## CHECK THESE SAMPLES OF Assessed assignment 2 - Data Analysis Exercise

...Introduction **2**. Qualifications **2** Qualification Comparison: All Levels **2** 1. table All Levels Qualifications Comparison **2** **2**. table **2** Qualifications Comparison Percentage : All Levels 2.1.3. figure 1 Comparison of Qualifications in Percentage: All Levels 3. Economic Deprivation 3.1. Economic Deprivation in Percentage 3.1.1. table 3 Economic Deprivation Claimants in Percentage 3.1.2. figure **2** Economic Deprivation Claimants in Percentage 4. Finding Patterns 4.1. Deprived total compared No-qualification Level 4.1.1. figure 3 Deprived total compared No-qualification Level 4.2. Economic Deprivation: All Claimant compared higher...

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...?MPH 213: PATHOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS I 12) **DATA** INTERPRETATION **EXERCISE**. Clinical Investigation of the Diabetic Table Tabulated concentration (in mmol/l) for the four patients before and up to **2** hours post glucose loading. These concentrations were calculated/ interpolated from the standard glucose curve Time in Min Before 0 Time after glucose intake 30 60 90 120 AP 6.84 9.34 10.05 10.26 10.4 JC 6.45 6.55 9.21 6.29 7.5 JL 9.21 12.76 13.68 14.34 15.26 DM 3.82 5.39 6.58 6.32 6.05 Fig 1: Fig **2**: Table **2**: Adopted from WHO, (1999): Diabetes criteria for interpreting Oral Glucose Tolerance Test. Glucose levels Normal Impaired fasting glycaemia (IFG) Impaired...

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...or ANCOVA, Stata, and PROC MI in SAS.
In conclusion, this **assignment** indirectly taught the author how to critically analyze a research article in order to extract evidence that can be suitable in practice. This **exercise** is also useful to learn the theoretical basis of research so this author can undertake a research.
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Coughlan, M., Cronin, P., and Ryan, F., 2007. Step-by-step guide to critiquing research. Part 1: quantitative research. Br J Nurs; 16(11):...

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...of these interventions, the incidence of obesity, changes in food habits, and incidence of cardiovascular disease can be **assessed** again based on community surveillance studies, and the **data** can be compiled to **assess** the improvement or deterioration. While implementing these interventions, it is important to remember that many interventions are also designed on education of the healthcare professionals. The diet and weight may be **assessed** on direct interview with the family. As expected both weight, food habits, and other parameters of lifestyle-associated cardiovascular risk factors to ultimately culminate into reduction in heart disease and changes in food habits and...

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...that profits at Barclays are being sustained, with headline profit before tax reflecting a 15% increase as compared to the first quarter of 2006. He mentions the growth in Barclay capital but notably neglects to mention Barclay credit, which unwittingly provides evidence that this sector may be facing losses.
The CEO’s **assessment** of powerful global changes taking place in the financial markets is correct. However, he views these changes as positive, while financial experts and pundits who analyze the global financial markets see this as a negative trend, since worries about global credit have resulted in a lowering of the value of banking companies.(www.news.bbc.co.uk). Varley views the areas of future growth being in...

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...STATA **ASSIGNMENT** 5. Present and discuss descriptive statistics (mean, standard deviation, min and max) for age, income and visits The youngest personin the study group involving 3400 people was 20 years while the oldest is 85 years. However, the ages of respondents is centred around 53 years. The respondents earn an average of GBP 563.31 with the lowest earning being GBP 83.62 while the highest earning person gets GBP 2884.59. Similarly, the average number of visits per person is 17.
5. Present and discuss proportions for gender, insurance, pain, and remote.
Gender
Of the 3400 persons interviewed, 53.76% were female while 46.24% were male.
Insurance
66.21% of the respondents do not have private insurance while 33.79%...

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...Essay, Other Multivariate **Data** **Analysis** (Short computational **exercise**) Question Answer From the results of the correlation **analysis**, there is a negative correlation **analysis** between the occupational status and the number of visits to the Gymnasium in the last 4 weeks. The coefficient of linear correlation is -0.077. This is a weak negative correlation based on the hypothesis that there is an association between the two variables.
Fig 1: Results of Linear Correlation **Analysis**
Question **2**: Answer
The hypothesis is that there is an association between the age and the level of satisfaction. From the linear correlation...

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...Multivariate **Data** **Analysis** Term Paper 1046 words of Is there any evidence of an association between occupational status and the number of visits to the Gymnasium during the past four weeks? Carry out an appropriate hypothesis test.
Hypothesis;
From table 1 below, p-value=0.000<0.05 (significance level), we thus reject the null hypothesis and conclude that there is indeed an association between occupational status and the number of visits to the Gymnasium during the past four weeks
Table 1: Chi-Square Tests
Value
df
Asymp. Sig. (**2**-sided)
Pearson Chi-Square
44.152a
16
.000
Likelihood Ratio
43.561
16
.000
Linear-by-Linear Association
1.879
1
.170
N of Valid Cases
202
a. 12 cells (48.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected... count is .52.
**2**. Is there any evidence that the average customer satisfaction score is age-dependent? Carry out an appropriate hypothesis test.
Hypothesis;
From table 1 below, p-value=0.338>0.05 (significance level), we thus fail to reject the null hypothesis and conclude that there is no evidence that the average customer satisfaction score is age-dependent.
Table **2**: Chi-Square Tests
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Asymp. Sig....

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...resistant devices. The World Knowledge, pp. 125-136.
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Identity Theft and Networking Security **Assignment**
Introduction
In a recent...

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...and Terminology - Doing Qualitative Research Using Your Computer. Retrieved 17 June 2014, from http://qrtips.com/coding.htm, Web.pdx.edu,. (2014). How to analyze quantitative **data**. Retrieved 17 June 2014, from http://web.pdx.edu/~cgrd/qantnlys.htm, Research Rundowns,. (2009). Qualitative Coding & **Analysis**. Retrieved 17 June 2014, from http://researchrundowns.wordpress.com/qual/qualitative-coding-**analysis**/ Slideshare.net,. (2014). Johnny Saldaña The Coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers 2009. Retrieved 17 June 2014, from http://www.slideshare.net/mrsnazlan/johnny-daldaa-the-coding-manual-for-qualitative-researchers-2009, (2014). Axial coding. Retrieved 17 June 2014, from...

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