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Descriptive statistics were used to identify students' responses regarding students' perception about teachers' presence during the use of e-learning recourses; placement of e-learning resources in educational setting; effectiveness of instruction by teacher as compared to e-learning resources and greater effectiveness of books and library resources than e-learning resources for learning.
Frequency of hypomagnesemia with HbA1c is calculated by frequency test in descriptive statistics is shown in (table-IV, V).
However, descriptive statistics was the most frequent method of statistical analysis in the published articles while cross-sectional study design was common study design.
Descriptive statistics and correlation analysis were also used to identify the relationship among the variables.
Although Mirion (Introduction to Part Two) makes no such claim that Part Two is organized according to these conceptual areas or research themes, the structure follows that of Part One; two quantitative chapters followed by three case study chapters that contain a blend of descriptive statistics and qualitative methods.
Fruit yield: Table 2 presents results of descriptive statistics and Duncan test for fruit yield in the Strawberry.
Part 2 and 3 on descriptive statistics can be clubbed together with two sub-sections: 'Graphs and Tables' and 'Numerical Measures'.
Data were collected via a Web-based questionnaire and analyzed using descriptive statistics, frequencies, and percentages.
The software offers advanced tools including exploratory data analysis, regression and classification methods, predictive modelling, design of experiments and descriptive statistics.
For nine crucial areas defined from the literature review descriptive statistics results are presented showing the most important topics from lean that should be practiced for effective lean manufacturing.
Table 1 provides descriptive statistics of the primary survey responses for ten DCF assumptions (variables) that are frequently employed in the valuation of office properties:
Chapters address common pitfalls, descriptive statistics, design of experiments, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression and the ANOVA model, and special topics such as clustering and microarray data analysis.