Present all relevant data in a data table below. Include an observations section for any observations you made during the lab. Make sure you note the data needs to be converted before graphing.
Refer as needed to the material in Chapters 12 and 13 of the textbook. Keep the following tips in mind as you research data, as well as organize, analyze, interpret, and illustrate these data:
7. Graph the data from Table 1: Water Quality vs. Fish Population (found at the beginning of this exercise). You may use Excel, then “Insert” the graph, or use another drawing program. You may also draw it neatly by hand and scan your drawing. If you choose this option, you must insert the scanned jpg image here.
7. Experiment: On the GRAPH tab, click Clear data. This time, try to vary your response times randomly as you take the test. Click Start and take the test.
quickly generate the reports and graphs of long statistical data by using different analysis variable. This helps the user to get the desired outcome in short span of time with less use of computing skills and knowledge which means the user doesn’t have to be a computer genius to get the reports that are necessary for the decision-making.
Project two in ECON-E 281 - APPLIED STAT FOR BUS & ECON II consisted of the students evaluating three independent variables such as Pickup Time, Delivery Time, and Mileage. The dependent variable was Cost. Only one independent variable could be selected when applying “ONLY” the p-value approach. The first step, I selected the Data then the Data Analysis tool. Next select Regression. The Input Y Range I selected the Cost data. The Input X range I selected the first independent variable Pickup time. Then check marked the boxes Labels, Confidence Level 95%, New Worksheet Ply, Residuals, and Residuals Plots. After checking the boxes I pressed OK. This gave me my first regression model. I used this process for the next two independent variables
At the bottom of SPSS, there are options to look at the data in Data View or in Variable View. I clicked on Variable View to name my variables. A list of columns appeared, but I only made changes to rows in the Name column. In row 1 under Name, I typed SubjectNo (no spaces or symbols are allowed when naming variables in SPSS) for Subject Number. I clicked back to Data View. The first column was now named SubjectNo, so I typed the list of subject numbers from 1 to 96 (1 number per row) for the number of "participants" in this study. I go back to Variable View and named row 2 as GroupNo. Under the GroupNo column, within Data View, I typed 1’s in rows 1 thru 48 and typed 2’s in rows 49-96. Group 1 was high need for cognition and group 2 was low need for cognition. I labeled the next 45 rows under GroupNO, in the Variable View, as the different item numbers: Item#1 thru Item#45. In all there was a total of 47 rows in the Variable View and 47 columns in the Data View. I clicked back into random.org and highlighted all 4,320 integers not missing any and right clicked for a menu to pop up. In this menu I clicked COPY, then I went back to the SPSS datasheet in the Data View. Under the column labeled Item#1, I clicked on the cell in row 1 and right clicked for the Paste option. All 4,320 integers were placed correctly in the columns, Item#1-Item#45 in 96
Trader Joe’s is an organic grocery food store that is one of the best known organic food chains. By listening to the consumer and adjusting to the changing consumer market, Trader Joe’s had built a brand equity that is continuously growing. Trader Joe’s faces stiff competition from other large organic food chains therefore must stand out and adapt to the consumers’ needs. Marketing strategies are important to communicate to the consumer more effectively and help target the consumer to their product. Trader Joe’s segments its products by psychographic, behavioral and demographic characteristics
Q7: Create a bar graph or pie chart of the data you have collected. For example, you could create a bar graph that shows the employee turnover rate in organizations that do offer flexible work arrangement compared to organizations that do not. Alternately, you could create a pie chart that shows which types of flexible work arrangement workers want the most.
The third study also indicates the existence of possible external variables given the location in which it was conducted. According to the text, “the researchers stood outside a small organic specialty shop and interviewed 100 customers as they exited the shop” (pg. 63). Based on the choice of location, it can be argued that the results of this study mainly coincide with the preferences of consumers with a high interest in organic products.
These factors represent the culture of the society in which the organization operates with in. Change in social values towards healthy livings has adjusted purchasing behaviour and now people are more focusing towards organic produce. For this reason organic domestic retail sales have increased by more than 50% in the last two years from 623 million to 947 million (Keith, 2012). Availability and distribution of this healthy food have increase rapidly. Woolworths, Coles and Aldi all over Australia stock a range of private label goods.
Other grocers have decided to taken an alternative route to the low pricing strategy. They have decided to introduce customer loyalty programs to attract and retain customers such as advantage cards. They also use these programs to gain valuable information about their consumers. They then use this information in their marketing and operating strategies.
In terms of independent variables, by referring to the Appendix, figure 1 reveals the summary of the sample; it also