Jarman 8

Please complete the attached work. Once finished, please return the finished documents including the updated SPSS output file.

Research and Statistics for Managerial Decison Making

Discussion Question:
a. Why researchers are interested in describing measures of the center and measures of variation of a data set? Discuss
b. The average of data set is influenced by extreme values while the median is not. In other words, the median is not resistant to outliers but the average is. True or False. Discuss and offer examples.
See grading rubrics?
Grading Rubrics
A perfect score, in discussion forum, requires that you satisfy the following criteria:
Identify and evaluate the problem
Provide and give examples where necessary
Use graphs illustrating the problem and solutions (recommended where necessary)
Try to connect this week material with previous weeks
Reply to two of your peer by the DUE date by making some comments to show your recommendations and suggestions now that you have some knowledge of the subject matter.
Your initial post must be submitted on or before the DUE date.

Summary note

Hi, I will provide you with a paper. For this assignment, please answer 4 questions: (1) what is the research question of this paper? (2) What is the dataset for this project? (3) what is the main research method? (4) what are the main findings? (5) what is the main contribution of this paper?

Problem solving

Are there any obvious important pieces of information? Are there any finer details that may mean more than meets the eye? Do you see anything abnormal or out of place? What conclusions can be drawn from the data sets? What changes can you suggest?

Advanced Statistics and Data Analysis (Using SPSS and/or SPSS modeler)

The report should follow the CRISP-DM framework with considerations of the following when developing the report:
i. Craft an introduction providing an overview of your data analysis, modelling results and findings, and business recommendations. Think of your introduction as an extended executive summary to be read by the senior management.
ii. Analyse the data using statistics, data visualisations or machine learning tools to gain insights into customers’ booking behaviours and characteristics at The Capri.
iii. Formulate and discuss the modelling approaches to be adopted for your report.
iv. Select and implement the appropriate modelling approaches. Evaluate the modelling results and appraise the modelling performance.
v. Create the appropriate data analytical outputs from your data analysis and present your business insights. Craft a proposal to senior management on how you plan to address the issue of cancellations at The Capri.
You are expected to utilise the appropriate statistical and machine learning techniques for your exploratory analysis and data modelling works and employ the appropriate performance evaluation metrics. Please provide sound justifications for your choice of exploratory, modelling and performance evaluation approaches.
Your report will be assessed on the quality of its introduction, exploratory data analysis and insights, choice of modelling approaches, modelling implementation and insights, and your business proposal. As the report is meant to be read by the senior management, ensure that it is clear, logical, and accessible to a non-technical person.
You may use bibliographical references as support for your arguments or relevant background work. Please ensure that the presentation of your results, citations and bibliographical references conform to the APA guidelines.
You must provide evidence of data work. You may include such supporting evidence in the appendix.
SPSS output and database should also be submitted.

Guided Reading

Read the two reports
Complete the attached form for each report
Provide attached guided notes for presenter
For each form, provide a citation page using APA format

Framingham heart study

THIS ASSIGNMENT DOES NOT NEED TO BE 2 PAGES. COMPLETE THE 10 GRAPHS USING SAS!!
Review all material.
Week 1 and 2 of final project is also attached.
Assignment instructions are in the attachments
https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1evvtzRKlPwQvX9QOvtV3t7sqg4XCfyvD
Week 3
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LN19fYAB-Dbv12dBgc3EmzM4fmn7TsCaA5Qxkx0quOw/edit?usp=sharing
Example:
https://brightspace.une.edu/content/enforced/43018-20521-202302-GPH-716-A1/module%203%20example%20sas.pdf?_&d2lSessionVal=g1inj4K7hEDaIT4azPJ3A9fW3&ou=43018




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Problem solving

1. What assumption must we test to include a variable as a blocking factor?
2. Recognize the IV, DV, block and create a table for the following research statement.
“A company is planning to investigate the motor skills or elderly population. The company separates the target population into three age categories: 60 – 69, 70 – 79, and above 80 then randomly assign the participants in the study to one of the three task conditions. After individuals have completed the task, their performance will be compared.”
3. Use the data “Lab 3” with the research question to perform a fine report.
*age “1”:60-69, “2”: 70-79 and “3”: above 80.

THE ANSWER KEY WAS PROVIDED IN THE WEEK 3 FILES – PLEASE PROVIDE AN INSIGHT (1-2 paragraphs) ON ANOVA BLOCKING or THIS EXAMPLE OR CLASS LEARNINGS TO DATE.
For example, explain the next steps to be taken in the Lab 3 example – expand to include the 50-59 groups or new motor skill tes.

Writer’s Choice

On the document ‘Fese.docx’, please add for Research Question 3
a T_TEST and for Research Question 5 a SPEARMAN CORRELATION. Note, Independent Variable: Research question 5 relate to survey questions 30 and 31
NOTE
The following research questions and hypotheses will be explored during this study:
RQ1: What are African-born immigrants’ current knowledge on policies related to health insurance coverage, immigration status (visa type), and a usual source of care during the COVID-19 pandemic?
RQ2: Does the immigration status (visa type) of African-born immigrants significantly affect their access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic?
H02: Immigration status does have an effect on African-born immigrants’ access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Ha2: Immigration status does have an effect on the access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) for African-born immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic?
RQ3: Does access to transnational resources (i.e., social support from friends/family/community in host country, financial support friends/family/community in native country, and physician support in native country) significantly affect access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) by African-born immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic?
H03: There is no significant statistical effect of transnational resources (i.e., social support from friends/family/community, financial support friends/family/community in native country, and physician support in native country) on access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) with reference to African-born immigrants during COVID-19.
Ha3: Access to transnational resources ( (i.e., social support from friends/family/community in host country, financial support friends/family/community in native country, and physician support in native country) does have an effect on the access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) by African-born immigrants during COVID-19.
RQ4: Does an African-born immigrant’s country of origin ( i.e., East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, North Africa, and South Africa) significantly affect their knowledge of and satisfaction with the U.S. health care system during COVID-19?
H04: African-born immigrant’s country of origin ( i.e., East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, North Africa, and South Africa) does not significantly affect their knowledge of and satisfaction with the U.S. healthcare system during COVID-19.
Ha4: African-born immigrant’s country of origin ( i.e., East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, North Africa, and South Africa) does significantly affect their knowledge of and satisfaction with the U.S. health care system during COVID-19.
RQ5: Is there a statistically significant relationship between African-born immigrant’s cultural health beliefs ( i.e., the use of traditional medicine/healing practices and religious/ spirituality practices) and the number of visits annually to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic?
H05: There is no statistically significant relationship between African-born immigrants’ cultural health beliefs ( i.e., use of traditional medicine/healing practices, religious and spirituality practices) and the number of visits annually to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Ha5: There is a statistically significant relationship between African-born immigrants’ cultural health beliefs ( i.e., use of traditional medicine/healing practices, religious and spirituality practices) and the number of visits annually to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Discussion

To Prepare
Review the Learning Resources, including “Create a Table” instructions on how to create a table in Word.
Download and review the Howell Excel Data Set found in this week’s Learning Resources.
Download and review the Howell Data Set Sheet.
Using MS Word, complete the following:
Create a grouped frequency distribution table using the ADD-like behavior score (ADDSC).
The table should have two columns: the interval column and the frequency column. There should not be more than 10 intervals used. Place the table into the discussion board.
From the grouped frequency table, explain why you chose the intervals you did to divide the data.
Analyze how many frequencies you had for each of the intervals in your data.
Explain what your frequency table could tell us about the data collected for this variable.