Application: Analyzing Frequency Distributions Assignment
Assignment: Application: Analyzing Frequency Distributions Type of document: Essay Academic Level:Undergraduate Number of Pages: 1 (Double Spaced) Number of sources: 1 Category: Healthcare Language Style: English (U.S.) Order Instructions: ATTACHED Assignment: Application: Analyzing Frequency Distributions Your goal for this Application is to analyze the frequency distributions of data provided as an SPSS data file. A worksheet is provided for this Application, in the form of a Microsoft Word document. Download the Module 4 Application Assignment Worksheet and paste your output—the frequency distribution table—at the end of the document. Then, based on your output, answer the questions on the worksheet, typing your answers directly into the document. To prepare for this Application, participate in the Discussion area to clarify any questions you may have about the material presented in the textbook, demonstration video, the assigned Study Questions, or the endofchapter exercises. Use the Module 4 StepbyStep guide to help you complete statistical analysis in SPSS. The Assignment: Run data distributions on the data file provided. Complete the Module 4 Application Assignment Worksheet, pasting the frequency distributions table at the end of the document. Be sure that your completed worksheet contains your responses to all questions and your SPSS output. Application: Analyzing Frequency Distributions Assignment
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For this assignment, you create and compute summary statistics for a dataset provided as a Microsoft Excel file. Import the data into SPSS and then calculate the summary statistics, including the mean, median, mode, range, range, and the standard deviation as instructed below. Note: If you correctly saved the data file from Module 4 assignment, you may open and use that saved file to complete this assignment. Type your answers to all questions directly into the worksheet, and paste the required summary statistics output at the end of this document.
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A researcher is interested in the effect of a new medication on serum cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and glycosylated hemoglobin of adults. The researcher randomly selects a sample of 40 (20 male and 20 female) participants who have been diagnosed with high cholesterol. Assuring equal distribution of males and females, the participants are randomly assigned to one of two conditions (or groups): Following pretest measures of serum cholesterol (CHOL), High density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL), and glycosylated hemoglobin (GLYHB), the experimental group (group 1) is given the medication for a period of six months while the control group (group 2) is given a placebo. After the six months, CHOL, HDL and GLYHB are again measured. Application: Analyzing Frequency Distributions Assignment
The posttest data for each participant are provided in the Module 4 Application Assignment Data Set Excel file and can be found in the module learning resources. The codebook for the data provided is as follows:
AGE Age in years
SEX 1 =male, 2=female
GROUP 1 =medication, 2=placebo
CHNG_CHOL change in cholesterol from pretest to posttest
HDL High density lipoprotein at posttest
GLYHB Glycosylated hemoglobin at posttest
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Step 1: Import the Microsoft Excel data file into SPSS or use the correct saved SPSS data file as noted in the instructions, above.
Step 2: Run descriptive/summary statistics (mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and range) for both groups 1 and 2 (medication and placebo), combined for each of the following: AGE, CHNG_CHOL, HDL, and GLYHB (be sure to save your output)
Step 3: Separate the data file by GROUP
Step 4: Run descriptive/summary statistics for each group separately for each of the following: AGE, CHNG_CHOL, HDL, and GLYHB (be sure to save your output)
Step 5: Review your SPSS output and answer each of the following questions:
QUESTION  type answers below 
For groups 1 and 2 (medication and placebo) combined:


1. What is the mean for AGE?  ________________ 
2. What is the median for AGE?  ________________ 
3. What is the standard deviation for AGE?  ________________ 
4. What is the mean for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
5. What is the median for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
6. What is the standard deviation for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
7. What is the mean for HDL?  ________________ 
8. What is the median for HDL?  ________________ 
9. What is the standard deviation for HDL?  ________________ 
10. What is the mean for GLYHB?  ________________ 
11. What is the median for GLYHB?  ________________ 
12. What is the standard deviation GLYHB?  ________________ 
For group 1 (medication) only:


13. What is the mean for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
14. What is the median for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
15. What is the standard deviation for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
16. What is the range for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
For group 2 (placebo) only:


17. What is the mean for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
18. What is the median for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
19. What is the standard deviation for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
20. What is the range for CHANGE_CHOL?  ________________ 
Step 6: Paste all required SPSS output below.
Application: Analyzing Frequency Distributions Assignment