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Descriptive Statistics


  • Post Date 2018-11-07T10:17:04+00:00
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Descriptive Statistics

Descriptive Statistics

Consider this scenario: You are on the Board of Directors of the American Lung Association. Two different research labs are working on treatments. Your responsibility is to review and evaluate both of the results from the research studies and make recommendations for future funding. You can only fund one of the two. Patients and their families are anxiously waiting for the Board of Directors to make a decision which of the two can be funded. Part I. Your first task it to do the following calculations for both of the results that have been submitted to you. 1.Mean 2.Median 3.Mode 4.Range 5.Standard Deviation (are there outliners you should consider?) Number of weeks that patients felt better: Group I results = 3, 5, 6, 6, 8, 9, 9, 9, 10, 11, 45 Group II results = 3, 4, 7, 9, 9, 9, 15, 15, 16, 17, 17 Part II. After you have done this comparison, write a letter to the rest of the members of the board stating which group you are recommending to receive additional funding to support their research. This should be done in Memo Format and you need to discuss your findings and compare them. You can include a table to show the comparison if you want to. Do not be concerned with the small number used in each group in the study. You need to present and compare the finding and explain WHY you have chosen the one you have. There is not really a right or wrong answer. I know which one I would recommend and why - but that does not mean you would interpret the findings as I did. Your statistics should be the same - math is math, but your decision might be different than mine or your peers`. So, explain why based upon the statistics you have calculated. There are many good on-line Central Tendency calculators and some of you may be a wiz with a spreadsheet.
Lung Treatment Research Name: Institution: Group one Mean= 11 Median = 9 Mode =9 Range = 45-3 =42 Standard deviation = 11.52389 Group two Mean =11 Median=9 Mode=9 Range= 17-3 =14 Standard deviation=5.19615 MEMO To: Members of the Board From: Director of Operations Date: September 19, 2013 Subject: Lung Treatment Research Funding Reviews and Recommendation As a part of the lung treatment program that has been running at the two of the company`s labs some results have been obtained, with regard to the number of the patients that felt better under the different treatments. The figures were forwarded from the labs which are same one that have been indicated on the table of comparison that I have attached on the memo. They indicate the number of the patients that felt better after receiving the treatment amongst that many other that had volunteered to take part in the exercise. From the standard deviation of the two labs, I would recommend that the funds be forwarded to the second Lab as it has the data that indicates more consistency. Considering that this is a treatment it is important that the results are consistent throughout if they are going to be used on the larger population, to...

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