Describe the phenomena you are attempting to model and its importance.

Part Two will involve developing a regression model for a topic of your choosing in an attempt
to explain a phenomenon of interest. In doing so, you will be required to locate data on the
Internet and do the appropriate analysis. You will also have to explain your topic of interest, the
variables chosen, and why the variables were chosen, in addition to presenting and explaining
your results. Your paper should include the following:
Introduction – describe the phenomena you are attempting to model and its importance (2 3
Literature Review (find at least two references) – who has done similar work and what were
their findings? (2 – 3 paragraphs)
Data – summary statistics of the data (2 – 3 paragraphs)
Methods and Results – what analysis did you perform and what were the expectations for the
model? Were your results similar to those in the references you used? (3 – 6 paragraphs)
Conclusions (2 – 3 paragraphs)
Your paper must follow current APA standards. Be sure to include tables as necessary and to
label them properly (review the APA manual and the readings from Module 1).
Throughout the course there have been many topics related to analyzing data that you should
consider including in your write-up such as a graph of the data. In the Appendix, you may want
to include graphs used to evaluate normal distribution. A discussion of the results of such
analysis should be included in the results section of the paper.
An example of a potential problem would be house values. Many counties have online tax
records, which include detailed information about a house. Data may include square footage of
a house, whether there is a fireplace, square footage of a deck, whether there is a basement,
finished basement square footage, and lot size. Collecting the data would take a little work and
would require determining how many houses you should collect data from to be able to develop
a model. This topic is off limits but there are many topics available to you.

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