PUBLIC health- BIOSTATISTICS (Statistics interpretation report). PUBLIC health- BIOSTATISTICS (Statistics interpretation report).

Each article has questions to answer (300 words per Article)

There are 4 articles to analyse so 4×300 words.

Please analyse read the articles and analyse carefully. This is 50%of my total grade. I have attached 4 journal articles.

In separate file are the questions to be answered per article. Make sure you answer questions according to their respective journal article data. thanks![supanova_question]

## This project involves coordinating with three other students in the class to develop a presentation on an issue in statistics

This project involves coordinating with three other students in the class to develop a presentation on an issue in statistics brought to light on Andrew Gelman’s blog, Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science (https://statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu).Topic and reading

The problem with p-hacking is not the “hacking,” it’s the “p” (or, Fisher is just fine on this one) https://statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu/2021/09/30/the-problem-with-p-hacking-is-not-the-hacking-its-the-p/

“Not statistically significant” is not the same as zero https://statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu/2021/09/28/not-statistically-significant-is-not-the-same-as-zero/The part I will talk about is

—- What “statistical significance” and the p-value mean?

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## Statistics Question

PUBLIC health- BIOSTATISTICS (Statistics interpretation report) Statistics Assignment Help Today we will be using SPSS Statistical Software to analyze the differences between means in our data…again!

and 12.3**Download or open the class data file from Canvas and open it with SPSS.1. First we want to test whether someone’s favorite sport is related to how good they are at studying [“StudyQuality”]. To do this, we’ll use a one way ANOVA. Why is one-way ANOVA the correct test to use for this question? __________________________________________________________________________________________________To compute the one way ANOVA, choose “analyze”, “compare means”, “one way ANOVA”. Place the independent variable in the box labeled “factor”. Which variable is this? _________________________ Place the dependent variable on the dependent list. Which variable is this? _________________________________Click on ‘options’ and check off ‘descriptives’. Click continue, and ok. Which group is best at studying (highest score)? ___________ Which group is worst at studying (lowest score)? ____________Notice that the output looks just like our summary table! Based on the output, what is the value of the: Test Statistic __________ Degrees of Freedom Between ______ Degrees of Freedom Within______ p value _______Based on the p value, should we reject the null hypothesis? ______________________In order to determine which means are different from which, we need to compute post hoc tests. Go back into your ANOVA window (analyze, compare means…), click on Post Hoc, and check off Tukey. Click continue, and ok. Which group(s) are significantly different from which other group(s)? ________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Write a conclusion for this test, using all the information, and in real variable terms, the way we have been practicing: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________2. Next we want to test whether there is a relation between group a person was in in high school and how many pairs of shoes they own.Compute a one way ANOVA with High School Group as the independent variable and Shoes as the dependent variable.Which group has the highest mean? __________ Which group has the lowest? __________Is the test statistically significant?__________________________________________________________________ Write a conclusion for this test, using all the information, and in real variable terms, the way we have been practicing: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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## Data Transformation

Complete all of the questions in bold on the PDFs on a separate document. Answer them in detail with at least 3 complete sentences for each when possible. Also, complete the full excel sheet and all of its parts according to the instructions on the attached PDFs. Some data need to be graphed where mentioned in the instructions (instructions below for requirements)

Graphs (need to be set up in Excel)Independent = X (18 pt. , black)

Dependent = Y (18 pt. , black)

Legend (16 pt. , black)

Numerical values for X and Y (14 pt., black)

Bar graph should be in black with black border and white with black border (do under Format Data Series)Gap width = 50%

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PUBLIC health- BIOSTATISTICS (Statistics interpretation report)

PUBLIC health- BIOSTATISTICS (Statistics interpretation report)