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    Statistics is the art and science of collecting, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data. Please study any sample dataset from a larger population. You are expected to organize, analyze and interpret the data, and make reasonable inferences and comparisons about the population based on the sample you are studying. Attached is a dataset consisting of a random sample of incoming Cymbalta Community College Freshmen from Fall 2009. The data is current as of the end of Spring 2010.

    Analyze the data and write a brief report summarizing your findings. If you can provide a brief analysis I will write the report

    1) Provide an overall explanation of the data you are analyzing; e.g., where did the data come from (Ans - Cymbalta community college), what does each row in the dataset represent (Gender,city,age etc.), what does each variable mean ( I need help with this)?

    2) Describe the information each variable provides. Include frequencies and percentages of each variable. Apply measures of central tendency, range, and variability when suitable. Describe the shape of the distribution when appropriate. Use charts or graphs.

    Below is a dataset that you may use or modified anyway you want.

    Student identification # Gender City Age FT/PT GPA Race/Ethnicity
    50 M Bridgeport 24 P 3.71 Black or African-American
    100 F Bridgeport 23 P 2.68 Black or African-American
    150 F Stratford 19 F 1.33 Black or African-American
    200 F Bridgeport 33 P 3.41 Black or African-American
    250 M Bridgeport 24 P 3.23 Black or African-American
    300 F Bridgeport 19 F 0 Black or African-American
    350 F Bridgeport 62 P 2.37 Black or African-American
    400 M Bridgeport 19 P 0.76 Black or African-American
    450 F Trumbull 18 F 3.87 Black or African-American
    500 M Bridgeport 64 P 0 Choose Not to Respond
    550 M Bridgeport 18 P 0 Other
    600 F Stratford 26 P 2.34 White
    650 F Bridgeport 20 F 2.45 White
    700 M Other 24 P 2.62 White
    750 M Milford 45 P 3.35 White
    800 M Milford 19 F 3 White
    850 M Stratford 24 P 4 White
    900 F Other 23 P 4 White
    950 F Bridgeport 36 P 3.5 White
    1000 F Shelton 20 P 2.7 White
    1050 M Fairfield 26 P 2 White
    1100 M Monroe 18 P 2.08 White
    1150 M Other 24 F 3.64 White
    1200 F Stratford 22 P 2.26 Hispanic or Latino
    1250 F Bridgeport 24 P 0 Hispanic or Latino
    1300 F Stratford 24 P 2.97 Hispanic or Latino
    1350 F Stratford 18 F 1.86 Hispanic or Latino
    1400 F Milford 20 P 3 Hispanic or Latino
    1450 F Bridgeport 20 F 2.3 Hispanic or Latino
    1500 M Bridgeport 18 P 3.36 Hispanic or Latino

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    Statistics is the art and science of collecting, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data. Please study any sample dataset from a larger population. You are expected to organize, analyze and interpret the data, and make reasonable inferences and comparisons about the population based on the sample you are studying.
    Attached is a dataset consisting of a random sample of incoming Cymbalta Community College Freshmen from Fall 2009. The data is current as of the end of Spring 2010.

    Analyze the data and write a brief report summarizing your findings. If you can provide a brief analysis I will write the report

    1) Provide an overall explanation of the data you are analyzing; e.g., where did the data come from (Ans - Cymbalta community college), what does each row in the dataset represent (Gender,city,age etc.), what does each variable mean ( I need help with this)?

    Solution:
    The data comes from Cymbalta Community College. It represents a random sample of incoming freshmen from fall 2009. The data set gives information about gender, age, city, GPA, ethnicity, student status (Full Time or Part Time) and student identification number. Each variable in the data set provides very vital information about the college hiring practices.

    Age: This variable gives us an idea of the age group of students that enroll in the college. It can be inferred from this information that ...

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    Statistics is the art and science of collecting, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data. Please study any sample dataset from a larger population. You are expected to organize, analyze and interpret the data, and make reasonable inferences and comparisons about the population based on the sample you are studying. Attached is a dataset consisting of a random sample of incoming Cymbalta Community College Freshmen from Fall 2009. The data is current as of the end of Spring 2010.

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