# Descriptive Statistics and Interpretation

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Create a Microsoft®Excel® spreadsheet with the two variables from your learning team's dataset.

Analyze the data with MegaStat®, StatCrunch®, Microsoft® Excel®or other statistical tool(s), including:

(a) Descriptive stats for each numeric variable

(b) Histogram for each numeric variable

(c) Bar chart for each attribute (non numeric) variable

(d) Scatter plot if the data contains two numeric variables

Determine the appropriate descriptive statistics.

(a) For normally distributed data use the mean and standard deviation.

(b) For significantly skewed data use the median and interquartile range.

Usethe Individual Methodology Findings Templateto complete the descriptive statistics.

Use
the Descriptive Statistics and Interpretation Exampleto develop an interpretation of the descriptive statistics.

Formatyour paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Submit both the spreadsheet and the completed Individual Methodology Findings Template.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

Donna's sampling_design (3).docx

Running head: DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 1 Descriptive Statistics Name QNT/561 Date Instructor’s Name DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 2 Descriptive Statistics Determine the appropriate descriptive statistics. Note: If the data was normally distributed, use the mean and standard deviation. If the data was skewed significantly, use the median and interquartile range. Numeric Variable Name1 Distribution: State if not normally distributed Central Tendency: Dispersion: Number: Min/Max: Confidence Interval: (if distribution is normal) Numeric Variable Name2 (if applicable) Distribution: State if not normally distributed Central Tendency: Dispersion: Number: Min/Max: Confidence Interval: (if distribution is normal) Attribute Variable Name (if applicable) Create a bar chart. Describe the proportions. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Descriptive Statistics Interpretation Numeric Variable Name1 Describe the variable in laymen terms. Numeric Variable Name2 (if applicable) Describe the variable in laymen terms. 3 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 4 Appendix A Raw data used in the analysis Fit data to one page. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 5 Appendix B Charts and Tables This part of the paper will include items that are then cited in the body of the paper. Usually, large items are placed here not to distract from reading the paper. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 6 Appendix C Descriptive Statistics This part of the paper will include descriptive statistics.
Running head: DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 1 Descriptive Statistics Name QNT/561 Date Instructor’s Name DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 2 Descriptive Statistics Determine the appropriate descriptive statistics. Note: If the data was normally distributed, use the mean and standard deviation. If the data was skewed significantly, use the median and interquartile range. Numeric Variable Name1 Distribution: State if not normally distributed Central Tendency: Dispersion: Number: Min/Max: Confidence Interval: (if distribution is normal) Numeric Variable Name2 (if applicable) Distribution: State if not normally distributed Central Tendency: Dispersion: Number: Min/Max: Confidence Interval: (if distribution is normal) Attribute Variable Name (if applicable) Create a bar chart. Describe the proportions. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Descriptive Statistics Interpretation Numeric Variable Name1 Describe the variable in laymen terms. Numeric Variable Name2 (if applicable) Describe the variable in laymen terms. 3 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 4 Appendix A Raw data used in the analysis Fit data to one page. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 5 Appendix B Charts and Tables This part of the paper will include items that are then cited in the body of the paper. Usually, large items are placed here not to distract from reading the paper. DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS 6 Appendix C Descriptive Statistics This part of the paper will include descriptive statistics.

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