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Pertinent to study findings, initially descriptive statistics of study variables i.e capital structure and profitability ratios are presented and later correlation coefficient values to examine the nexus between capital structure and profitability are described.
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.
In practice this is expressed as two chapters of analyses of quantitative data at national and/or metropolitan area scales, followed by four chapters of qualitative case studies and some spatial descriptive statistics. Yu (Chapter 7) deserves special recognition for a particularly compelling integration of interviews with quantitative data.
Statistical analysis: In the experiment with three replications, descriptive statistics for all the quantitative traits such as fruit yield, fruit number, fruit index and soluble solid content were expressed as mean +- SE.
Part 2 explains Descriptive Statistics involving graphs and tables.
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.
Descriptive statistics results for 'waste elimination' (Table 6) are very unanimous, similarly as for 'maintenance' (Table 7) where only greater deviation by claim nr.
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: