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The Statistics Project
assignment has been broken down into multiple parts and you will
complete these parts throughout the course. This week's assignment
allows you to become familiar with opening data and viewing it in
Microsoft^{®} Excel^{®} and using the Analysis
Toolpak. In research, the individual data points are entered into
databases, but for the purpose of this course, the data is provided
in a spreadsheet for you in the Happiness and Engagement
Dataset.

**Imagine** you have been asked to enhance workplace
happiness and engagement at your company. You have conducted a
survey and gathered data on the gender, age, relationship with
direct supervisor, telecommute schedule, relationship with
coworkers, along with the ratings for workplace happiness and
workplace engagement for 50 individuals in your department. You
must determine what variables affect workplace happiness and
engagement. The first step is to run descriptive statistics on each
variable to learn more about the data you have collected.

**Calculate** descriptive statistics for the following
variables in the provided Microsoft^{®} Excel^{®}
dataset:

- Gender
- Age
- Relationship with Direct Supervisor
- Telecommute Schedule
- Relationship with Coworkers
- Workplace Happiness Rating
- Workplace Engagement Rating

**Write**
a 125- to 175-word summary of your interpretation of the
descriptive results for each variable. Copy and paste the
Microsoft^{®} Excel^{®} output below your
summary.

Answer #1

The gender variable, the direct relationship, the peer
relationship, are either secondary variables or variables (I can
tell you who are secondary names and who is the ancestor after
looking at the data), and the other variables seem to be space or
proportion.

So you need to find frequency tables and descriptive statistics.
This made it difficult for you to interpret summary statistics
because nominal or abstract variables cannot be interpreted using
descriptive statistics.

For example, the translation of the life expectancy variable is a
life expectancy of 32 years with a standard deviation of 0.6, which
means that on average everyone is 0.6 years away from the average
age.

The assignment is:
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each of the categorical variables and descriptive
statistics for each of the continuous variables.
Consider also creating a graph or chart in SPSS to describe these
distributions.
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category (e.g., less than 7 people in a category), think about
combining that category with another if it makes conceptual sense
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