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Hi,
im doing my GCSE Maths statistics coursework (Edexcel) on Mayfield High School Data.
For children in KS3 and KS4, i have the following data:
Year Group
Surname
Forename 1
Forename 2
Years Months
Month of birth
Gender
Hair colour
Eye colour
Left/right handed?
Favourite colour
Favourite type of music
Favourite sport
Favourite subject
Favourite TV programme
Average number of hours TV watched per week
IQ
Height (m)
Weight (kg)
Distance Between Home and School
Means of travel to school
No of siblings
No of pets
KS2 Results English
Maths
Science
I was wondering if you could tell me which line of investigation would be the best in terms of allowing me to show the most skills. I was considering doin height and weight or some similar continuous data. How would i go about writing an 'integrated' detailed hypothesis and what would i need to include in my plan and the project (especially in terms of statistical skills i.e. histograms etc to score highly?
What is meant by the term 'regression analysis' and what is the formula i need to carry it out?
Finally, are there any resources/sites which could help me with this coursework?
Thank you so much for your help.

Question:
statistics coursework higher level

ive just started my GCSE statistics coursework. im at a grammer school and am doing higher tier maths. for my statistics coursework, we are provided with all the figures and info but i have to do sampling and only use a small amount of the data.
i want to do height against weight but how do i do the sampling? also am i meant to use a range of graphs?
thanx
byeeeeeeeeee
A

Question:
GSCE statistics coursework ideas

hello
I am REALLY stuck on ideas for my GCSE statistics coursework task. My teacher gave us a sheet of random ideas and said we can use primary or secondary data, but I dont really understand!
I am not at all sure where to begin looking for data or what sort of data I should be looking for. I do not understand what we will have to do with the data either once we have found it.
I hope you can help me and suggest ideas for my coursework or useful websites to find ideas.
Please help!!!!!!!!
thanks
janiex