Treating Psychotic Illness. L. Petersen et al. evaluated the effects of integrated treatment for patients with a first episode of psychotic illness in the paper “A Randomised Multicentre Trial of Integrated Versus Standard Treatment for Patients with a First Episode of Psychotic Illness” (British Medical Journal, Vol. 331, (7517):602). Part of the study included a questionnaire that was designed to measure client satisfaction for both the integrated treatment and a standard treatment. The data on the WeissStats site are based on the results of the client questionnaire. a. use the technology of your choice to obtain boxplots for the data sets, using the same scale. b. compare the data sets by using your results from part (a), paying special attention to center and variation.

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Treating Psychotic Illness. L. Petersen et al. evaluated the effects of integrated treatment for patients with a first episode of psychotic illness in the paper “A Randomised Multicentre Trial of Integrated Versus Standard Treatment for Patients with a First Episode of Psychotic Illness” (British Medical Journal, Vol. 331, (7517):602). Part of the study included a questionnaire that was designed to measure client satisfaction for both the integrated treatment and a standard treatment. The data on the WeissStats site are based on the results of the client questionnaire.

a. use the technology of your choice to obtain boxplots for the data sets, using the same scale.

b. compare the data sets by using your results from part (a), paying special attention to center and variation.

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