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  • Chi Square Goodness Of Fit Test

    others prefer a major in Leadership or are undecided. Historically, the MBA program at Whatsamatta U has about 40% of their students electing Leadership as their major, 30% selecting Finance as a major, 20% choosing Marketing, and 10% are undecided. Conducting a Chi-Square Goodness of the Fit Test revealed that the class of 200 students does not fit the historical pattern when using a .05 significance level. Therefore, rejecting the null hypothesis. One must establish a comprehension of Chi-Square Testing. The Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test are calculations done on categorical data.…

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  • Capstone Project Reflection

    Overall Reflection Finally, it is time to take a breath and think big picture. Completing the capstone project was exciting yet very challenging. The exciting part of DAT650 and DAT690 is the ability to connect the dots, to piece together everything that is learned throughout this Data Analytics Program. While it extremely disappointing to deliver unexpected failed results, the process of the whole capstone itself was fruitful though challenging. The element of surprise The format and the…

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  • Diabetic Self-Care Model

    (2016) to assess the nurses’ knowledge of diabetes (Francisco, 2013). The instrument comprises 23 items, with 14 items measuring general knowledge of diabetes and 9 items measuring insulin use. Fitzgerald et al. (2016) tested the DKT2 instrument by conducting a study on two samples of diabetes patients. The reliability or internal consistency of the instrument was determined using Cronbach’s alpha while the construct validity was determined by performing hypothesis tests to confirm the…

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  • Advantages Of Distance Metric Learning

    Applying Dropout to Distance Metric 4.Applying Dropout to Training Data 5 .Conclusion 1.Dropout Dropout prevention overfit , and offers many ways a different neural network effectively about the combination index . The term " pressure " refers to the shedding units (hidden and visible) in a neural network. By reducing a unit , we mean temporarily removed from the network, along with all of its incoming and outgoing connections , shown in Figure 1 , in which the unit is a random selection of…

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  • Essay On Cyberspace

    Computers and technology at large have change the lives of many people in the world both positively and negatively. Computers have unveiled many things which have greatly influenced our lives. This has made many teachers and students to adopt their use in classrooms. However, the use of computers in our classrooms have been characterized by over reliance on them. Cyber space have also played key roles in our lives. For instance there is increase in the number of research paper done each day…

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  • Determinative Factors For Teachers Job Motivation

    Also, variant information of the participants included: ages ranged from 22-65, tenure of teachers was between one and 21 years, longevity at the school was one to five years (214 out of 375). Further 79 percent (298) had a bachelor’s degree and 31 percent (31) had a masters degree. Further, 14 items were divided into four sub scales (team harmony, integration with job, commitment to job, and personal development) to make the data collection five-point ‘Job Motivation Scale’. Step 3:…

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  • Annotated Bibliography On Shoppers Impulse Purchases

    International Journal of Applied Services Marketing Perspectives 3.4 (2014): 1283-90. ProQuest. Web. 22 Mar. 2015. The author of “Impact of Celebrities on Customers” was written by Archana Dadhe. Dadhe is Assistant Professor at Department of Management Sciences and Research, G.S.College of Commerce and Economics. Has done Ph.D., MBA, Post Graduate Diploma in Management, and Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management. Having 15 years of experience in the field of Academics. The source was…

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  • Length Of Stay Case Study

    Introduction The dynamics of hospital performance are often associated with effective patients’ care and length of stay (LOS). In this case study, the hospital governance is strategically seeking to reduce LOS in the inpatient setting at four of the system 's hospitals. Generally, we will conduct analyses of the data set that have been provided to identify the hospital that is achieving the lowest LOS using descriptive statistics. Statistical Analysis: Length of Stay Each hospital in the…

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  • The Signal And The Noise By Nate Silver

    computed from knowledge of the probability of each cause and the conditional probability of the outcome of each cause (Google).” It is also important to realize the importance of risk and uncertainty in the design of business models. Silver also discusses these two topics extensively in his book. In this article, I will be discussing them in general as they apply to all businesses but especially healthcare related businesses. In Chapter 8, Silver gives an example of a successful person named…

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  • Marketing Strategy Of Nokia

    Executive summary The aim of this marketing report is to help Nokia in developments of its marketing strategies in 2016. The objective of this report is to analyse the company’s current marketing environment, marketing segmentation, target marketing, market positioning and tactics. Our team worked on the marketing system of Nokia to properly identify the type of marketing strategies and tactics they are current using. The fastly growing rivalry in the world market & coming different advanced…

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