Data Tab Data Sdsu Single Factor Analysis Of Var

Data Tab Data Sdsu Single Factor Analysis Of Var

Data Tab Data Sdsu Single Factor Analysis Of Var

ESP is an acronym for Extrasensory Perception, of which one example is precognition – the ability to know what will happen before it happens. While we all probably have had a hunch or dream come true or thought of someone just before the person texts us, most people are either highly skeptical or unshakeable believers in ESP.

Across the billions of people on Earth involved in billions of decisions and actions, statistically it should not be surprising that some hunches, dreams, and intuitive senses manifest, at times even those seemingly extraordinarily implausible. But can some people harness the power of ESP beyond what statistical probabilities “allow?”

One Hundred people were divided into four equal groups: 25 Skeptics, 25 Believers, and then two groups of which having ESP would seem to greatly enhance job performance – 25 Psychics and 25 Professional Gamblers.

Each person stated what symbol was on a Zener card prior to it being shown. Zener cards are blank on one side; the other side contains 1 of 5 symbols: a plus sign, 3 wavy lines, a circle, a square, or a star. The number of successful matches out of 50 trials was recorded.

1. Open the Excel Sheet.

2. Click on the Data Tab Data AnalysisSelect Anova: Single Factor

Pop Up Box Inputs

  • Input Range: Include the Column Headings (Skeptic, Believer, etc). in the range of the data – B4:E29

B. Grouped by Columns (Default Choice)

C. Labels in the first row

D. Alpha = .05

E. Output Range: Anywhere other than over the data set

F. OK

3. Format:

A. Column widths so all headings are legible

B. Numbers to 3 or 4 decimal places

C. Delete:

a) the empty row between “Anova: Single Factor” and “SUMMARY”

b) one of the two empty rows between the first table and the word ANOVA of

the second table so there is only one empty row between tables

c) the empty row (if there is one) between the Within Groups and Total in the

Anova table

D. Title your output, along with making it clean and business-like.

E. After Copying & Pasting to the Submission Form, resize so the tables fill the image box.

You can do this by clicking on the image and using your cursor to drag the “ circle resize

handles” along the image’s border.

4. Complete the C 12 Submission From,* upload it, and submit via the proper link.

for first question: 1-(1-0.5)^3 = 10

*Reminder: 6 Steps of a HT –

1.State the null and alternative hypothesis

2.Set Alpha (Given as .05)

3.Test Statistic

4.Critical Value(s) or P-value

5.Test Decision

  • ApplicationInterpretationExplanation of Step 5 to context