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## Short Assignment Requirements

Please submit your group report Exam Work Submission -> Reaction Time Group Project Submission. Please submit one project report only for each group

## Assignment Description

Reaction Time Group Project

STAT 2163 Introduction to Statistics

This group project requires teams of 3-4 students to work together to finish the questions.

Analyze the Data in StatCrunch:

·         Go to Blackboard -> Content for Course-> Reaction Time Group Project.

·         How to use StatCrunch to upload dataset or create plots? You could watch the videos in Content for Course -> StatCrunch Lab.

·         Answer the following questions by exploring the dataset with StatCrunch.

Question 1. Data Types

Please mark the all the types of data that each variable belongs to.

 Categorical Numerical Levels of Measurement Discrete Continuous Nominal Ordinal Interval Ratio Reaction Time (ms) Gender Class Age Avg. Sleeping Time Device/OS Visual Acuity Frequency in Game Playing

Question 2. Create histograms for all the numerical variables (Reaction Time (ms), Age, Avg. Sleeping Time).

Click: Graph -> Histogram -> (Under Select Columns) Choose all 3 variables [Ctrl+A, or Ctrl+Click, or Shift+Click] -> Click in the box by VALUE ABOVE BAR ->  (Under Markers) Click in the boxes by MEAN and by MEDIAN -> Compute

2(a).       Comment on the histograms of Reaction Time (ms), Age, and Avg. Sleeping Time. Are the distributions normal? Are they symmetric, left skewed, or right skewed? Comment on the relationship between the mean and the median.

 Is the distribution Normal? Is the distribution symmetric, or left skewed, or right skewed? Which value is greater? Fill in <, > or = below. Histogram of Reaction Time (ms) Mean                Median Histogram of Age Mean                Median Histogram of Avg. Sleeping Time Mean                Median

2(b). Find the class width of Histogram of Reaction Time (ms) above. Create another histogram by changing the class width to 80.

Click: Graph -> Histogram -> (Under Select Columns) Choose Reaction Time (ms) -> (Under Bins) Type in 80 for “Width” -> Click in the box by VALUE ABOVE BAR -> Compute

Fill in the Frequency Distribution Table below.

 Reaction Time (ms) Frequency Relative Frequency Cumulative Frequency

Question 3. Assess normality of Reaction Time (ms) with a Normal Quantile Plot.

Click: Graph -> QQ Plot -> Reaction Time (ms) ->  Compute

Sketch the normal quantile plots you get from StatCrunch. Comment on the plot. Is the distribution normal? Compare your conclusion to the answer in Question 2.

Question 4. Create Pareto Chart for Device/OS variable.

Click: Graph -> Bar Plot -> With Data -> (Under Select Columns) Choose Device/OS -> (Under Order by) Choose Count Descending-> Click in the box by VALUE ABOVE BAR -> Compute

Note that: Histogram and Bar Graph are the two ways to display data in the form of a diagram. Histogram presents numerical data whereas bar graph shows categorical data. The histogram is also different from bar graph in that there is no gap between the bars.

You might find the information on this webpage useful.

https://keydifferences.com/difference-between-histogram-and-bar-graph.html

Comment on the bar graph of Device/OS used. Which Device/OS was used by most students on the reaction time test? What is the frequency? Which one is the second most?

Question 5. Create a Pie Chart

Create a pie chart for Class by follow the steps below.

Click: Graph -> Pie Chart -> With Data -> Class -> (Under Display) Choose Count and Percent of Total (Ctrl+click) -> Compute

Sketch the pie chart and fill in the percentage you got.

 Sketch the pie chart Class Frequency Percent Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Question 5. Create a Stem & Leaf Plot for Age

Click: Graph -> Stem & Leaf Plot -> Age -> (Under Leaf Unit) Choose 1 -> (Under Outlier trimming) Check in “None” -> Compute

Sketch the stem-and-leaf plot of Age below. Refer to the “Chapter 2 Lecture Notes with Examples” Page 33. Identify what is the stem, what is the leaf.

Question 7. Create a Scatterplot

Scatterplot (or Scatter Diagram) is used to determine whether there is a relationship between two variables. Create a scatterplot of (Avg. Sleeping Time, Reaction Time (ms)).

Click: Graph – Scatterplot – Choose X to be Avg. Sleeping Time – Choose Y to be Reaction Time (ms) -> Compute

Does it look like there is any relationship between the two variables? Why or why not? Include your graph.

Create a scatterplot of Age vs Reaction Time (ms). Does it look like there is any relationship between the two variables? Why or why not? Include your graph.

Question 8. Create a Dot Plot for Reaction Time (ms) by Gender

Click: Graph –> Dotplot –> Reaction Time (ms) –> (Under Group by) Choose Gender -> Compute

Comment on the dotplot. Which set of dots is more spread out? Male or Female?

Question 9. Create a Boxplot for Reaction Time (ms).

Click: Graph -> Boxplot -> Reaction Time (ms) -> Compute

Sketch the boxplot. Then move the mouse to the plot. A dialog box should show. Fill in the blanks below.

Minimum = _________________

____________________

Median =   ____________________

____________________

Maximum =_________________

IQR =______________________

_________________

Question 10. Propose a question you are interested in. Answer the question by using the data with the help of StatCrunch (for example, by creating a scatterplot/bar graph/histogram/Pareto chart/etc.)

## Assignment Description

Reaction Time Group Project

STAT 2163 Introduction to Statistics

This group project requires teams of 3-4 students to work together to finish the questions.

Analyze the Data in StatCrunch:

Go to Blackboard -> Content for Course-> Reaction Time Group Project.

How to use StatCrunch to upload dataset or create plots? You could watch the videos in Content for Course -> StatCrunch Lab.

Answer the following questions by exploring the dataset with StatCrunch.

Question 1. Data Types

Please mark the all the types of data that each variable belongs to.

 Categorical Numerical Levels of Measurement Discrete Continuous Nominal Ordinal Interval Ratio Reaction Time (ms) Gender Class Age Avg. Sleeping Time Device/OS Visual Acuity Frequency in Game Playing

Question 2. Create histograms for all the numerical variables (Reaction Time (ms), Age, Avg. Sleeping Time).

Click: Graph -> Histogram -> (Under Select Columns) Choose all 3 variables [Ctrl+A, or Ctrl+Click, or Shift+Click] -> Click in the box by VALUE ABOVE BAR ->  (Under Markers) Click in the boxes by MEAN and by MEDIAN -> Compute

2(a).       Comment on the histograms of Reaction Time (ms), Age, and Avg. Sleeping Time. Are the distributions normal? Are they symmetric, left skewed, or right skewed? Comment on the relationship between the mean and the median.

 Is the distribution Normal? Is the distribution symmetric, or left skewed, or right skewed? Which value is greater? Fill in <, > or = below. Histogram of Reaction Time (ms) Mean                Median Histogram of Age Mean                Median Histogram of Avg. Sleeping Time Mean                Median

2(b). Find the class width of Histogram of Reaction Time (ms) above. Create another histogram by changing the class width to 80.

Click: Graph -> Histogram -> (Under Select Columns) Choose Reaction Time (ms) -> (Under Bins) Type in 80 for “Width” -> Click in the box by VALUE ABOVE BAR -> Compute Fill in the Frequency Distribution Table below.

 Reaction Time (ms) Frequency Relative Frequency Cumulative Frequency

Question 3. Assess normality of Reaction Time (ms) with a Normal Quantile Plot.

Click: Graph -> QQ Plot -> Reaction Time (ms) ->  Compute

Sketch the normal quantile plots you get from StatCrunch. Comment on the plot. Is the distribution normal? Compare your conclusion to the answer in Question 2.

Question 4. Create Pareto Chart for Device/OS variable.

Click: Graph -> Bar Plot -> With Data -> (Under Select Columns) Choose Device/OS -> (Under Order by) Choose Count Descending-> Click in the box by VALUE ABOVE BAR -> Compute

Note that: Histogram and Bar Graph are the two ways to display data in the form of a

diagram. Histogram presents numerical data whereas bar graph shows categorical data. The histogram is also different from bar graph in that there is no gap between the bars.

You might find the information on this webpage useful. https://keydifferences.com/difference-between-histogram-and-bar-graph.html

Comment on the bar graph of Device/OS used. Which Device/OS was used by most students on the reaction time test? What is the frequency? Which one is the second most?

Question 5. Create a Pie Chart

Create a pie chart for Class by follow the steps below.

Click: Graph -> Pie Chart -> With Data -> Class -> (Under Display) Choose Count and Percent of Total (Ctrl+click) -> Compute

Sketch the pie chart and fill in the percentage you got.

 Sketch the pie chart Class Frequency Percent Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

Question 5. Create a Stem & Leaf Plot for Age

Click: Graph -> Stem & Leaf Plot -> Age -> (Under Leaf Unit) Choose 1 -> (Under Outlier trimming) Check in “None” -> Compute

Sketch the stem-and-leaf plot of Age below. Refer to the “Chapter 2 Lecture Notes with Examples” Page 33. Identify what is the stem, what is the leaf.

Question 7. Create a Scatterplot

Scatterplot (or Scatter Diagram) is used to determine whether there is a relationship between two variables. Create a scatterplot of (Avg. Sleeping Time, Reaction Time (ms)).

Click: Graph – Scatterplot – Choose X to be Avg. Sleeping Time – Choose Y to be Reaction Time (ms) -> Compute

Does it look like there is any relationship between the two variables? Why or why not? Include your graph.

Create a scatterplot of Age vs Reaction Time (ms). Does it look like there is any relationship between the two variables? Why or why not? Include your graph.

Question 8. Create a Dot Plot for Reaction Time (ms) by Gender

Click: Graph –> Dotplot –> Reaction Time (ms) –> (Under Group by) Choose Gender -> Compute Comment on the dotplot. Which set of dots is more spread out? Male or Female?

Question 9. Create a Boxplot for Reaction Time (ms).

Click: Graph -> Boxplot -> Reaction Time (ms) -> Compute

Sketch the boxplot. Then move the mouse to the plot. A dialog box should show. Fill in the blanks below.

Minimum = _________________

𝑸𝟏 =      ____________________

Median =   ____________________

𝑸𝟑 =      ____________________

Maximum =_________________

IQR =______________________

𝑸𝟑−𝑸𝟏 = _________________

Question 10. Propose a question you are interested in. Answer the question by using the data with the help of StatCrunch (for example, by creating a scatterplot/bar graph/histogram/Pareto chart/etc.)

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