Use the data provided in the SPSS file. • Use SPSS for graphs and calculations.
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• Use the data provided in the SPSS files.
• Use SPSS for graphs and calculations.
graphs and calculations:
Description of Sample
(1) What is the proportion of males and females in the sample?
(2) Describe Age in Years (mean and standard deviation).
School
(3) Describe the age at which the sample started school (mean, standard deviation, min, max and frequencies).
(4) What proportion of the sample missed school last week, and what proportion of these missed three or more days?
(5) Draw a clustered bar chart to show the reasons for missing classes by gender.
(6) Draw a simple bar chart to show the proportion of the sample who can read and write.
(7) What proportion of the sample gave up studies this year, and what proportion left because they had to work?
Work
(8) What proportion of the sample worked in the past week? Draw a pie chart to show where they worked.
(9) Draw box plots comparing the total hours worked last week by males and females.
(10) Calculate descriptive statistics for the total hours worked in the past week for males and females (min, max, mean, standard deviation and quartiles).
(11) Draw a scatter diagram to show the relationship between how much money they give to their parents (dependent variable) and how much money they are paid.
(12) What proportion of the sample are working in an unhealthy working environment?
(13) Draw a line graph of child employment over time (use file Data over time.sav)
• Use SPSS for graphs and calculations.
graphs and calculations:
Description of Sample
(1) What is the proportion of males and females in the sample?
(2) Describe Age in Years (mean and standard deviation).
School
(3) Describe the age at which the sample started school (mean, standard deviation, min, max and frequencies).
(4) What proportion of the sample missed school last week, and what proportion of these missed three or more days?
(5) Draw a clustered bar chart to show the reasons for missing classes by gender.
(6) Draw a simple bar chart to show the proportion of the sample who can read and write.
(7) What proportion of the sample gave up studies this year, and what proportion left because they had to work?
Work
(8) What proportion of the sample worked in the past week? Draw a pie chart to show where they worked.
(9) Draw box plots comparing the total hours worked last week by males and females.
(10) Calculate descriptive statistics for the total hours worked in the past week for males and females (min, max, mean, standard deviation and quartiles).
(11) Draw a scatter diagram to show the relationship between how much money they give to their parents (dependent variable) and how much money they are paid.
(12) What proportion of the sample are working in an unhealthy working environment?
(13) Draw a line graph of child employment over time (use file Data over time.sav)
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