Write up the analysis to include the summary table and the common statistics involved.

  1. Choose whatever variables and raw data you need to perform a chi-square analysis.
  2. Perform a chi-square analysis on that data set.
  3. Write up the analysis to include the summary table and the common statistics involved.
  4. Name the files WS6-2_Analysis and WS6-2_Excel.
  5. The Excel file will be based on the Chi-Square 10 by 10 template.
  6. When you have completed your assignment, save copies for yourself and submit copies to your instructor by the end of the workshop.

Preview Rubric
6.2 Assignment (4C x 4L) (40 Points)

This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method.CriteriaExemplaryProficientNeeds ImprovementInsufficiently DemonstratedCriterion ScorePaper Statistics10 points

You demonstrated a clear and correct set of statistics for the chi-square statistic and p-value.

9 points

(8-9 points possible)

You demonstrated a competent set of statistics for the chi-square statistic and p-value.

7 points

(6-7 points possible)

You demonstrated a slight understanding when writing the set of statistics for the chi-square statistic and p-value.

5 points

(0-5 points possible)

You demonstrated little to no understanding of writing the statistics for the chi-square statistic and p-value.

/ 10Paper Research Questions10 points

You demonstrated a clear and correct set of research questions.

9 points

(8-9 points possible)

You demonstrated a competent set of research questions.

7 points

(6-7 points possible)

You demonstrated a slight understanding when creating the research set of questions.

5 points

(0-5 points possible)

You demonstrated little to no understanding of creating the research set of questions.

/ 10Paper Interpretations10 points

You demonstrated a clear and correct set of interpretations.

9 points

(8-9 points possible)

You demonstrated a competent set of interpretations.

7 points

(6-7 points possible)

You demonstrated a slight understanding when writing the set of interpretations.

5 points

(0-5 points possible)

You demonstrated little to no understanding of writing the interpretations.

/ 10Paper Input Values10 points

You demonstrated a correct set of input values for the analysis.

9 points

(8-9 points possible)

You demonstrated a competent set of input values for the analysis.

7 points

(6-7 points possible)

You demonstrated a slight understanding of a correct set of input values for the analysis.

5 points

(0-5 points possible)

You demonstrated little to no understanding of a correct set of input values for the analysis.

/ 10

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