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C82MPR – Practical Methods 2 Dr Mark Haselgrove. Week 4: Analysis and Presentation. (1) Recapitulation. (2) Statistical Analysis (a) Complete charts and Graphs (b) Analysis with SPSS. (3) Presentation: Microsoft PowerPoint. Recapitulation. Analysis. (1) Graphs ( Excel ):

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Week 4: Analysis and Presentation

(1) Recapitulation

(2) Statistical Analysis

(a) Complete charts and Graphs

(b) Analysis with SPSS

(3) Presentation: Microsoft PowerPoint

Analysis

(1) Graphs (Excel):

Plot Test data with X, Y and Z.

Plot acquisition data from Stage 1 and Stage 2

Eye-ball the data. Does there seem to be an effect of sex or age?

(2) Analysis (SPSS)

ANOVA (and then post hoc tests) on test data

Analyse data from final trial of stage 1

Analyse data from final trial of stage 2

1-way ANOVA

or t-test

What sorts of things might influence the magnitude

of blocking?

- Can you measure these?

Presentation

(1) Brief Introduction (5 min)

- Background to blocking

- Theories

- How will you test the theories?

- Predictions

(2) Method (3 min)

- What did you do, and how?

- What did you measure?

Presentation

(3) Results (3 min)

- What happened?

- Be descriptive at first, then analytic.

- Describe Experimental stages in order

(4) Discussion (5 min)

- What do the results mean?

- Did they conform to your predictions?

- Any surprising results?

- Weaknesses/ Further research?

(5) Hints and tips on how to give a good talk can be found here

Presentation

Each group to nominate a chair

- Introduces the speakers

- Keeps them on time

- Initiates applause

- HAS A QUESTION