Project #6686 - Discrete Mathmatics

 

Web Server Statistics for Computer Science Department

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1

220506

43864

56913

11321

13400

7220

14299

8847

42

1456

296599

2

230004

46000.8

67033

13406.6

12400

8734

15003

8443

39

1501

300003

3

198080

39616

45002

9000.4

12334

5900

11480

7789

32

1580

300134

4

243058

48611.6

68500

13700

15890

4350

17490

5003

80

1805

378994

5

332800

66560

71034

14206.8

21890

11780

21789

11890

45

2150

459045

6

231890

46378

68456

13691.2

13450

7978

13899

9041

29

1489

295600

7

235450

47090

75344

15068.8

13789

7448

15890

8990

30

1490

295450

8

245455

49091

61789

12357.8

18332

14455

12334

8733

41

1491

298837

9

228944

45788.8

59845

11969

13450

7280

14300

8850

41

1600

301890

1.A complete overview of the data, identifying anomalies in different weeks, and the weeks that the data are not regular.

    1. Choose 5 different sections of data, and complete the following:
    2. Examine these sections.
  • Discuss why this data was selected.
  • Use Excel to obtain information about the data.
  1. Provide the measures of tendency and dispersion for each of the 5 different sections of data you selected.
    1. Provide 1 chart or graph for each of the 5 processed sections. This may be a pie or bar chart or a histogram.
    2. Label the chart or graph clearly.
  • Explain why the graph you provided gave a good visual representation of the data.
  1. Explain why charts and graphs are important in conveying information in a visual format.
  2. Explain why standard deviation and variation are important.
  3. Research how statistics are used in information technology (IT), and provide references for your research.

Subject Computer
Due By (Pacific Time) 05/26/2013 12:00 am
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