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    This article used the appropriate statistical procedures for the study. Using descriptive statistics and Pearson’s correlation allows the researcher to reveal if any correlation coefficients among variables are found. Also, using the path analysis to find the relationships among the variables was a key factor. The sample was significant for the study and the path analysis model because it required a large number of cases and this study had 2,565 participants. The responses from the survey allowed the researcher to use factor analysis to find the types of subscales. It was useful since it allowed finding the most common responses from the participants. Factor analysis creates clusters based on both categorical and continuous variables (Green & Salkind, 2014). To answer the third hypotheses a multilevel modeling was used to avoid any independence of residuals assumptions. This statistical procedure was use since the data can be organized in more than one level. This analysis provided an additional tool to evaluate the data. In addition, the multilevel modeling was used to control for school random effect and for the diverse organizational characteristics. Because of the two types of job satisfaction results a multilevel modeling procedure was conducted. Various components were differently associated the two types of satisfaction. This study utilized the appropriate statistical procedures to find the hypotheses. The data indicated that job satisfaction for teachers come…

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    conversion rate. • Increased sales. • Content that is displayed in a more appealing way for the customers. • Low risk. • More visits in each page. • Experimenting leads to kill the highest paid person’s opinion. Some Cons of A/B Testing Of course, not everything is perfect (Harvard Business Review, 2014), some of the Cons of A/B testing are: • Too much time may be spent in experimentation when what is needed is a fundamental redesign and overhaul of the entire website. • Takes time to run each…

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    however, an excessive amount of reliance on A/B could mean we 're making alterations too slowly. 7. Multivariate Testing (MVT) Multivariate testing is a method for trying out a speculation wherein more than one variables are modified. The intention of multivariate testing is to find out which blend of variants performs the better out of the entire possible combos. A multivariate scan will exchange multiple elements. Variety combination of elements is mixed and modified to create the new content…

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    Results In the univariate analysis factors race and side proved to be insignificant by the Wald test at 5% significance level. Hence the eruption sequence does not significantly differ among the Races and remains unchanged between left and right side in the mouth. Then a multivariate CoxPH model was fitted using variables District, SS, gender, jaw and type which were the significant variables in the univariate analysis. These five variables continued to be significant in the fitted multivariable…

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    two years studying physics, I dedicated to get my bachelor 's degree in statistics as soon as possible. Therefore, I became the first student who completed his bachelor 's degree successfully in six semesters which took three years. My professors, friends and family was proud of their outstanding student, friend and…

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    Giving the students more of an opportunity for privacy. It will be more convenient for student to be given a written survey because although I would like to have the questions available on a computer, be it in school or in there house, there is more likely of a chance for children who are raised in poverty not owning a computer. I will try and make sure that the survey questions are good questions by making sure they are not open ended or double barreled. All of the information collected in this…

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    Statistics review: Role of statistics in animal sciences Abstract This review throws the light on applications of statistics in animal sciences, and answering the question of how are statistics playing a vital role in veterinary field and biology .Also it presents different statistical methods that can be used in different studies. The basic statistical concepts should be known. The subject of statistics includes, design of a study that it will provide the biologist with the most information…

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    To overcome this limitation, we will over-express MRs of CRPC (that are not sufficiently expressed/active) in cell lines used for functional in vitro and in vivo validation in Aim 3.1 (Validation of drug combinations). Secondly, since therapeutic response is dose-dependent, we will perform a short pilot study to determine optimal drug dosages for single and combination drugs. Thirdly, we understand that survival analysis might depend on multiple factors, including age, Gleason score,…

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    been developed from these questions, and justified in the literature review section. Therefore, the data analysis will be pursued to gather evidence pertaining to the several concepts identified. Quantitative data from the questiormaire survey will be analyzed by utilizing the Statistical Package for Social Science version 22 (SPSS V.22) and SmartPLS v.3. These software packages have been widely used by researchers in various disciplines. Below are the steps that will be followed in the data…

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    non-zero, thus, the model is succeed. In addition, it shows that EDUC, SQRDHHSIZE, HSIZEAVG are all significate at 5% significate level since the t-test can be rejected. EDUC and BEERSHARE are negative related. When 1 percentage point of EDUC increase, BEERSHRE will decrease around 0.01 percentage point. The unit is percentage point since EDUC is the percentage of university graduates. Same as WRKCH5, whenWRKCH5 increases by 1 percentage point, BEERSHARE will increase by 0.044 percentage point.…

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