# module 11

Instructions to begin yourÿScatter Plot Assignment:In this assignment, you will create a Scatter Plot representing data from one of the datasets provided using the instructions below. There areÿseveral steps; please ensure youÿcomplete all of them in sequential order.1.ÿCopy the list of dataÿ(ctrl c) from the document you have just downloaded.2. Click here to go to theÿScatter Plot Generator.3. Delete any numbers that may appear in the Scatter Plot Generator textbox by clicking ‘Reset’ located at the bottom of the textbox.4. Paste (ctrl v) the list of data in the text box. The data are formatted correctly, soÿplease do not re-format.ÿPaste the data exactly as you have copied it from the document. Click ‘Submit Data’.5. Click ‘Scatter Plot’ located immediately above the text box.5. A Scatter Plot representing the plotted points of the 2 independent variables in your dataset will appear.6. Save the Scatter Plot image to your computer as aÿpngÿas follows:ÿRight click on the Scatter Plot image,ÿthenÿclick on ‘save image as’ÿand save to your computer as a png file.DO NOTsave as a web page.7.ÿReturn to Module 11, where you willÿcomplete the assignment in theÿModule 11 Assignment Forum.ÿYou will findfurther instructionswaiting for you there.In Part 2 of this assignment, you will describe the relationship between theÿvariablesÿin your dataset by interpreting the Scatter Plot that you have created. You will describe this relationship by answering the following questions:1. Insert the Scatter Plot you have created into your post.2. Describe the following characteristics of the correlation result as interpreted from the Scatter Plot youÿjust created:- strength- direction3. Is this aÿPearson rÿScatter Plot or aÿSpearman RhoÿScatter Plot? Justify your answer.4. Based on your interpretation of the Scatter Plot you have created, formulate aÿnullÿhypothesisÿconsistent with these results.5. What additional information do you need to determine if this correlation is statistically significant? Does the Scatter Plot provide this information? If the correlationÿisÿstatistically significant, does that mean youÿrejectorfail to rejectÿH0?