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HCS465 / HCS 465 / Week 3 DQs

# HCS465 / HCS 465 / Week 3 DQs

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# HCS 465 Week 3

DQ 1: How does the type of data collected and the way in which the data are collected affect the possibility of a Type I or Type II error? Type I mistake takes place when the null theory is turned down by the health science analyst. Type I mistake takes place when the null theory is turned down, absolutely no connection. When the null theory is turned down by the health science analyst when in reality it's wrong, a type II mistake comes about. Type II mistake takes place when the null theory isn't turned down, when it must have been turned down; relationship is present. In case the correct type of data is not gathered and if it's not utilized the correct way, this influences the likelihood of a Type I or Type II mistakes. In case an individual gathered data in a method of logical problem regarding attempting to be as precise as is possible, having an extremely high standard, for example 1 in 1000; it results in Type I or Type II mistakes since this individual is offering more possibilities of having a mistake

Descriptive statistics is utilized to explain what is or what the data demonstrates. HCS 465 Week 3 DQ 2: What is the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics? Provide examples of each and explain how you could apply both in your work environment. data utilized to explain what is happening in the data. once again 1 in 1000.in the procedure. Inferential statistics is utilized to allow implications from a sample to the population as well as to assess the strength of connections among variables. In case the data gathered is utilized in a manner of the logical problem of tying to be as precise as is possible. it also results in Type I or Type II mistakes. The main difference between descriptive statistics and inferential statistics is exactly what they are utilized for. Inferential statistics as mentioned by Neuman (2009) utilizes probability hypothesis to enable you to check hypotheses (p. it results in more of a chance of getting a Type I or Type II mistake. A good example of how descriptive statistics might be used in the medical care work filed would be. Inferential statistics is a method of attempting to get to a decision which stretches past the immediate data alone. .255). Descriptive statistics are utilized to explain that fundamental characteristic of the data in an analysis. an average age of a population of women and men in the hospital which has congestive heart failure. When a person has very high standards while gathering data or in the manner in which she or he is utilizing data.235). Descriptive statistics as mentioned by Neuman (2009) is actually a main part of statistics which explain as well as convey numerical info (p.

. the proportion of patients in the hospital that has congestive heart failure.A good example of how descriptive statistics might be applied in medical care work filed would be.

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