SPSS/Marketing Data Analytics

Exercise 2: Practice Cluster Example

Run k-means cluster analysis using all the variables to identify 2 segments. Interpret and report the outcome of the analysis.

Run k-means cluster analysis using all the variables to identify 3 segments. Interpret and report the outcome of the analysis.

Compare the two analyses and which one would you prefer? Why?

Exercise 3: Chipotle Survey Data

Classify Each Variable Into The Following:

Demographic

Psychographic

Behavioral

Marketing mix

Not to be used

Run cluster analysis for demographic variables, using k-means method, and investigate the segments quantitatively and qualitatively.

Run cluster analysis for psychographic variables, using k-means method, and investigate the segments quantitatively and qualitatively.

Run cluster analysis for behavioral variables, using k-means method, and investigate the segments quantitatively and qualitatively.

Which cluster would you recommend as a primary target, and why? Conduct means analysis to support your choice for all three segmentation procedures.

MATH 102 – Regression Towards the Mean, Part One

One of his most famous studies compared the height of a child to the average of his/her parents. Galton concluded the remarkable fact that very tall parents had shorter children and very short parents had tall children. Parents with average height were most likely to produce exceptional children, both very tall and very short. This property is known as regression to the mean—a tendency of all data measurements to revert to a mean, or average, value.
During this week’s lecture you learned that all data must conform to Chebyshev’s Theorem. Many datasets are also distributed normally (but not all!), where 68% of the data must be within one standard deviation away from the mean by the Empirical Rule. Galton’s research emphasizes that it is a fundamental truth of human nature that all data measurements eventually regress towards this mean.
Read Stephen Senn’s article, Francis Galton and Regression to the Mean. Do you agree that all measurements must ultimately regress to the mean over the long term? Or do you think that there are exceptional cases where regression to the mean does not eventually happen. Is it generally true that extremes do not survive?

Total Quality Management

Series of Short and Long Answer Questions (some will require references)
Long Answer Question 1 (700 to 1000 words)
Quality Management PrincipleOne of the quality management principles will be chosen and you will be asked to describe what the quality management principle means to you based on your understanding of the principle as set out in the lecture notes
You will have to support your answer with two journal references.
In addition to the text you will also have to present your thoughts in the form of a mind map

Long Answer Question 2 (700 to 1000 words)
Statistical Process Control
Short Answer Questions (200 to 500 words)
There will be a series of short answer questions taken from the topics in the lecture notes
You will be expected to write short answers to each question (about 3 to 4 paragraphs)
The questions will be designed to test your understanding and application of the concepts presented during the lectures
Journal references will not be required

Business Research (Applied Research)

There are 2 parts in this assignment. For part 1, there’s SPSS data outputs that help you solve each questions. For part 2, you need to solve by hand only for each questions with statistic data.
Just make sure that you need to solve part 1 by computer(word), part 2 by hand written(take a picture of hand writing and paste to word file)

Statistics

However, the timing is specific. The task starts at 6pm EST (Washington DC time). The assignment is given through Canvas. You would go there, go to the assignment, I would give you an access code a few minutes before 6pm, you would enter it, then complete the questions asked under the assignment within the Statistics class. Once you begin, you will have 1 hour to complete. The homework covers Simulations, and Discrete Random Variables.
There is nothing to be done until later today before the assignment starts.

Statistics Homework Help at a Specific Time

However, the timing is specific. The task starts at 6pm EST (Washington DC time). The assignment is given through Canvas. You would go there, go to the assignment, I would give you an access code a few minutes before 6pm, you would enter it, then complete the questions asked under the assignment within the Statistics class. Once you begin, you will have 1 hour to complete.
There is nothing to be done until later today before the assignment starts.

Investigation whether people react more quickly to hazards when cycling during the day than at night

For this purpose, he measures the reaction time (in seconds) of five other students (i ∈ {1, . . . , 5}) to a traffic light changing from green to red at night (Let the random variable for the reaction time at night be X) and during the day (let the random variable for the reaction time during the day is Y)
The table is as the following
Students | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Xi | 1.9 | 2.8 | 2.1 | 2.7 | 2.3
Yi | 2.0 | 2.5 | 1.5 | 2.2 | 1.8
Can the assumption be confirmed on the basis of the available data at a significance level of α = 0.05? To do so, use a distribution-free test and state the associated hypotheses. Calculate the test statistic analytically and make the test decision on the basis of these.
The student wishes to use a parametric test in the following.
(i) Specify an appropriate parametric test and the associated hypotheses that
the student can use. Include a discussion of the assumptions needed.
(ii) Assume below that the assumptions from subtask (i) are met.
Perform the test from subtask (i) analytically. Calculate the test statistic and use it to make your test decision

Math 410 discussion

Discuss how correlation or regression was used, summarize your findings, and share them.
Be sure to include the independent and dependent variable – discuss the impact/relevance of the independent variable.
Instructions
Be sure to post an initial, substantive response by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. MST, and respond to two or more peers with substantive responses by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. MST. A substantive initial post answers the question presented completely and/or asks a thoughtful question pertaining to the topic. Substantive peer responses ask a thoughtful question pertaining to the topic and/or answers a question (in detail) posted by another student or the instructor.

Sec 8.3 HW,Sec 8.4 HW

3 HWDue Date: Sun 07/25/21 11:59 PMNumber of Questions: 7Number of different questions you can try per problem: UnlimitedAssignment with multiple attempts:You may take the assignment as many times as you want before the due date. Your best score will be recorded in the Gradebook.
Automatic partial credit:Automatic partial credit will be given for problems that have more than one “part”.
After you finish the assignmentClick the “Submit Assignment” button to receive credit for the assignment.Assignment Title: Sec 8.4 HW
Due Date: Sun 07/25/21 11:59 PMNumber of Questions: 7Number of different questions you can try per problem: UnlimitedAssignment with multiple attempts:You may take the assignment as many times as you want before the due date. Your best score will be recorded in the Gradebook.
Automatic partial credit:Automatic partial credit will be given for problems that have more than one “part”.

After you finish the assignmentClick the “Submit Assignment” button to receive credit for the assignment.

Theory in Application Discussion

), the U.S. Energy Information Administration (Links to an external site.), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics (Links to an external site.), or the National Center for Education Statistics (Links to an external site.). Your selected news article or website should provide enough information to allow you to fully answer each of the questions below.
Write: For your post, identify your selected news article or website using correct APA formatting followed by your fully developed answers to each of the following:
Describe the role of statistics in the news article or report.
What was the population of the study?
What was the sample?
Do you believe the statistical results are believable and meaningful?
Use the Eight Guidelines for Evaluating a Statistical Study mentioned in Chapter 5B to explain why the results are believable and meaningful (or why not).
What sorts of statistics (e.g., graphical, non-graphical, hypotheses, correlation, averages, etc.) were used in the report?
How was the data distributed?
How are distribution and variation important in any statistical study?
Was any margin of error mentioned in the report?
If no margin of error was mentioned, then assume that it is 2%. Interpret the margin of error in terms of 95% confidence interval.
Showcase your critical thinking skills and include supporting detail to back up your conclusions.
Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. It should show all the required math work and explain all the steps. Also include a simple reference for any used resource. For example: Washington Post dated August 13, 2018 or retrieved from .
Address all questions. You can use subheadings.