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Fieldwork Officer Descriptive Statistics January 2009

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# METROPOLITAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FIELD WORK DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS Location Problem: The dean of basic sciences, wants to make

a diagnosis on the enrollment process (including adjustments) in t his semester, with a view to strengthening the activities for next semesters tui tion. In order to obtain reliable information, apply a survey of 80 students cho sen randomly from the ITM. Each question, due to a specific objective of the stu dy (I must prepare the student), and is in turn in variable for research. 1. Wha t rating assigned to the counseling process and adjustments 2009_I semester? Exc ellent Good Fair Poor MRBE _____ _____ _____ _____ 2. What are the perceived anomalous aspects in the process of counseling and adj ustments in the semester 2009_I? (Select only one (the most relevant to your reg istration process) A C T R M CARE EMPLOYEES TRAMITOLOGÃ A queues INCONSISTENCIES IN REPORTS BAD ADVICE ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 3. How many steps needed in the enrollment process, including the setting.?. 4. How long (in minutes) was spent on the enrollment process, including setting? DATA ENTRY CHART A RESPONDENT 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 2 3 4 A RESPONDENT 1 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 2 3 4 DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. 1. In teams of three or four students, to apply the survey to 80 university stud ents. The work must be submitted on CD. And must include: 1.1. INTRODUCTION 1.2. PURPOSE 1.3. HISTORY OF THE STATISTICAL 1.4. A RESEARCH PROBLEM DEFINITION 1.5. OBJECTIVES OF THE RESEARCH: GENERAL AND SPECIFIC 1.6. SURVEY ANNEX 1.7. ANNEX 2 RESULTS. METHODOLOGY. 2.1.A THE QUALITATIVE VARIABLE: 2.1.1.Llevar the results to a table of type frequency 2.1.2.Realizar the bar chart and pie chart. 2.1.3.H acer interpretations. 2.2. DISCRETE VARIABLE TO QUANTITATIVE 2.2.1.Llevar the results to a tab in comp ound form or type II. 2.2.2.Hacerle the frequency polygon graphics. 2.2.3.Plante ar 10 questions with the result. 2.2.4.Hallar measures of central tendency: Arit

hmetic mean, median and mode, and interpret their results. 2.2.5.Hallar position measurements: Quartiles, interpret their results. 2.2.6. Find the measures of d ispersion or variability: variance, standard deviation and coefficient of variat ion, and interpret their results. three deciles, three percentiles, and LA 2.3.A continuous variables. 2.3.1.Llevar the results to a tabulation by inter vals or type III. 2.3.2. Perform Histogram of frequencies, along with the freque ncy polygon (line chart) 2.3.3. Perform the cumulative frequency histogram (Warhead) 2.3.4. 10 questions to raise your score. 2.3.5. Find the measures of central tendency: Arithmetic me an, median and mode and interpret their results. 2.3.6. Find the position measur ements: Quartiles, interpret their results. 2.3.7. Find the measures of dispersi on or variability: variance, standard deviation and coefficient of variation, an d interpret their results. three deciles, three percentiles, and BOTH QUANTITATIVE VARIABLES 2.4.LLEVAR a linear regression. Scatter diagram 2.4. 1.Dibujar and conduct the first performances. 2.4.2. Find the regression coeffic ients and interpret their results. 2.4.3. Find the linear regression equation an d make two predictions, both for the dependent and independent variable. 2.4.4. Find the correlation coefficient and interpret its outcome. A 2.5.REALIZAR crosstab QUESTIONS AND SET UP ODDS 10. 2.6.CONCLUSIONES, after co mprehensive analysis of results. 2.7.BibliografÃa.

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