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  • Lab 7: Logistic
  • Started: Feb
  • Quiz Instructions
  • Start with datafile:
  • titanicpassengers-bbm.jmp
  • Change the file names to: YourFirstName_YourLastName_titanicpassengers.jmp
  • Review what we did in the lab.
  • You must use JMP to answer the following multiple-choice questions. 
  • Note: When you are asked to submit a screen capture, you need to make sure that your name is part of the capture. 

 

Question 1        2 pts

Based on the available data sample, what percentage of the 3rd class passengers were on board that survived the accident?

Group of answer choices

  • 74.5%
  • 25.5%
  • 43%
  • 62%

Question 2        2 pts

What percentage of male on board did not survive the accident?

Group of answer choices

  • 72.3%
  • 19.1%
  • 27.3%
  • 80.9%

 Question 3        2 pts

Develop a simple logistic regression model to test if ‘Age’ is a significant predictor of the outcome ‘survived’.  Based on your analysis, which of the following statements is correct?

Group of answer choices

  • As 'Age' increases, the survival rate also increases.
  • Age is not a significant predictor of the dependent variable ‘survived’
  • Age is a significant predictor of the dependent variable ‘survived’
  • As 'Age' decreases, the survival rate decreases.

 Question 4        2 pts

Share a screenshot to support your answer in Q3. Make sure you use different colors and different markers for passengers who survived and who didn’t.

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 Question 5        2 pts

Develop a simple logistic regression model to test if ‘Fare’ is a significant predictor of the outcome ‘survived’.  Based on your analysis, which of the following statements is correct?

Group of answer choices

  • Fare is not correlated with the dependent variable ‘survived’ because the p-value is more than 0.05
  • Fare is not correlated with ‘survived’ because one of them is a categorical variable
  • As Fare increases, the survival rate decreases
  • Fare is a significant predictor of the dependent variable ‘survived’ because the p-value is less than 0.05

 Question 6        2 pts

Share a screenshot to support your answer in Q5. Make sure you use different colors and different markers for passengers who survived and who didn’t.

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 Question 7        2 pts

As shown in the lab, develop a multiple logistic regression model (use stepwise regression) to predict survival. Which of the following variables is most significant in predicting survival?

Group of answer choices

  • Age
  • Port
  • Sex
  • Passenger class

 Question 8        2 pts

As shown in the lab, develop a multiple logistic regression model (use stepwise regression) to predict survival. Which of the following variables is not significant to predict survival?

Group of answer choices

  • Parents and children
  • Age
  • Port
  • Passenger class

 Question 9        2 pts

Provide a screenshot of appropriate table to support your answer in Q7 & Q8

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 Question 10   2 pts

Provide the screenshot of the equation of the final model (the resulting logit of the probability model, saved as Lin[Yes] in the data table).

 



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