Statistics

Statistical Analyses for Organizational Decision-Making in Healthcare

 Statistical Analyses for Organizational Decision-Making in Healthcare   Grading rubrics for this Assignment are located under Course Resources. Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment: Describe the health initiative addressed. Identify credible data sources. Choose appropriate statistical measures. Present an action plan based on decisions from data analysis. Analyze a given data set for the purpose … Read more

Statistical Analysis

Statistical Analysis Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment: Distinguish between independent and dependent samples. Identify the criteria for constructing a t test. Explain the purpose of a one-way analysis of variance. Distinguish ANOVA from t test. Compare and contrast correlation and regression. Explain the purpose of regression analysis. Course outcome: HS312-2: Selects the appropriate statistical test for a given scenario. … Read more

why do you think hypothesis testing is important in statistics?

why do you think hypothesis testing is important in statistics? For this week’s discussion, why do you think hypothesis testing is important in statistics? In your response, please connect your comments to the concept of null and alternative hypotheses and describe what these mean. Please post a response of at least 150 words to the … Read more

Discuss the Impact of Data Analytics in Predictive Policing

Discuss the Impact of Data Analytics in Predictive Policing The Field of Analytics in Predictive Policing Read the following two articles: 1. Predictive Policing: Review of Benefits and Drawbacks (Links to an external site.) 2. The Role of Data Analytics in Predictive Policing (Links to an external site.) And at least 1 additional related scholarly article, then write a … Read more

Discussion Board and Response to Peers

Discussion Board and Response to Peers After reviewing the assigned reading from Unit 7, identify the type of descriptive epidemiological study that is interesting to you and explain why. In your post, link to an example that you find from an article and describe how it applies to descriptive epidemiology. Kelly Blevins posted Sep 18, … Read more

Discussion Board and Reply to Peers-Statistics.

Discussion Board and Reply to Peers-Statistics. In previous units we have looked at the frequency distribution and measures of central tendency (mean, median and mode). If we rely only on these tools to describe data, what important component are we missing? What is an example of this missing component? How can you apply to health … Read more

Assignment: Examining Mean, Median and Mode

Assignment: Examining Mean, Median and Mode Unit outcomes: Differentiate between mean, median, and mode. Interpret distribution shapes, especially with respect to skewness and outliers. Explain the concept of bell curve. Course outcome practiced in this Assignment: HS311-3: Examine summary statistics of health data in terms of central tendency. Calculate the median, mean and mode of the … Read more

Assignment: Creating a Frequency Distribution from Collected Data

 Assignment: Creating a Frequency Distribution from Collected Data Unit outcomes: Identify and apply common types of variables and measurement scales. Create and examine a frequency distribution. Course outcome: HS311-2: Research the types of data and organization of data within the health industry. In your own words, briefly describe the purpose and utility of a frequency distribution. … Read more

Discuss various research methodologies.

Discuss various research methodologies. Display of data: tables & graphs Quantitative data can be displayed in various ways such as in tables or in graphs. The display of your data must always be clear and informative. Such tables and graphs often tend to summarize your results in a viewer-friendly way. However, one must first know … Read more