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Each step is demonstrated using the software project data in Table 1. You do not need to understand statistics to follow the "recipe" in Sidebar 1. I simply explain what to do, why we do it, how to interpret the statistical output results, and what to watch out for at each stage.
As much high-quality data as possible One package statistical analysis software A good dose of common sense Step 1: Validate your data Step 2: Select the variables and model Step 3: Perform preliminary analyses using graphs, tables, correlation and stepwise regression analyses Step 4: Build the multi-variable model using analysis of variance Step 5: Check the model Step 6: Extract the equation After you fully understand Steps 1 through 6, which are explained in this chapter, read the case studies in Chapters 2 through 5 to gain experience analyzing more complicated databases and to learn how to transform your equations into management implications.
See Chapter 5 for an example of how to serve your results to your guests.
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If you have time, refer to Chapter 6 to learn more about the different statistical methods used in the recipe. Data Validation The most important step is data validation.
I spend much more time validating data than I do analyzing it. Often, data is not neatly presented to you in one table as it is in this book, but it is in several files that need to be merged and which may include information you do not need or understand.
The data may also exist on different pieces of paper. What do I mean by data validation? In general terms, I mean finding out if you have the right data for your purpose. It is not enough to write a questionnaire and get people to fill it out; you need to have a vision.
Like getting the requirement specifications right before starting to develop the software. Specifically, you need to determine if the values for each variable make sense.
You can waste months trying to make sense out of data that was collected without a clear purpose, and without statistical analysis requirements in mind.
It is much better to get a precise idea of exactly what data you have and how much you trust it before you start analyzing. Regardless of whether the data concerns chocolate bar sales, financial indicators, or software projects, the old maxim "garbage in equals garbage out" applies.
If you find out that something is wrong with the raw data after you have analyzed it, your conclusions are meaningless. In the best case, you may just have to correct something and analyze it all again.
However, if the problem lies with the definition of a variable, it may be impossible to go back and collect the data needed. If you are collecting the data yourself, make sure you ask the right questions the first time.
You may not have a second chance. How to Do It Start off by asking these questions: What is this data? When was the data collected? Why was the data collected? How did that person ensure that everyone understood the definitions? What is the definition of each variable?
What are the units of measurement of each variable? What are the definitions of the values of each variable? Example The software development project data in Table 1. One person entered all project data into a company database and validated it.
The purpose of the data collection was to help manage project portfolios at the bank.
I recommend that you create a table like this for each database you analyze. It is important to be very organized so you can return to your work later and understand it or leave it for someone else to understand.
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This technical analysis looks at data sourced from online job postings to see whether it can provide new and valuable insights on the skills employers ask for when advertising jobs. For this analysis, researchers at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law collected crime data directly from local police departments in America’s 30 largest cities, and then used historical trends to estimate year-end crime numbers.
The objectives of preliminary data analysis are to edit the data to prepare it for further analysis, describe the key features of the data, and summarize the results. This chapter deals with quantitative and qualitative approaches to achieving these objectives.
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