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Universidade do Minho – Campus Azurém – Portugalwww.uminho.pt
Trabalho elaborado por:Autor XAutor Yno âmbito da disciplina de Oficina I (http://www3.dsi.uminho.pt/pimenta/eaoficina-i/) do 1º ano docurso de Estatística Aplicada (http://www.mct.uminho.pt/leap/).Guimarães, 04 de Fevereiro de 2008

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This essay was proposed concerning the curricular unit Oficina I of the first year colleage certificate of Applicated Statistics, by the group of teachers Arminda ManuelaGonçalves and Pedro Pimenta, and with the purpose of proceeding to an exploratoryanalysis of data, using different calculation tools.To make the exploratory analysis of strategies implementation of the given data, it wasused three distinct calculation tools – Excel, SPSS and Texas graphic calculators (TI-83model). When the calculations were not possible to do using the referred tools, theywere made using paper and pencil, and enclosed in the present report. Simultaneously areading and interpretation of the obtained results was made.The data analysis allowed us to, mainly, acquire the skills to manipulate easily the threecalculation tools mentioned previously.This report is organised as follows: initially we chose to divide the exploratory dataanalysis in two parts – the rough data analysis and the grouped data analysis – in each of them a data study is presented using the here calculation tools. Later, another two partswere formed, one to present the data through a five letter box – summary, as this onecannot be made using none of the calculation tools; the other part to perform a nonvalued data analysis that we realised being non-agreeable. Finally we created another  part to discuss the results.According to this investigation, the provided data concerns costs of regional phonecalls, made by an academic department for three years. As main results we got, for example, the arithmetical mean estimate and the asymmetry resolution of the sample(that showed to be inclined to the left), therefore, revealed that, except for some unusualmonths, the costs of the phone calls were focussed on one value. As the goal of anystatistic study, implying costs, is to reduce and to control them, it is recommended, for instance, that maximum monthly limits should be established as far as expenses areconcerned, a limit through which those calls must be justified. We suggest that the limitshould be the value of the 3rd quartil which will subsequently be determined in thisreport.iii