# Summary and Descriptive Statistics

There is often the requirement to evaluate descriptive statistics for data within the organization or for health care information. Every year the National Cancer Institute collects and publishes data based on patient demographics. Understanding differences between the groups based upon the collected data often informs health care professionals towards research, treatment options, or patient education.

Using the data on the “National Cancer Institute Data” Excel spreadsheet, calculate the descriptive statistics indicated below for each of the Race/Ethnicity groups. Refer to your textbook and the Topic Materials, as needed, for assistance in with creating Excel formulas.

Provide the following descriptive statistics:

• Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median, and Mode
• Measures of Variation:  Variance, Standard Deviation, and Range (a formula is not needed for Range).
• Once the data is calculated, provide a 150-250 word analysis of the descriptive statistics on the spreadsheet. This should include differences and health outcomes between groups.

APA style is not required, but solid academic writing?is expected.

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## Sheet1

 American Indian / Alaska Native (includes Hispanic) Asian / Pacific Islander (includes Hispanic) Black (includes Hispanic) Hispanic (any race) White (includes Hispanic) National Cancer Institute (2018) Lung and bronchus cancer. Retrieved from Janary 8, 2019 from https://seer.cancer.gov/explorer/application.php?site=47&data_type=1&graph_type=2&compareBy=race&chk_sex_1=1&chk_race_5=5&chk_race_4=4&chk_race_3=3&chk_race_6=6&chk_race_2=2&chk_age_range_1=1&chk_data_type_1=1&advopt_precision=1&advopt_display=1&showDataFor=sex_1_and_age_range_1_and_data_type_1 Year of Diagnosis Rate per 100,000 Rate per 100,000 Rate per 100,000 Rate per 100,000 Rate per 100,000 2000 45.7 41.8 77.8 34.2 68.8 2001 47.9 41 79 34.1 68.7 2002 44.6 40.4 75.8 34.1 68 2003 50 40.9 77.3 34.5 67.1 2004 51.7 40.5 75.1 35 65.8 2005 48.7 40.2 73.7 33.8 65.9 2006 46.4 39.8 73.4 32 65.8 2007 43.1 38.8 71.2 32.7 65.2 2008 45 38.5 70.8 32.2 63.9 2009 40.1 39 71.6 31.8 63.1 2010 42.4 37 67.8 30.3 60.4 2011 39.6 36.6 64.1 29.4 58.5 2012 36.6 36.7 64.3 28.2 57.5 2013 39.9 36.6 60.5 28.8 56.3 2014 32 34 61.3 26.8 55.4 2015 38.7 34.4 57.4 26 53.2

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