Descriptive Statistics

    1. Descriptive Statistics: In six sentences or more, explain how you would use the descriptive statistical procedure(s) at work or in your personal life. 2. Misuse of Statistics: As we will see in the next 12 weeks, statistics when used correctly can be...

Probability and nonprobability

          Probability and nonprobability are the two general categories of sampling. Probability sampling uses random selection, whereas nonprobability sampling does not. For example, if you wanted to study the effects of divorce on the...

Controlled experiment and a quasi-experiment.

      Address the following listed items: Create a table that portrays the similarities and differences between a controlled experiment and a quasi-experiment. Describe how you would conduct a nested case-control study of low socioeconomic status as a...

Vital statistics documents

      Government agencies collect vital statistics data routinely and use such data very frequently, as do many other entities. You may have used such statistical data yourself without thought for what it represented if you needed your birth certificate...

Description of two statistical concepts

      Post a a brief description of two statistical concepts that you think are most important to psychological research and explain why you think they are important. Then, briefly describe two different statistical concepts that you find most...

Statistics

  Two or more samples are often compared when we suspect that there are differences between the groups—for example, are cancer rates higher in one town than another, or are test scores higher in one class than another? In your chosen field (Social Science), when...