Descriptive Statistics Part I: Normal Curves Variability and Plotting (Statistics Project Sample)
First, state whether blood pressure in Table 2A would be a continuous variable or a discrete variable. Explain. Then supposing that the number of women in each of groups (non-users and users) were identified, would the number of women in each category be a continuous variable or a discrete variable? Explain.
Part 2: Use any free online histogram maker* to draw Histograms for the blood pressures of the users and nonusers ages 35 - 44. Discuss one conclusion that can be made about blood pressure and pill use. *Here are some free resources:
Part 3: Based on what you’ve learned in this module about normal distributions, explain why a normal approximation of data would be helpful to view the data. For example, you could describe the steps that one would take to estimate the percentage of women with blood pressures in an age group.
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DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS PART I:
Blood pressure in table 2 A is a continuous variable since it is possible for there to be any value of the blood pressure in the range. The quantitative variable does not have a finite number of values unlike discrete data. Even though the range of blood pressure has been given, it is possible to have a more accurate blood pressure level up to three decimal places, depending on the measuring instruments used in the hospital settings. Theoretically, the measuring instrument may limit accuracy of blood pressure measured, but the variable could be any value within the identified intervals.
Nonetheless, if the number is countable and exact, the data would be discrete and it is unlikely to express their numbers in decimal places (Larson, 2006). The number of women participants is countable and the dichotomous data makes it easier to analyze blood pressure for users and non users of the contraceptive. In other words, the number of women who either use or do not use contraceptive for each blood pressure interval is specific, and it is possible to interpret the data about frequency of blood pressure.
Non users of the contraceptive
Users of the contraceptive
According to Bush (2012), histograms show the extent to which responses are spread out, the most frequent occurrences, those at the center and the distribution’s shape. For users of the pill the 116-120 mm blood pressure category has the highest number of women at 14%, while for non-users it is 16% which is also the highest percen...
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