Biostatistics & Descriptive statistics (SLP 1)

SOLUTION AT Australian Expert Writers

Open the dataset  (attached) that will be used      for the Session Long for this course. The variables are labeled      across the top, one per column. There are 300 people in this dataset, with      each row representing an ’s data. 
– Label the types of variables in the project and describe, in words, the possible values of each category. 
– List and describe the types of data that may be collected in a study, including binary, categorical, nominal, ordinal, and continuous variables. (For instance, “gender” is binary and possible values include “male” versus “female.”)  Do this for all of the variables in the study.
Using      the provided dataset, calculate the appropriate for      each of the variables in the dataset. 
– Include a 2- to 3-page explanation of the descriptive statistics, including tables of the summarized data, similar to a “Results” section in a published manuscript or journal article.
SLP Expectations
Length: SLP Assignment should be at least 4 pages (1000 words) in length, APA format
References: Must use 4 references from academic sources(e.g., peer-reviewed journal articles). * You may use any required readings from this module for your four references. 
Organization: Subheadings should be used to organize your according to each question.
Useful resources:
Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2013) Statistical language – Measures of central tendency. Retrieved from
Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2013). Statistical language – What are variables? Retrieved from
Davies, A. (2017). Statistics: An Introduction. Washington, D.C.: Press. Retrieved from Trident Online Library.
Lowry Richard (2019). VassarStats: Website for Statistical Computation. Retrieved from
Joseph, L. (2014). Statistics formula: Mean, median, mode, and standard deviation. Retrieved from
Khan Academy. (2016). Descriptive statistics. Retrieved from
Laerd Statistics. (201.3) Types of variables. Retrieved from
Lake Tahoe Community College. Mean, mode, median, and standard deviation. Retrieved from
StatTrek. (2016). One-way tables in statistics. Retrieved from
StatTrek. (2016). Two-way tables in statistics. Retrieved from

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