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Question 1
In Practice Problem in Chapter 5 in the core text (Sullivan, 2012).

Question 2
Read the Framingham study data setView in a new window into R. The dataset is a subset of the data collected as part of the Framingham study and includes ID (unique identification number for each participant), sex (participant sex, 1 denotes men and 2 denotes women), age (age at exam, years), BMI (Body Mass Index, weight in kilograms/height meters squared) and SYSBP (Systolic Blood Pressure, mean of last two of three measurements in mmHg) data on 3,246 participants. NOTE: Although the dataset contains Framingham data ‘as collected’ by Framingham investigators, specific methods were employed to ensure an anonymous dataset that protects patient confidentiality; therefore, this dataset is inappropriate for publication purposes.
How would you apply what you learned in the course to describe or comment the SYSBP data in the Framingham study? (2 points)
#Read the data into R by choosing the file interactively
#Alternatively, read the data into R by specifying the path and filename,
#Please note that the backslash of a path name in Windows has a collision with a R syntax
#We have to either replace the backslashes with forward slashes or put two backslashes where there should be one
#Check whether all data have been read in
dim(proj)
#The R output should be “[1] 3246 5″, which means 3246 rows and 5 columns
#Rows represent participants and columns represent variables
#For example, the first row contains the data for the subject with ID 7351212
#Obtain descriptive statistics of the variable
summary(proj\$SYSBP)
sd(proj\$SYSBP)
#Obtain the histogram of the variable
hist(proj\$SYSBP, breaks=”Sturges”, col=”darkgray”)

Question 3
Question 7 in Practice Problem in Chapter 5 in the core text (Sullivan, 2012).

References

R Core Team (2013). R: A language and environment for statistical computing. R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria. URL http://www.R-project.org/.

Sullivan, L. M. (2012). Essentials of biostatistics in public health (2nd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

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