Examples Of Inferential Statistics

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4.1 Introduction.
In this chapter, this describes results of the data analysis. Data collected through the questionnaire survey were fed into SPSS 16.0 (a statistical software tool) in order to generate a comprehensive analysis of the study which is discussed in this chapter. This chapter mainly consists with descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Under inferential statistics, reliability analysis and a logistic regression has been done. Descriptive statistics are used to represent analyzed data in a meaningful and a clear way.

4.2 Reliability Test.
Reliability analysis for this research allowed studying the properties of measurements and scales and the items that compose scales. Reliability analysis calculates number of commonly
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Having the CronBach’s Alpha up to the required level, the analysis has been done according to the methodology.
4.3 Descriptive statistics.
In this research descriptive statistics has been used to describe, show and summarize raw data in a meaningful way. Descriptive statistics are very crucial since presenting raw data are hard to visualize. In this study the author has used different type of methods to summarize data such as tabulated description (tables) and statistical commentary (discussion of the results).
The descriptive analysis for this raw data set was done through a crosstab analysis and the table received from the crosstab analysis is shown in Table 4.2.
Table 4.2 Descriptive Statistics

Employment Fast moving consumer goods Diversified Holdings Banking Sector Count Table N % Count Table N % Count Table N %
Audits True 25 31.6% 19 24.1% 15
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Apart from the supply chain audits, in the fast moving consumer goods industry, it is revealed that around 34.2% has supply chain integrations within the company where around 5.1% of the fast moving consumer goods industry does not have integrations in their companies.
Furthermore, in the diversified holdings section of employment it is found out that 24.1% do have supply chain audits on their companies where as a percentage of 7.6 out of the sample does not seem to have any supply chain audits engaged in their companies. When it comes to integrations of diversified holdings sector, 25.3% seems to have supply chain integrations within their companies and a percentage of 6.3 do not seem to have any supply chain

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