Analysis and Interpretation Worksheet Week 8 – RES/724


Assignment ContentComplete the Analysis and Interpretation Worksheet.Note: If you did not submit your transcripts in Week 7, you will need to submit them with this assignment. In addition, please read Ch. 9 to assist with writing memos. Submit the completed worksheet and your coded interview data.Include an APA cover sheetInclude a minimum of three citations________________________________________________________________________________________________Part I: Analysis and Interpretation Interview Data: Select an appropriate analytic procedure to code your interview data. Code your data using a qualitative data analysis program or by hand in a separate document. This process must identify: (1) codes and themes, (2) sub-codes, (3) categories, and (4) subcategories.Discuss your approach to coding the interview data. What procedure(s) did you select? Justify your response.Examine the results of your analytic procedure(s). Identify 2 or 3 initial assertions based on your interpretation of the interview data. Discuss how you arrived at each assertion.Synthesize your initial assertions into a key assertion about the central phenomenon in your mock study.Examine the results of your analytic procedure(s). Identify 2 or 3 initial assertions based on your interpretation of the observation data. Discuss how you arrived at each assertion.Synthesize your initial assertions into a key assertion about the central phenomenon in your mock study. Observation Data: Review the Observation Guide you completed in Week 6, paying attention to your field notes and detailed narrative passages.Compose 2 or 3 analytic memos triggered by your field notes.Memo 1:Memo 2:Memo 3:Compose a meta-memo that synthesizes the primary elements from your analytic memos into a new whole. Part II: Reflection Write a 700- to 1,050-word reflective essay about your experience applying qualitative research methods and the knowledge you have gained from this course. Include your essay in the space below.

analysis health care industry


in Health Care industryHow are the present companies in the industry doing?Is there an opportunity to start a new company there?What will be the business strategy of the company: would it introduce a new product, or would it capture market share by offering lower prices for similar items? Or something else? Please discuss in about 500 words.use this link:https://eresearch.fidelity.com/eresearch/markets_sectors/sectors/sectors_in_market.jhtml?tab=learn&sector=35

Macro Analysis Presentation


Assignment DescriptionIn this assignment, you synthesize the best practice skills and strategies you analyzed in your Macro Analysis Paper in Unit 3 to address a social services organization or practice problem. In your presentation, you need to address the sustainability of the strategies and discuss how these strategies improve the quality of social work services relevant to the identified problem.You present and extend your Macro Analysis Paper by narrating a recorded PowerPoint presentation. Be sure to incorporate any relevant instructor or peer feedback from the Unit 3 assignment into your presentation.Assignment InstructionsTo complete this assignment, design a narrated PowerPoint presentation based on your revised Macro Analysis Paper in Unit 3. In your presentation:Describe the selected problem and the necessity of researching the problem (for example, why it is important to address this problem).Summarize your peer-reviewed research on the topic.Remember to provide APA citations on either the slide or in the notes of the presentation.Present any theory or models identified in your Unit 3 paper.Incorporate the foundations of current research, generalist social work practice skills, client advocacy skills, and additional macro social work resources into the presentation as well.Present your integration of best practice strategies and skills into a holistic plan to address the problem.Explain your reasoning using details and peer-reviewed literature.In addition to synthesizing your Unit 3 paper, you also need to do the following in your presentation:Analyze the sustainability of the proposed strategies, considering the available resources.How will these strategies endure over a long period of time?What are the long-term impacts on the macro practice?Would you need to seek additional resources, and if so, how would you procure them?Describe how implementing these strategies will improve the quality of social work services to address the identified issue.What might occur if there is no intervention?What is likely to change with your identified best practice intervention?Note: Remember to be as detailed as possible in developing your argument and ideas. Also, include relevant, peer-reviewed APA citations to support your analysis throughout the presentation.Additional RequirementsYour presentation should meet the following requirements:Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting standards.References: A minimum of five scholarly resources. All literature cited should be current, with publication dates within the past five years.Slide requirements: 10–15 PowerPoint slides with simple, clear formatting.

entd 261 week 7 Data Analysis


Using MS Excel, create a new workbook with the following (Save as w7_james_shaw.xlsx or w7_james_shaw.xls).As an administrator, you recorded the requests from different locations (i.e. a few states are listed) in the sheet below, you may create your own sheet. You need to explain the collected data. In the table below, you have the requests against the locations. Software Installation requests Software Update requestsHardware Installation requestsWV231215MD1385VA1746DC1462NY741FL292111 You can use any data gathering for your choiceCreate at least 5 statistical functions and graphs relating to the data.From the data discuss the trend (your conclusion, what does this data mean for your planning), You can use the question of “What if… then”https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Introduction-to-What-If-Analysis-22bffa5f-e891-4acc-bf7a-e4645c446fb4Submit your week 7 work in w7_james_shaw.xlsx or w7_james_shaw.xls

We have seen how simple data analysis and simple graphs assist us with telling the story of raw datasets. Now we will learn how the use of advanced graphs play a major “drilling down” deep into the meaning of the data. Assignment: Use RStudio to generat


Graphs to Produce:ggplot2 – Bar Plot: (Use dataset_student_survey_data.csv)x=Smokefill=Exerposition=dodgefacet=Sexx-label=Smokery-label=Countstitle=The Exercise habits of Male and Female students that smoke ggplot2 – Histogram: (Use dataset_us_car_price_data.csv)x=Pricefill=Typefacet=Typex-label=Pricey-label=Freqtitle=Car Price Distribution based on Car Type ggplot2 – Box Plot: (Use dataset_production_of_rice_in_india.csv)x=varietiesy=pricefill=bimasfacet=statusx-label=Rice Varietiesx-label=Pricetitle=India Rice Prices based on Varieties, Land Status, and Bimas Program ggplot2 – Scatter Plot: (Use dataset_production_of_rice_in_india.csv)x=pricey=wageshape=bimascol=bimasfacet=statusmethod=lmse=Fx-label=Rice Pricey=Wagetitle=India Rice Prices vs Wage broken down by Land Status and Bimas ProgramPlease put all screen shots in a MS Word (other word processors are fine to use but save it in MS Word format). Don’t upload the screen shots individually in the assignment folder!

Critical Analysis Portfolio Multimedia Presentation


Assignment 1 7-1
Final Project Part One Submission: Critical Analysis PortfolioTask:
Submit to complete this assignmentSubmit
your final portfolio—an analysis of an issue or event in technology through the
four general education lenses: history, humanities, social sciences, and
natural and applied sciences.Note:
Be sure to incorporate instructor feedback from your final project milestones
into this final submission, particularly Milestones One, Two, and Four.To
complete this assignment, review the Final Project Part One Guidelines and
Rubric document.Assignment
2 7-2 Final Project Part Two Submission:
Multimedia PresentationSubmit
your final multimedia presentation. In this presentation, you’ve had a chance
to reflect on what you have learned about your issue or event, yourself, and
technology through analyzing its impact on society through the four general
education lenses. You will also be able to apply your communication skills and
integrate multimedia elements to communicate your message to an audience.Note:
Be sure to incorporate instructor feedback from your final project milestones,
particularly Milestone Three (the presentation draft), into this final
submission.To complete this assignment, review the Final Project Part Two Guidelines and Rubric document

IDS 403 7-1 Final Project Part One Submission: Critical Analysis Portfolio


Submit your final portfolio—an analysis of an issue or event in technology through the four general education lenses: history, humanities, social sciences, and natural and applied sciences.Note: Be sure to incorporate instructor feedback from your final project milestones into this final submission, particularly Milestones One, Two, and Four.To complete this assignment, review the Final Project Part One Guidelines and Rubric document.

Week 8 – Cyber Law Analysis Paper


The purpose of the Cyberlaw Analysis Paper is to promote student analysis of relevant and current topics that deal with cybersecurity and business concerns. From the topics provided below, you should complete a 5-7 pages long (double spaced) analysis that should dig into the topic. You should limit restating background facts of the topic and should instead focus on bringing in current research to analyze topics within current cyberlaw frameworks. You will be graded based on the rubric provided.Topics you can choose from:Conflicting interests of individuals in privacy as to personal data and of firms that compile such data (e.g., European data protection directive, “cookies” when visiting websites)Protection of privacy interests in electronic transactions (e.g., anonymity and pseudonymity issues)Spamming: rights to do or to stop?Legal infrastructure necessary to enable electronic commerceRegulation of cyberbanking (vis-à-vis money laundering, fraud, tax collection)Constitutionality of mandatory key escrow systemsChallenges to the constitutionality of export control regulations as they affect the teaching of encryption algorithms (e.g., Bernstein v. United States)Constitutionality of the Communications Decency Act (e.g., Reno v. ACLU)Regulating fantasies on the Internet (e.g., U.S. v. Jake Baker)Legal responsibilities vis-à-vis MUDs and MOOsCriminal regulations of computer hackers (e.g., U.S. v. Morris, U.S. v. Riggs, U.S. v. LaMacchia)Jurisdiction in criminal law matters (e.g., U.S. v. Thomas; Minnesota Attorney General on cybergambling)Jurisdiction in civil law matters (e.g., Maritz, Inc. v. Cybergold, Inc.)Cyberspace as its own jurisdictionDispute resolution in cyberspace (e.g., the Virtual Magistrate)The need for new principles to resolve conflicts of laws in cyberspaceTrademark rights and domain names (e.g., MTV v. Adam Curry)INTERNIC and the need for revision of the domain name assignment systemUniversal access to the InternetLiability of intermediate institutions, such as online service providers, for libel, other torts, and copyright infringement (e.g., Cubby v. CompuServe, Stratton-Oakmont v.Liability of intermediate institutions for defective electronic informationUsing technology to protect private or public interests (e.g., V-chip, Clipper Chip, PICS)Electronic Communications Privacy Act (how well does it work, should it be expanded?)Employer and employee interests vis-à-vis electronic privacy (e.g., email and websurfing)Future of legal citations in digital networked environmentsClaims of proprietary rights in electronic versions of judicial opinions and statutesFuture of legal scholarship in digital networked environments (e.g., Hibbitts’ prediction of the death of the law review)Copyright issues arising from linking on the World Wide WebOnline service provider claims of copyright in discussions on their systemsPatent wars in cyberspace (e.g., over digital cash, rights management systems, commercial transaction systems)Antitrust issues in cyberspace (e.g., Justice Dept. investigations of Microsoft over Internet Explorer issues)Other relevant topic approved by the instructor in advance

A between-group one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) compares the mean values of more than two groups. In this assignment, you will review the SPSS output for an ANOVA and use it to answer questions about the means of the groups.


Review the SPSS output file, which reports the results of the between-group (independent group) one-way ANOVA to see if the mean alcohol by volume (%) of the beer differs as a function of quality of the brand as rated by a beer expert (in 2012). Answer the following questions based on your observations of the SPSS output file:Looking at the descriptives (first information), do you see differences in the mean alcohol contents for the three levels of quality? Explain.Looking at the Test for Homogeneity of Variances (Levene Statistic), is it reasonable to proceed with the ANOVA? Is the assumption met, or violated? How do you know?Looking at the results of the ANOVA, is there a significant difference in the mean alcohol content for beers in the three quality groups? How do you know? Write the results in the following format: F(df value) = ___, p value = ______.The pairwise post hoc tests indicate which quality groups’ means are statistically significantly different for the others. Using the results of the Tukey HSD post hoc test, what two quality rating groups had significantly different mean alcohol by volume levels? How do you know?A

Write a paragraph that reflects on your diet analysis report


Write
a paragraph that reflects on your diet analysis report(s) from this
week. Focus specifically on Carbohydrate intake, food choices and
dietary habits. Use any of the below questions to start your
reflection:-What foods/beverages tend to be your primary sources of carbohydrates?-What foods/beverages contribute to intake of added sugars/empty calories?-Did you identify any foods/beverages that you may want to cut back on in your diet? -What strategies can you use to make dietary changes? -Identify alternate options to replace these foods/beverages.-How do any of these responses lend toward you larger course goal?