Conduct a binomial test using the bp variable

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Scenario

You are a new graduate at a health sciences research institute. The lead researcher has given you a dataset which requires analyses and a written report on which you will be graded [based on the rubric attached to these instructions].

Question 1

The variable ‘anticlot' indicates the type of anti-clotting drug prescribed to the patients.

Produce the relevant graph and table to summarise the ‘anticlot' variable and write a report describing this variable in the style presented in the course materials.

Question 2

The age of patients in years is provided in the data file.

Produce the relevant graph and tables to summarise the ‘age' variable and write a report describing this variable in the style presented in the course materials.

Question 3

Current research indicates that the number of everyday life stressors has risen in the last decade. Hospital records for 2014 show that 74% of Australians admitted to hospital for suspected myocardial infarction had normal blood pressure at the time of admission. The researchers have suggested, that due to increasing stress, the percentage of Australians admitted to hospital for suspected myocardial infarction who have normal blood pressure at the time of admission is now lower than this.

Conduct a Binomial Test using the ‘bp ' variable to test the researchers' hypothesis. Produce the relevant output and write a Binomial test report based on your output in the style presented in the course materials.

Question 4

Due to federal cuts to the Government Health System, the researchers predicted that the average length of stay in hospital for patients admitted for suspected myocardial infarction is now lower than the average of 5.5 days recorded in 2014.

Conduct a One-Sample t-test using the ‘los' variable to test this prediction.

Produce the relevant output and write a One-sample t-test report based on your output in the style presented in the course materials.

Question 5

The researchers have also claimed that the average length of stay in hospital for patients who have a history of diabetes is higher than the average for those who do not.

Conduct an Independent samples t-test using the ‘los' and ‘diabetes' variables to investigate this claim. Produce the relevant output and write an Independent samples t-test report based on your output in the style presented in the course materials.

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len1450518

4/4/2017 6:13:35 AM

For your assignment, you are required to complete the following five [5] questions by producing the appropriate analyses and writing the relevant report for each question. The reports should follow the format of the Model Reports provided on the unit website. Note: For each question you should include the relevant output [eg tables, confidence interval calculations and graphs] with your report.

len1450518

4/4/2017 6:13:23 AM

Data Preparation For the purpose of your report, you must use SPSS to draw a random sample of 2000 of the 6354 observations. You will conduct your analysis on your sample of 2000 observations. Instructions on how to generate your random sample is attached. Note, however, that some variables contain missing values, so each of your analyses might not contain the entire 2000 cases.

len1450518

4/4/2017 6:13:14 AM

This assignment has no word limit but a max of one page per question. You are a new graduate at a health sciences research institute. The lead researcher has given you a dataset which requires analyses and a written report on which you will be graded [based on the rubric attached to these instructions]. The data file which you will be using for this assignment contains the treatment records of 6354 Australians who were admitted to a hospital for suspected myocardial infarction [heart attack]. The dataset [STA10003_Assignment_Data_.sav] is located in the Assignment Information area on Blackboard.

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