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Practical Data Analysis with JMP® by Robert Carver

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Application

Now that you have completed all of the activities in this chapter, use the concepts and techniques you've learned to respond to these questions.

  1. Scenario: We'll continue to examine the World Development Indicators data in BirthRate 2005. We'll broaden our analysis to work with other variables in that file:

    • Provider: Source of maternity leave benefits (public, private or a combination of both).

    • Fertil: Average number of births per woman during child-bearing years.

    • MortUnder5: Deaths, children under 5 years per 1,000 live births.

    • Mortlnfant: Deaths, infants per 1,000 live births.

    1. Create a mosaic plot and contingency table for the Provider and Region columns. Report on what you find.

    2. Use appropriate methods to investigate how fertility rates ...

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