Statistics Consider This Scenario: You Case Study

  • Length: 1 pages
  • Subject: Business
  • Type: Case Study
  • Paper: #97797690
  • Related Topics: Board Of Directors

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You can include a table to show the comparison if you want to. Do not be concerned with the small number used in each group in the study.

TO: National Kidney Foundation, Board of Directors

FROM: Jon Doe, Staff Statistician

DATE: June 23, 2013

SUBJECT: Future Research Funding Recommendations

Upon examination of the data submitted by the two research groups using a graphical view (see below), it became obvious that Group I could have an outlier. Using the maximum value Grubbs test, it was determined that this value was indeed an outlier and was excluded from the data prior to further statistical analysis.

Once the outlier was removed from the data it became clear that mean of the Group II data (11) was higher than the mean of the Group I data (see table below), suggesting better results with the Group II treatment; however, the magnitude of the standard deviations indicated the possibility that the two means were not significantly different. Using a one-tailed students t test, the means for the two data sets did reach statistical significance at the 95% confidence level…

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