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1 DDBA 8307 Week 2 Assignment Exemplar John Doe1 DDBA 8307-62 Dr. Jane Doe3 1 Type your name here Type in DDBA section number (e.g. DDBA 8307 – 6) 3 Enter faculty name here. 2 2 Scales of Measurement Type text here. Discuss the implications of “scales of measurement” in quantitative research. Be sure to use a minimum of two citations to support your position(s). Be sure to review the “Scales of Measurement” media from Week 1. This section should be no more than two paragraphs. Research Question What are the means, standard deviations, frequencies, and percentages of the Lesson 21 Exercise File variables? Presentation of Findings I analyzed data from Lesson 21 Exercise File 4. In this section, I present descriptive statistics for the study quantitative and qualitative variables. Appropriate APA tables and figures accompany the analysis5. Descriptive Statistics6 Descriptive statistics were run for the quantitative and qualitative variables in the Week 1 Assignment data set. Table 1 depicts the means and standard deviations for the quantitative data. Figure 1 depicts a histogram for the GPA variable. Table 2 depicts the frequencies and percentages for the qualitative (categorical) data. Figure 2 depicts a pie chart for the ethnic variable. Appendix 1 depicts the SPSS output. 4 Insert the appropriate file name. The tables and figures from your SPSS output will need to be copied and pasted in the appropriate location. 6 Detailed information can be found in Lesson 20, “Univariate Descriptive Statistics for Qualitative Variables,” and Lesson 21, “Univariate Descriptive Statistics for Quantitative Variables,” in the Green and Salkind text. 5 3 Table 17 Means (M) and Standard Deviations (SD) for Study Quantitative Variables (N = 105) Variable8 M SD GPA 2.78 .76 Final 61.48 7.94 Percent 80.34 12.12 Figure 1. Histogram of GPA distribution. 7 This is an example of an APA-formatted descriptive statistics table. Refer to Sections 5.01-5.19, in the APA Manual for detailed information on APA tables. The descriptive statistics table here includes the appropriate information derived from the SPSS output that is to be pasted as an appendix. Do not split tables across pages. Note: The numbers in the SPSS output presented here are fictitious numbers and do not represent correct numbers in the data set you will use for this application. 8 You would simply add rows to the table to accommodate the variables you have used in the analysis (i.e., variable 3, variable 4, etc.). Hint: Use the Microsoft Word Table feature. 4 Table 29 Means (M) and Standard Deviations (SD) for Study Qualitative Variables (N = 105) Variable Frequency Percent Native 5 4.8 Asian 20 19.0 Black 24 22.9 White 45 42.9 Hispanic 11 10.4 105 100.0 1 33 31.4 2 39 37.2 3 33 31.4 105 100.0 A 23 21.9 B 32 30.5 C 35 33.3 D 9 8.6 F 6 5.7 105 100.0 Ethnic Total Section Total Grade Total 9 Recall from Lesson 20, “Univariate Descriptive Statistics for Qualitative Variables” (Green & Salkind, 2017), frequencies and percentages are reported for qualitative (nominal) variables. Note: Frequency and percentages are the only columns to be included. 5 Figure 2. Pie chart of ethnicity by percentages.10 10 The pie chart is an appropriate graph for nominal (categorical) data. 6 References Type in references using appropriate APA format. Remember, use a minimum of two references. 7 Appendix – Pearson Product-Moment SPSS Output11 Frequency Table Ethnic Valid Native Asian Black Frequency 5 20 24 Percent 4.8 19.0 22.9 Valid Percent 4.8 19.0 22.9 Cumulative Percent 4.8 23.8 46.7 45 11 42.9 10.5 42.9 10.5 89.5 100.0 105 100.0 100.0 White Hispanic Total Section Valid 1 2 3 Total Frequency 33 39 33 105 Percent Valid Percent 31.4 31.4 37.1 37.1 31.4 100.0 31.4 100.0 Cumulative Percent 31.4 68.6 100.0 Grade Valid A B C D F Total 11 Frequency 23 32 35 9 6 105 Percent Valid Percent 21.9 21.9 30.5 30.5 33.3 8.6 5.7 100.0 33.3 8.6 5.7 100.0 Cumulative Percent 21.9 52.4 85.7 94.3 100.0 You will copy-and-paste the appropriate SPSS output into the application assignment. See the document titled “Copying and Pasting SPSS Output into Word” located in this week’s Resources 8 Descriptive Statistics gpa final percent Valid N (listwise) N 105 105 105 105 Mean 2.7789 61.48 80.34 Std. Deviation .76380 7.943 12.135
1 Week 2 Assignment Exemplar John Doe1 Dr. Jane Doe2 1 2 Type your name here Enter faculty name here. 2 Scales of Measurement Type text here. Discuss the implications of “scales of measurement” in quantitative research. Be sure to use a minimum of two citations to support your position(s). Be sure to review the “Scales of Measurement” media from Week 1. This section should be no more than two paragraphs. Research Question What are the means, standard deviations, frequencies, and percentages of the Lesson 21 Exercise File variables? Presentation of Findings I analyzed data from Lesson 21 Exercise File 3. In this section, I present descriptive statistics for the study quantitative and qualitative variables. Appropriate APA tables and figures accompany the analysis4. Descriptive Statistics5 Descriptive statistics were run for the quantitative and qualitative variables in the Week 1 Assignment data set. Table 1 depicts the means and standard deviations for the quantitative data. Figure 1 depicts a histogram for the GPA variable. Table 2 depicts the frequencies and percentages for the qualitative (categorical) data. Figure 2 depicts a pie chart for the ethnic variable. Appendix 1 depicts the SPSS output. 3 Insert the appropriate file name. The tables and figures from your SPSS output will need to be copied and pasted in the appropriate location. 5 Detailed information can be found in Lesson 20, “Univariate Descriptive Statistics for Qualitative Variables,” and Lesson 21, “Univariate Descriptive Statistics for Quantitative Variables,” in the Green and Salkind text. 4 3 Table 16 Means (M) and Standard Deviations (SD) for Study Quantitative Variables (N = 105) Variable7 M SD GPA 2.78 .76 Final 61.48 7.94 Percent 80.34 12.12 Figure 1. Histogram of GPA distribution. 6 This is an example of an APA-formatted descriptive statistics table. Refer to Sections 5.01-5.19, in the APA Manual for detailed information on APA tables. The descriptive statistics table here includes the appropriate information derived from the SPSS output that is to be pasted as an appendix. Do not split tables across pages. Note: The numbers in the SPSS output presented here are fictitious numbers and do not represent correct numbers in the data set you will use for this application. 7 You would simply add rows to the table to accommodate the variables you have used in the analysis (i.e., variable 3, variable 4, etc.). Hint: Use the Microsoft Word Table feature. 4 Table 28 Means (M) and Standard Deviations (SD) for Study Qualitative Variables (N = 105) Variable Frequency Percent Native 5 4.8 Asian 20 19.0 Black 24 22.9 White 45 42.9 Hispanic 11 10.4 105 100.0 1 33 31.4 2 39 37.2 3 33 31.4 105 100.0 A 23 21.9 B 32 30.5 C 35 33.3 D 9 8.6 F 6 5.7 105 100.0 Ethnic Total Section Total Grade Total 8 Recall from Lesson 20, “Univariate Descriptive Statistics for Qualitative Variables” (Green & Salkind, 2017), frequencies and percentages are reported for qualitative (nominal) variables. Note: Frequency and percentages are the only columns to be included. 5 Figure 2. Pie chart of ethnicity by percentages.9 9 The pie chart is an appropriate graph for nominal (categorical) data. 6 References Type in references using appropriate APA format. Remember, use a minimum of two references. 7 Appendix – Pearson Product-Moment SPSS Output10 Frequency Table Ethnic Valid Native Asian Black Frequency 5 20 24 Percent 4.8 19.0 22.9 Valid Percent 4.8 19.0 22.9 Cumulative Percent 4.8 23.8 46.7 45 11 42.9 10.5 42.9 10.5 89.5 100.0 105 100.0 100.0 White Hispanic Total Section Valid 1 2 3 Total Frequency 33 39 33 105 Percent Valid Percent 31.4 31.4 37.1 37.1 31.4 100.0 31.4 100.0 Cumulative Percent 31.4 68.6 100.0 Grade Valid A B C D F Total 10 Frequency 23 32 35 9 6 105 Percent Valid Percent 21.9 21.9 30.5 30.5 33.3 8.6 5.7 100.0 33.3 8.6 5.7 100.0 Cumulative Percent 21.9 52.4 85.7 94.3 100.0 You will copy-and-paste the appropriate SPSS output into the application assignment. See the document titled “Copying and Pasting SPSS Output into Word” located in this week’s Resources 8 Descriptive Statistics gpa final percent Valid N (listwise) N 105 105 105 105 Mean 2.7789 61.48 80.34 Std. Deviation .76380 7.943 12.135
1 Week 2 Assignment Template John Doe Dr. Jane Doe 2 Scales of Measurement Type text here. Discuss the implications of “scales of measurement” in quantitative research. Be sure to use a minimum of two citations to support your position(s). Be sure to review the “Scales of Measurement” media from Week 1. This section should be no more than two paragraphs. Research Question Type the research question here. See the Week 2 Assignment Exemplar document provided in the Week 2 Resources, and follow the format to the letter! Presentation of Findings Type text here. See the Week 2 Assignment Exemplar document provided in the week’s Resources and follow the format to the letter! Descriptive Statistics Type the introductory paragraph here. Then present appropriate statistics (see Week 2 Assignment Exemplar document provided in the week’s Resources and follow the format to the letter)! 3 References Type in references using appropriate APA format. Remember, use a minimum of two references. 4 Appendix – SPSS Output
Copy and Pasting SPSS Output to Word1 You will be required to include the appropriate SPSS output in several weekly Assignments. Follow these steps to copy and paste the required SPSS output into a Word document. 1. Right-click on the required SPSS output. The selection will be highlighted by the red arrow pointing to the selected SPSS output. 2. Select Copy. 3. Open the Word document and place your cursor in the Appendix for the appropriate Assignment. 4. Right-click and select Paste. The selected SPSS output will be pasted into the appendix of the Assignment. 1 Copying and pasting are basic computer functions. Please refer to your software manual, help features, etc., if you have any questions. © 2017 Laureate Education, Inc. Page 1 of 2 5. Continue this process for all required SPSS output. © 2017 Laureate Education, Inc. Page 2 of 2

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Scales of Measurement
According to the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching, measurement involves
the allocation of numerical values to variables or specifically objects, perceptions, or people
attributes as is the requirement for quantitative research (CIRT, n.d). After having been assigned
the values, the variables can be measured on the nominal scale, ordinal, interval or ratio scale
(CIRT, n.d). The nominal scale is the lowest measurement level and it groups the attributes into
categories based on a common characteristic (CIRT, n.d). The categories are distinct of rather
mutually exclusive. The next measurement level is the ordinal level that makes use of symbols in
the classi...

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