This course integrates applied business research and descriptive statistics. Examination of the role of statistics in research, statistical terminology, the appropriate use of statistical techniques and interpretation of statistical findings in business and research will be the primary focus.
Interpret the results of a nonparametric hypothesis test.
Determine when to use nonparametric tests in business.
Differentiate among various nonparametric tests.
Analyze data with Chi-Square.
Two or More Sample Hypothesis Testing
Apply hypothesis testing to different populations and samples in business research situations.
Perform a hypothesis test of two population means using the standard normal distribution.
Perform a hypothesis test of two proportions.
Determine when to use an ANOVA for managerial decisions.
Perform an ANOVA.
Regression Analysis in Research
Interpret the correlation coefficient.
Perform a linear regression.
Interpret the results of a simple regression.
Interpret the results of a multiple regression.
Time Series and Forecasting
Apply a time series analysis to forecast.
Make business decisions utilizing statistical and research outcomes.
One Sample Hypothesis Testing
Identify the formal hypothesis testing process.
Perform a hypothesis test of one proportion.
Perform a hypothesis test of one population mean using the standard normal distribution.
Interpret the results of hypothesis tests.
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