Quantitative Analysis

Jun 24th, 2015
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Part 1

Quantitative Analysis

Responses should directly address the question and be discerning about when the DB is asking for a more objective (researched) answer vs. personal experience and opinion. I also highly encourage you to incorporate relevant supplemental material (i.e. an article, website, youtube video, etc.)


1) Go to the following Census Bureau site: http://factfinder.census.gov

2) Click on "fact sheet" at the left and select two states for comparative purposes and to construct a bivariate table that compares the two states in terms of either age or racial composition. This site will provide you with the needed frequencies and percents.

3) Post the table in your DB

4)Write a brief summary of your table results.

5) Use at least one source and provide analysis of your data

6) Use proper APA formatting

7) Reply to 2 fellow students


1) go to the data section of the World Bank's website:  http://data.worldbank.org/data-catalog

2) Select two countries (one "developed," one "developing) and construct a bivariate table comparing them on some indicator of quality of life (I.E. life expectancy, poverty).

3) Post the table in your DB

4)Write a brief summary of your table results.

5) Use at least one source and analyze your data

6) Use proper APA formatting

Part 2  

Quantitative Analysis

The "table" is just looking at a bivariate relationship (two variables), so you can just provide the information in column and row format without the defining lines of an official table.
Variable % in Labor Force
Arizona 62.9%
New Mexico 62.6%

Or, if you want to give a try at some fancy html, you can use html tags in the DB posts and create formatting. The instructions for creating a table are below.

< textarea><br><table border="1"> <br> <tr> <br> <th>Variable</th> <br> <th>% in labor force</th> <br> </tr> <br> <tr> <br> <td>Arizona</td> <br> <td>62.9%</td> <br> </tr> <br><tr> <br> <td>New Mexico</td> <br> <td>62.6%</td> <br> </tr> <br></table> <br></textarea>

The tag defines an HTML table. A simple HTML table consists of the table element and one or more tr, th, and td elements. The tr element defines a table row, the th element defines a table header, and the td element defines a table cell. e.g.


% in labor force



New Mexico


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