BIAM 510 Week 2 Ilab Exploratory Data Analysis With Rattle

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Scenario/Summary In this iLab with Rattle, you will attempt to look at a data set in order to see what it entails and to create a summary. In this iLab, we will be using Rattle in order to mine for data in a particular data set. The tasks for this iLab are listed below. Understand the basics of numerical summarizations, visual summarizations, and correlational summarizations. Use Rattle to analyze a data set. Student will write answer questions and take notes to compare numerical, visual, and correlational summarizations. After you are done, you will submit your completed iLab to the Week 2 Dropbox. STEP 1: Saving Work in Rattle It is important to watch the video below so you can understand how to open and save work in Rattle. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 2: Start-Up and Brief Review of Statistics It is important to watch the video below so you can understand how to summarize the data in Rattle and learn the basics of statistics so you can complete the rest of the iLab. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the R program. STEP 3: Looking at the Numbers It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what the numbers mean in our data set so you can complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 4: Looking at the Numbers Using a Deeper Analysis It is important to watch the video below so you can understand how to use Rattle to get a deeper understanding of the data. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. You can duplicate the ideas that are presented in the videos by using the Citrix environment, unless you have the software installed locally. STEP 5: Numeric Data It is important to watch the video below so you can use numeric data in visual summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 6:Categorical Data It is important to watch the video below so you can use categorical data in visual summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program STEP 7: Pairwise Comparisons It is important to watch the video below so you can use pairwise comparisons in visual summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 8: Correlational Summarizations It is important to watch the video below so you can use correlational summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. Use the Week 2 iLab Correlational Summarizations Template in Doc Sharing to submit your work for this step. Follow the template instructions as to what results should be included and what questions should be answered. Remember to upload the Week 2 iLab Numerical Summarizations.docx, Week 2 iLab Visual Summarizations.docx, and Week 2 iLab Correlational Summarizations.docx documents to eCollege when you are done. Type step # directions here.

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Scenario/Summary In this iLab with Rattle, you will attempt to look at a data set in order to see what it entails and to create a summary. In this iLab, we will be using Rattle in order to mine for data in a particular data set. The tasks for this iLab are listed below. Understand the basics of numerical summarizations, visual summarizations, and correlational summarizations. Use Rattle to analyze a data set. Student will write answer questions and take notes to compare numerical, visual, and correlational summarizations. After you are done, you will submit your completed iLab to the Week 2 Dropbox. STEP 1: Saving Work in Rattle It is important to watch the video below so you can understand how to open and save work in Rattle. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 2: Start-Up and Brief Review of Statistics It is important to watch the video below so you can understand how to summarize the data in Rattle and learn the basics of statistics so you can complete the rest of the iLab. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the R program. STEP 3: Looking at the Numbers It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what the numbers mean in our data set so you can complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 4: Looking at the Numbers Using a Deeper Analysis It is important to watch the video below so you can understand how to use Rattle to get a deeper understanding of the data. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. You can duplicate the ideas that are presented in the videos by using the Citrix environment, unless you have the software installed locally. STEP 5: Numeric Data It is important to watch the video below so you can use numeric data in visual summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 6:Categorical Data It is important to watch the video below so you can use categorical data in visual summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program STEP 7: Pairwise Comparisons It is important to watch the video below so you can use pairwise comparisons in visual summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. STEP 8: Correlational Summarizations It is important to watch the video below so you can use correlational summarizations. It is important to watch the video below so you can understand what to do in order to complete the rest of the iLab. In addition, you will need to follow the instructions carefully that are posted in the video so you can answer the questions, create the summary copy and paste exercise, and also jot down your notes. If you are not going to install this locally on your computer, you can use the Citrix environment to run the Rattle program. Use the Week 2 iLab Correlational Summarizations Template in Doc Sharing to submit your work for this step. Follow the template instructions as to what results should be included and what questions should be answered. Remember to upload the Week 2 iLab Numerical Summarizations.docx, Week 2 iLab Visual Summarizations.docx, and Week 2 iLab Correlational Summarizations.docx documents to eCollege when you are done. Type step # directions here.

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