Warner, R. M. (2013). Applied statistics: From bivariate through multivariate techniques (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
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- Chapter 1, “Review of Basic Concepts” (pp. 1–40)
Chapter 1 of Warner provides a succinct overview of basic research concepts that were addressed in the previous quantitative analysis course, including descriptive versus inferential statistics and levels of measurement. At the end of this chapter, you will find a helpful table that illustrates a typical research process for a capstone study.
- Chapter 14, “Multiple Regression With More Than Two Predictors” (pp. 547–610)
Chapter 14 of Warner might seem like a giant leap forward at this point in the course but do not worry. It is a natural progression from the regression you learned in the previous quantitative analysis course, and it explains in straightforward language how to shift your thinking to work with regression models with more than two predictor variables.For your initial discussion response, post by Wednesday 2/26/2020 a 3 to 5 paragraph analysis of your assigned quantitative research design (Recurrent Institutional Cycle Design). Your analysis should include:
- A brief description of the design and where it is most appropriately used
- The assumptions for the design
- The strengths and weaknesses of the design and the threats to internal and external validity
- Analyze the design given in terms of appropriateness, assumptions, strengths and weaknesses, and threats to internal and external validity.
Use a variety of the resources provided in the class as well as resources in the Walden University Library as well as reputable sources found on the internet. Make sure that you are using APA formatted citations to back up your statements and providing APA formatted references.