Evaluate the Framingham Dataset by Creating a Histogram

Evaluate the Framingham Dataset by Creating a Histogram

Organization of paper as a Word document and it should include:

  • Always use a title page, an introduction of explain the ordinal/categorical, continuous, and dichotomous variables/ what is the histogram chart and what kind of variables use in histogram (ordinal).
  • Discussion where you interpret the meaning of the histogram, explain the finding od data analysis (included in Table 1.) what is the result of mean, median, minimum and maximum value. Create a simple distribution graph (histogram) where we will explore the age of women after giving birth to their first child. Remember that a histogram consists of parallel vertical bars that show the frequency distribution of a quantitative variable in the graph (by included the table 2, and figure 1.). The result by testing the hypothesis that assumes the mean age (μ = μ0) for women is 37 years in the Gestation Demographics SEU dataset and you will accept or reject Null Hypothesis where you interpret the meaning of the histogram.
    • H0 The mean age of women giving birth is 37 years old. (Null Hypothesis)
    • H1 The mean age of women giving birth is not 37 years old. (Alternative Hypothesis)
  • A conclusion should be included by explain what mean of Alternative Hypothesis and the result finding.

 

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Requirements of the paper:

  • Your submission should be 3 pages to discuss and display your findings.
  • Provide headings to organize your paper.
  • Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of three scholarly.
  • Follow APA 7th edition writing
  • You are strongly encouraged to submit all assignments to the plagiarism Originality Check prior to submitting them to your instructor for grading.