# Ll answers should be derived from Wheelans explanations

All answers should be derived from Wheelans explanations

1. Discuss some longitudinal data that may be helpful to your thesis, or was important in a reading that you have done for another class.

2. Discuss some cross-sectional data that may be helpful to your thesis, or was important in a reading that you have done for another class.

3. What is a descriptive statistic? Can you think of one that would be helpful to discuss in your thesis?

4. What is sampling, and are there sampling data that may be helpful in your thesis writing? Discuss.

5. In discussing the relationship between two variables, you may want to ______________ the association between them and assess the ____________________that the association between them is merely a coincidence. Please fill in the blanks.

6. Discuss the different ways to calculate an average.

7. What is the normal distribution?

8. Describe the difference between a percentage change and a change in percentage points.

9. How is variance calculated?

10. How is the standard deviation calculated?

11. How would you distinguish between precision and accuracy?

12. What is the difference between a nominal and a real figure?

13. What does Wheelan mean by managing by statistics?

14. What is a correlation coefficient?

15. Name and describe the five examples of garbage in, garbage out.

16. What is the OLS method?

17. Write down a regression equation that could be of use in your research or illuminates some relationship in which you are interested.

18. Name and describe common regression mistakes.

19. Please describe what a t-distribution is.

20. Which inferences does the Central Limit Theorem allow us to make about a sample?

Added on 03.03.2015 20:48
All answers should be derived from Wheelani??s explanations

1. Discuss some longitudinal data that may be helpful to your thesis, or was important in a reading that you have done for another class.

2. Discuss some cross-sectional data that may be helpful to your thesis, or was important in a reading that you have done for another class.

3. What is a descriptive statistic? Can you think of one that would be helpful to discuss in your thesis?

4. What is sampling, and are there sampling data that may be helpful in your thesis writing? Discuss.

5. In discussing the relationship between two variables, you may want to ______________ the association between them and assess the ____________________that the association between them is merely a coincidence. Please fill in the blanks.

6. Discuss the different ways to calculate an average.

7. What is the normal distribution?

8. Describe the difference between a percentage change and a change in percentage points.

9. How is variance calculated?

10. How is the standard deviation calculated?

11. How would you distinguish between precision and accuracy?

12. What is the difference between a nominal and a real figure?

13. What does Wheelan mean by managing by statistics?

14. What is a correlation coefficient?

15. Name and describe the five examples of i??garbage in, garbage outi??.

16. What is the OLS method?

17. Write down a regression equation that could be of use in your research or illuminates some relationship in which you are interested.

18. Name and describe common regression mistakes.

19. Please describe what a t-distribution is.

20. Which inferences does the Central Limit Theorem allow us to make about a sample?