# Create a Statistics Notebook for Pearsons r, Simple Regression, One-Way Analysis of Variance, and Chi-Square (include independence and goodness of fit).

For each test listed below, please give the definition, when to use it, data set, data conditions, statistical procedures, annotated output and a standardized write-up. A detailed example is attached and you must use the data from the excel spreadsheet. Screenshots from excel are needed for the statistical procedures and annotated output parts. A template is given for the standardized write-up. The numbers would need to entered into the narrative. Pearsons rSimple RegressionOne-Way Analysis of VarianceChi-Square (include independence and goodness of fit)Pages 1-4 of the attached document are the directions and a detailed example. You have to use the data from the excel document that is also attached.
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Definition:
When to Use it:
Data Set:
Data Conditions:
Statistical Procedures:
Annotated Output:
Standardized Write-up
Pearsons r
Simple Regression
One-Way Analysis of Variance
Chi-Square (include independence
and goodness of fit)
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Mean
Definition:This is a definition of the term. You need to make sure the definition 1) is accurate
and 2) makes sense to you. I have provided 3 different ways of defining the term. You need to
select the way to define the term which is most meaningful to you (You may want to define it
multiple ways).
The mean is the arithmetic average of all values in a data distribution. Meaning, it is the average
of all of the numbers in the data set.
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When to Use it:This information helps me remember when it is appropriate to use this statistic.
It is a descriptive statistic which is provided when reporting general information about a data set.
Data Set:This is information about the data set that was used. For the purposes of this course,
publically available data will be provided. However, if you desire to use your own data set that
is fine too.
This example uses 2014 Content Mastery by Subgroup Amended _ECOT_CRCT file which
includes all schools across the state of Georgia.
Data Conditions:This will be the variables from your data set above which use used for this
topic. You may have additional notes about the data that are meaningful to you and should be
included.
The variables used for this exercise include all System IDs, System Names, School Names which
gave the CRCT. School ID was filtered to remove ALL because the ALL school ID is the
system ID. Meets and Exceeds was filtered to remove blanks. The Assessment Type used is
CRCT and the Assessment Subject area is English Language Arts (ELA). Additionally, the
Reporting Category was Hispanic.
Statistical Procedures:These are the steps you took. They are instructions in the event you need
to find the mean of another data set. Throughout the course you may choose to use Excel, SPSS,
or R. You may want to run this using two different programs so you have the notes for yourself. I
have provided 3 examples for recoding the directions. You should find the best way to record
your steps in a way which is clear to both me and yourself.
Example:
Excel Directions
1) Copy data into a new Excel Worksheet
2) Formulas Tab
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3) More Functions ? Statistical ? Average
4) Highlight the Cells
5) Average Reported in Cell
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Annotated Output: This is the output which resulted from the previous step. You will want to
copy and paste the table or use a screenshot.
Average ELA score for Hispanic Students taking the CRCT in 2014 for schools which had a
student N count greater than or equal to 15.
Standardized Write-up: This is your write up of the outcome from the analysis.
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Pearsons r
Definition:
When to Use it:
Data Set:
Data Conditions:
Statistical Procedures:
Annotated Output:
Standardized Write-up: A Pearson r was computed to assess the relationship between [Variable
1] and [Variable 2] for [x number of data points (e.g. 187 countries)]. The results of the
correlational analysis show that the correlation [was/ was not] statistically significant
(p<[.05/.01]) and was equal to [value]. The results suggest that there [is/is not] a strong relationship between [Variable 1] and [Variable 2]. Simple Regression Definition: When to Use it: Data Set: Data Conditions: Statistical Procedures: Annotated Output: Standardized Write-up: Option 1: A linear regression analysis was conducted to evaluate the prediction of [dependent variable] for [independent variable ]. The scatterplot for the two variables indicates a [linear relationship] and as [dependent variable] increases [independent variable] increases as well. A significant regression equation was found (F([regression df], [residual df]) = [F Value], p,[Significance 2 value (e.g. .05, .000]), with an R of [R Square value]. Participants predicted [dependent variable] is equal to [ß Constant]+[ß height] [Independent variable measure] [dependent variable measure (e.g. score)] when [independent variable] is measured. Participants [dependent variable] [increased/decreased] [ß height] in relation to [independent variable]. Option 2: A linear regression analysis was conducted to evaluate the prediction of [depended variable] for [independent variable]. The scatterplot for the two variables indicates a linear relationship and as [independent variable] increases [dependent variable] increases as well. The regression equation for predicting the [dependent variable] is: [dependent variable]= [ß height][independent variable] + [ß Constant] The 95% confidence interval for the slope, [lower bound] to [upper bound] [does not/does] contain the value of zero, and therefore [independent variable] is significantly related to [dependent variable]. As hypothesized, higher [independent variable] tend to have a higher [dependent variable]. Accuracy in predicting the [dependent variable] was [weak/moderate/strong]. The correlation between [independent variable] and [dependent variable] was [score]. Approximately [x%] of the variance of the [dependent variable] was accounted for by its linear relationships with [independent variable]. 5 Statistical Notebook: YOUR NAME One-Way Analysis of Variance Definition: When to Use it: Data Set: Data Conditions: Statistical Procedures: Annotated Output: Standardized Write-up: A one-way analysis of variance was conducted to evaluate the relationship between [independent variable] and the [dependent variable]. The independent variable, [independent variable], included [number] levels: [identify the levels]. The dependent variable was [dependent variable] [measure (e.g. score, minutes)]. The ANOVA was [significant/ not significant], F([between group df],[within groups]) = [f-value], p = [significance level (e.g. .05,.001)]. The relationship 2 between the [independent variable] and the [dependent variable] was assessed by ? and indicated that the hold type factor accounted for [X]% of the variance of the dependent variable, [dependent variable]. Chi-Square (include independence and goodness of fit) Definition: When to Use it: Data Set: Data Conditions: Statistical Procedures: Annotated Output: Standardized Write-up: Chi-square test of independence  (Examines if there is a relationship between two variables) A one-sample chi-square test was conducted to assess the relationship between [variable 1] and [variable 2]. The results of the test [were/were not] significant, ?2 ([??], ? = [n value]) = [value], p < [.05, .000]). Chi-square test of goodness of fit  (Uses proportions from sample to examine hypothesis about population proportions) A chi-square test of goodness-of-fit was performed to determine [identify what it is you are trying to determine]. [Outcome] [was/ was not] equally distributed in the population, ?2 ([??], ? = [? ?????]) = [value], p < [.05, .000]) . The proportion of [Variable] were identified as [Variable 1] ([X%]) was [greater/less] than [variable 2] ([Y%]). The results suggest that [interpret your results]. Final interpretation in your words: Example: Taken together, these results suggest that callers hold longer when listening to classical music than when listening to muzak. 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