Dataset that can be examined in RStudio

  1. Locate a dataset that can be examined in RStudio. This dataset can be one of the built-in practice data sets available in R, a data set of your own making, or one downloaded from another source. If you choose to use one of R’s built-in data sets, please do not use any that were used in the book chapters or in Seminar, in order to ensure that you have an opportunity to do more practice than to simply re-create analysis that you have already seen. Note that your chosen dataset does not need to be particularly large or complex, but it should include several columns and at least a dozen rows, preferably more. Be sure that the data are primarily numerical in nature since you will create some summary statistics later in this Assignment. Do not use a dataset without permission, especially if the data belongs to your employer.
  2. Import your dataset into a data frame in RStudio.
  3. Create a summary of your dataset in RStudio.
  4. Open a new Microsoft® Word® document. Save it as Unit1.docx, inserting your name as appropriate. Create a title page on your document. On the second page, place a screenshot of your dataset summary. Beneath your screenshot, write a brief description, using correct grammar and complete sentences, explaining why such a view of your data might be useful or interesting to a data analyst.
  5. Install the “psych” package in R (install.packages(“psych”). Once it is installed, load the library.
  6. Create descriptive statistics for your data set. The function in the psych library to generate descriptive

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