Explain why you selected your dataset and the statistical test you applied to that dataset.
Final Project. you should select a research question that interests you, identified the dataset provided that you will use to answer that question, and chosen a statistical test to analyze that data.
As you work on your Final Project, keep these guidelines in mind:
1. Present your research question clearly.
2. Explain why you selected your dataset and the statistical test you applied to that dataset.
3. Detail whether your test has statistical power or not.
4. Use one of the statistical tests covered in this course.
5. Visually display your results, in APA format.
6. Detail how your findings might impact social change.
7. Ensure that your Project is least 8 pages in length, in APA format.
Be sure to review the two documents in the Learning Resources relating to this Project. Throughout this course, in Assignments that followed each new concept that you learned
it is highly recommended that you find your own data
Warner, R. M. (2013). Applied statistics: From bivariate through multivariate techniques (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
Chapter 21, “Reliability, Validity, and Multiple-Item Scales” (pp. 901–952)
This chapter provides an important nugget of wisdom: The analyses you explored in previous weeks will yield meaningful results only if you have a well-specified model and if all the measurements for the variables are reliable and valid. This chapter outlines reliability, validity, and multiple-item scales, which should be acknowledged when evaluating the quality of measurements.