For your final statistical writing assignment, you will need to collect a sample and use that information to draw a conclusion about a population and measure how reliable that result is. All written assignments must be written in Standard American English, double- spaced, in 12-point font. Any included citations must be written in APA format. All the writing assignments MUST be submitted through BB-SafeAssign. Read at least 2-3 articles to help you determine your research question (either from the sample list below or one of your own). Determine your planned population, your planned sample, and how you plan to gather the data, included your citations. Submit as an 1-2 page detailed outline to Bb for my approval. Assignment Part 1 (due 11/30) [25 points] Submit 2-3 written pages (double-spaced, 12-pt font, graphs, charts, and tables can’t count into the 2-3 pages writing ) research motivation and data collection summary including: • Description of issue based on your readings: What are the social, political, economic or human issues that you are addressing with your question? Why is it important? • Description of the population: What is the population that your sample is drawn from? What is the proposed population data value that you will be comparing your data to? • Process for collecting and measuring sample: How did you select your sample? • In addition to the written pages, submit an organized list of the data you collected. Assignment Part 2 (due 12/14) [30 points] Using Microsoft Excel to analyze your data, write a 3 – 4 pages (double-spaced, including graphs) data analysis and conclusion including: • Two different graphical representations of the data • Measures of spread and center for your sample • Description of the shape, center, and spread of the data • Confidence intervals for your sample • Appropriate hypothesis test comparing your test statistics to the hypothesized value. • Conclusion: What conclusion(s) can you draw from your sample? What was the answer to your research question? • Include any images, graphs, diagrams or equations needed to make and support your point as well as a detailed description of your processes, calculations and conclusions. Assignment Part 3 (due 12/21) [25 points] Write a 3- 4 pages (double-spaced) reflection on statistical significance and the significance of statistics: • Explain what it means for something to be statistically significant using clear language; • Discuss the relationship between a confidence interval and a hypothesis test; • Talk about how the study of the world using statistics is important, how you have participated in that process, and what you learned from this project. Assignment Part 4 (due 12/22) [10 points] Write a 12 -15 page (double-spaced) final project paper (Basically you will need to put all the work you did from part 1 to part 3 together organized as a final paper. Your final paper should included your part 1- part 3 research finding, conclusions, charts, graphs, and citations. You MUST use APA writing style. (Click here to see APA style https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/paper-format) Sample topics • Does the price of milk (or something else) in New York during pandemic (or a specific neighborhood) differ from the average price of milk before pandemic? • Is the price of gas in a particular neighborhood in NY different from the national average? • Are Subway’s Footlong sandwiches actually a foot long? • Is the number of items on a dollar menu different in NYC than on the McDonald’s website? • Do apartment prices in a particular neighborhood differ from the average for NY? • Is the number of candies/chips/ounces advertised on the packaging reflective of the amount the package actually contains? • Is the price of a [insert an object here] in/on a particular neighborhood/area/website different from the price advertised by the company? • Is the number of [insert a variable here] in NYC different from the number of (insert the same variable here) in NY State/the US?
this research paper is divided into multiple parts which will all be put together to make one 15 page research paper after each section can you leave a mark of where it is divided thank you
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