# Allen County Community College Data Analysis Frequency Table Worksheet

Below is some raw data on 11 subjects that I want you to use and enter first into an Excel file. Then, complete the required statistical analyses. Exercise motivation is divided into two types (variables): paratelic and telic. Paratelic motivation refers to motives for exercising that people feel are spontaneous, exciting, and fun. Telic motivation refers to motives for exercising that are serious and strategies for goal setting and planning. also, make sure that the Analysis ToolPak Add-in is installed in your Excel program. Review Load the Analysis ToolPak in Excel (Links to an external site.) article to learn more.

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 Raw data for analysis Subject # Age Gender Exercise Motivation Paratelic Score Exercise Motivation Telic Score 1000 26 F 26 10 1001 40 F 10 25 1002 58 M 8 22 1003 30 M 15 9 1004 38 M 10 22 1005 49 F 5 30 1006 21 F 22 9 1007 33 F 12 28 1008 60 M 30 5 1009 45 M 15 30 1010 35 M 5 24

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Analyze the Data

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With all data, create a frequency table (Counts, Relative Frequency, and Percent). Review the video tutorial below if you need help: https://youtu.be/fPt5apTEQew

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With ordinal and continuous data, run descriptive statistics, showing Mean, Median, Mode, Standard deviation, etc. Review the video tutorial below if you need help: https://youtu.be/Czgl_VZH370

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Run correlation analyses between paratelic and telic exercise motivation scores. Review the video tutorial below if you need help:

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Obtain P-value for the correlation coefficient r. Review the video tutorial below if you need help:

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Note: Unlike the simple correlation coefficient r, which tells both the strength and direction of the association between two variables, Multiple R tells only the strength of the association and is never a negative value. So, report the simple correlation coefficient r value (rather than Multiple R value) and p-value.

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 Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Excel data file with your completed analysis 70 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOne paragraph narrative summarizing analysis completed and your interpretation of results 20 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeA statement as to how you contributed to this assignment (if completed in pairs) 10 pts