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… When data is presented in a manner that "invites extrapolation" this is not feasible for a group of scholars to attempt to comprehend and distortion occurs.

III. Multiple Regression Analysis Model and Analysis

The XYZ corporation is opening a new retail sales outlet and want to understand the best way to staff the stores with employees that will be best at selling their products. The staff sales are studied at stores already existing to examine the intelligence and outgoingness of employees so as to predict the sales performance of employees currently employed by the company. Three scores will be established for each salesperson including:

(1) Intelligence -- score on a scale of 50 (low intelligence) to 150 (high intelligence)

(2) Extroversion - score on a….
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#### Human Resources Pay Package Employee Research Paper …

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5 pages (1,429 words) · Nursing / Doctor / Physician

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… Part D: Specifications (Qualifications)

RNs must be licensed and certified according to the requirements of their state. This includes a minimal educational requirement passage of the National Council Licensure Examination or NCLEX-RN. This assures that the nurse meets at least the minimum requirements. In addition to educational and licensure requirements the nurse must be caring and sympathetic, responsible and detail oriented.

Part III: Job Evaluation

The four compensable factors used for this analysis are skills, working conditions, responsibility, and work complexity. Skills are defined as the mental and physical skills required to perform he job. For the RN, these include the ability to lift patients, stand for long periods of time and assist patients with diagnostic tests. Working conditions include long hours and the potential….
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#### Oxygen Use in Hospital Setting Literature Review …

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14 pages (6,426 words) · Healthcare / Health / Obamacare

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… Master in Quality & Safety in Healthcare Management

Year Two, 2010-2011

Oxygen Use Monitoring in Hospitals: Literature Review

Oxygen Use Monitoring in Hospitals: Literature Review

search strategy methods and methodologies application of findings to the writer's organization

Oxygen is vital element in people life.. It is a fact that, in a normal room, the percentage of oxygen is only 21% and this amount is sufficient for healthy people. However, most patients need higher levels of oxygen to circulate blood and allow body tissues to function normally (Thannickal, 2009). Oxygen is frequently used as a form of medication in community and hospital settings by the nurses and doctors employed. Use of oxygen as a medicine is not chosen for specified situations nor it is normally prescribed….
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