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2018 Mat215 Alternative Therapies Part 4 Inferential Statistic Report
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1.  Introduction:

     a.  As part of our Group (3). We constructed a survey to ascertain what kind of alternative therapy the participants had used.  We asked a random group of 124 adult men, and women, of all different ages and background.  This was a convenient voluntary response.

     b.  The questions we asked were:

       1.  Age.

       2.  Sex (Male/Female).

       3.  The frequency of treatments/use.

       4.  The type of alternative therapy utilized. (Acupuncture, Massage, Movement, Aroma, Energy Healing,                  Hypnotherapy, Meditation, or Did not use.

II.  Looking at a Categorical Variable:

       a.  The response to the question "Male/Female," are shown in the pie chart on the next page.  The results

            from the pie chart show that the 58.92% of the participants were female and 41.08% were men. 

       b.  Result 2: One sample Proportion with the summary of 95% confidence interval.  For male and females.

            P: proportion of successes for population

            Method: Standard-Wald

III.  Looking at a Numerical Variable:

        a.  The response to the question of "Frequency," or the number of times the participant utilized                              alternative therapies.

               The Bar Plot shows the relative frequency of 0-30 times that the participants utilized alternative                       therapies. The highest number of treatments received was 30 treatments.

              Result 4:  Summary Statistic for the Frequency of treatments.

              Result 5:  One sample T statistics for mean.  

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IV.  Summary:


             The results of this survey shows that women are more likely to utilize alternative therapies, regardless               of age.  


Result 1: Pie Chart With Summary Inferential Report Part4   [Info]
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Result 2: 2018 Part 4 Inferential Statistic Report One sample proportion CI   [Info]
One sample proportion confidence interval:
Outcomes in : Age
Success : 60
Group by: M/F
p : Proportion of Successes

95% confidence interval results:
M/FCountTotalSample Prop.Std. Err.L. LimitU. Limit
F1730.013698630.01360448-0.0129656610.040362922
M1510.0196078430.019414658-0.0184441870.057659873

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Data set 1. Alternative Therapies Mat215 2018   [Info]
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