Assignment 2: Analytics – Report
分析报告代写 This assignment is the continuation of Assignment 1. For this assessment, write a report after choosing one predictive analytics method that…
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This assignment is the continuation of Assignment 1.
For this assessment, write a report after choosing one predictive analytics method that you have learned and apply the methods in your chosen data set from your first assessment. The focus is on trying to answer some of the research questions you posed.
This assessment supports unit learning outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Assessment details 分析报告代写
What you need to include in your report
Your report will need to include:
- a data description (from data source to data cleaning)
- an introduction section (with at least two research questions)
- a methodology section
- an analysis section about your findings (how well your model is doing and how well it can be used for prediction)
- a conclusion section
- at least twoplots to describe your results (can be located in any section above).
Code: You need to upload your code used for the analysis. We will use this for checking. 分析报告代写
The following samples are the journal article about using the predictive analytics method that we have discussed in class. You do not have to produce the professional report as in the articles below, but it should give you good guidance. They are also a lot longer than what we would expect.
- A logistic regression investigation of the relationship between the Learning Assistant model and failure rates in introductory STEM courses(Alzen, Langdon and Otero, 2018).
- An empirical study on customer segmentation by purchase behaviors using a RFM Model and K-Means algorithm(Wu et al., 2020).
- Citation using APA 7th ed. style(Monash University Library, 2020).
Monash University Library has further information about referencing on their Citing and referencing page.
Assessment criteria 分析报告代写
- Analysis components
- Expression and grammar
Your work will be assessed using the following marking guide:
Assessment 2 marking guide
Less than 50%
Explanation of the problem of interest
|Explanation of the problem is unclear and/or not shown. There is no explanation of the problem to be solved.||Explanation of problem of interest is rudimentary and lacks detail.||Explanation of problem of interest is clear and provides information about the scenario.||Explanation of problem of interest is very clear and provides information about the scenario.||Motivation and explanation of problem of interest, to communicate the scenario. Outline encouraging exploration of other sections. Data sources explained, including limitations that might affect possible analysis and conclusions.|
Rationale for data selection. Description of cleaning procedures and analytics
|Description of chosen data is unclear and/or not shown and demonstrates little or no learning.||Description and rationale is reasonably presented and lists basic learnings from analysis.||Description and rationale is soundly presented and demonstrates some learnings from analysis.||A description of the chosen data and includes an informed rationale for its use. Learnings from analysis are clearly articulated.||List of questions being addressed. Key parts of analysis clearly explained. Detailed and concise explanation of data being used and what was observed with a comprehensive explanation of the methods used to tidy and wrangle data including reasons.|
|Little or no description of the methods used.||Inadequate description of the methodology.||Moderate or excessive description of the methodology used; in alignment with the research questions and theory without supporting statement.||Most detail about the methodology is included; in alignment with the research questions and theory with minimal supporting statement||Appropriate detail in describing the methodology; in alignment with the research questions and theory with supporting statement.|
Components that communicate the analysis being carried out
|Separate components or tabs not used and/or main questions being addressed is unclear. Inappropriate plot choice and/or not used. Inappropriate user interaction elements and/or not used or do not allow for exploration of data.||Separate components or tabs correspond to main questions being addressed, but lacks detail. Rudimentary choice of data plots and user interaction elements.||Separate components or tabs, that correspond to each of the main questions being addressed. Reasonable choice of data plots and user interaction elements.||Separate components or tabs, that correspond to each of the main questions being addressed. Appropriate choice of data plots and user interaction elements for exploring data.||A discussion section that clearly correspond to each of the main questions being addressed. Highly appropriate choice of data plots included, numerical summaries and application of models.|
|Conclusions incorrect or not based on facts.||Conclusions are correct.||Conclusions relevant, but partially correct or partially incomplete.||Conclusions relevant, but partially correct or partially complete.||Relevant conclusions are explicitly tied to analysis and to context.|
|Expression and grammar:
Scholarly, succinct with correct spelling, grammar and punctuation
|Writing is unscholarly. Many grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors.||Writing is scholarly and wordy. Contains some grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors.||Writing style is scholarly, but wordy. Free from spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.||Writing style is scholarly, free from spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.||Writing style is exceptional, scholarly and succinct that’s free from spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.|
Application of accurate and consistent APA 7th style
|Material used from other sources without citation.||The appropriate referencing style has been used much of the time, but attention needs to be given to reducing the number of errors.||The appropriate referencing style has been used consistently, with few errors.||The appropriate referencing style has been used consistently, with very few errors.||The appropriate referencing style has been used consistently, with no errors. Includes citations for software used, and data sources.|
Assessment declaration and statement of authorship
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- This is an original piece of work and no part has been completed by any other person
- I have read and understood the guidelines on the Student academic integrity policy,and no part of this work has been copied or paraphrased from any other source except where this has been clearly acknowledged in the body of the assessment and included in the reference list
- I have retained a copy of this assessment in the event of it becoming lost or damaged.
I agree and acknowledge that: 分析报告代写
- I have read and understood the declaration and statement of authorship.
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- If I do not agree to the Monash Online Assessment Declaration in this context, the outcome of my assessment may not be valid for assessment purposes and may not be included in my aggregate score for this unit.
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