) Qualitative B) Quantitative
4) There is a relationship between smoking cigarettes and getting emphysema. Does this statement describe:
5) Temperatures of 22 selected refrigerators
inferentialstatistics. The descriptivestatistics included frequencies, percentages and means. Inferentialstatistics using chi-square and Spearman Rank correlation coefficient were used and tested at = 0.05 significance level. Analysis was done using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS...
simple graphics analysis, they form the basis of virtually every quantitative analysis of data. With descriptivestatistics you are simply describing what is, what the data shows.
InferentialStatistics investigate questions, models and hypotheses. In many cases, the conclusions from...
found that 23% did not wash their hands before exiting.
BRANCHES OF STATISTICS
-DESCRIPTIVESTATISTICS: is the branch of statistics that involves the organization, summarization, and display of data
-INFERENTIALSTATISTICS: is the branch of statistics that involves using a sample to draw...
there overlaps between them. For example, one specific fixed-designed research could be flexible influenced by qualitative data. So for those using both qualitative and quantitative data, there come “multi-strategy designs” (Robson, 2011, p.6). Here by saying “multi-strategy”, which has “substantial...
scale data such as frequencies, mode, median, range, variance and standard deviation. In addition cross tabulations, descriptive analysis techniques and inferential analysis techniques
4.0 RESEARCH FINDINGS
4.1 Outline of Survey respondents
70 questionnaires were distributed among the...
Weber. Although a distinction is commonly drawn betweenqualitative and quantitativeaspects of scientific investigation, it has been argued that the two go hand in hand. For example, based on analysis of the history of science, Kuhn (1961, p. 162) concludes that “large amounts of qualitative work...
qualitative data used in your research study article?
* What is the quantitative data used in your research study article?
* Data analysis procedures (aka Statistical Tests)
* Define Inferential and Descriptivestatistics. Give examples of actual data analysis procedures...
insurance industry is also a big inferentialstatistic.
Variables and types of data
Variables can have two different classifications, qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative variables can be placed into specific groups related to dependent upon the information collected. Examples are...
? Data is pieces of attributes, and there are two main types, Quantitative and Qualitative data. Information is organized data for specific purposes. In statistics data is organized for two main purposes, to describe the Data (Descriptive), to use the information to make decisions (Inferential). So...
evaluation. I. 5. Differentiate among goals, measurable objectives, related activities, and expected outcomes for a public health program. I. 6. Differentiate the purposes of formative, process, and outcome evaluation. I. 7. Differentiatebetweenqualitative and quantitative evaluation methods in relation...
data collection methods Know key definitions:
♦Population vs. Sample ♦Qualitative vs. Qualitative data ♦Primary vs. Secondary data types ♦Time Series vs. Cross-Sectional data
Explain the difference betweendescriptive and inferentialstatistics Describe different sampling methods
descriptive and inferentialstatistics are discussed. Similarly, relating to qualitative studies, the reader will be presented with material on analytical induction, the grounded theory approach, and the construction of typologies. Aims This book, however, does not fall neatly into either of these...
research. The descriptive and the experimental methods used in general, sophisticated statistics, or ways of measuring quantities in their procedures. While most scientific researchers are not adequately prepared for these methods, so that there is a clamour for qualitative methods resulted. People doing...
business setting or situation 6
Learning Team Reflection and Presentation
Syllabus RES/351 Version 1
Week Five: Data Analysis Approaches Details
Objectives 5.1 Prepare collected data for analysis. 5.2 Differentiatebetweendescriptivestatistics and inferentialstatistics. 5.3...
noticeable generalizations and patterns in teachers’ questioning behavior and EFL classroom interaction and second, to verify the hypotheses. Descriptive and inferentialstatistics were used for data analysis. There were no experimental subjects in the sense that we have in experimental research, neither...
picture to differentiate the two:
Quality is the essential character or nature of something; quantity is the amount. Quality is the what; quantity the how much. Qualitative refers to the meaning, the definition or analogy or model or metaphor characterizing something, while quantitative assumes the...
Week Five: Data Analysis Approaches
5.1 Prepare collected data for analysis.
5.2 Differentiatebetweendescriptivestatistics and inferentialstatistics.
5.3 Determine the overall data analysis approach for a data set.
“law”. Psychologists who adopt this approach are mainly concerned with studying what we share with others. That is to say in establishing laws or generalisations. (Carl Dellomos, 2009)
 Idiographic (Qualitative Approach)
This approach tends not to use inferential or descriptivestatistics, but...
qualitative.Probability & Non Probability sampling techniques and multi-stage.
6. Analysis of data: Descriptive and inferentialstatistics, tests of significance, types of errors, one tailed and two tailed tests, co-efficient of co-relation, the
t-test, the F-test (anova), Non parametric test (chi...