School of Public Health.

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School of Public HealthEPID6001 Quantitative Methods (Template ofAssessment 1 Quiz 1 Outputs (Semester 1 2019)Key informationSave your outputs:To complete Quiz 1, you need to open the ‘KidsIntake 2019S1QM.dta’ data set fromBlackboard under the “AssessmentsAssessment 1_Quiz 1AssessmentDescription” in Blackboard.When you are answering your questions in Quiz 1, you need to save relevant outputsforQuestions 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, 17, 20, 22, and 24as a WORD document using this templateand save it with a file name as:SURNAME_StudentID_Quiz1.docx. For example,GeorgeSmith will save his outputs as SMITH_12345678_Quiz1.docx.This word document need to submit as evidence to support your answers.Submit your outputsStep 1:When you answered all 25 question in Quiz 1 thru the linkAssessmentsAssessment 1_Quiz 1QUIZ 1 (QMEPID6001)” in Blackboard, you willneed to submit your outputs document inQuestion 26, which allows you upload your outputsfile.Marks will be deducted from your total score (0.5 mark for each missing output) if youdo not provide the outputs.Step 2:After completed your Quiz 1, you will need to submit the same word document ofyour outputs toTurnitinvia the “AssessmentsAssessment 1_Quiz 1Turnitin_Quiz 1(Outputs)” link.Your assignment (quiz) will NOT be marked until it has been submittedtoTurnitin.Description of data setKidsIntake 2019S1QM.dta:This quiz uses information from a fictitious study:A sample of 2-3 year old children(n=66) in WA was randomly selected and their dietary intake were measured. The followingfictitious data setKidsIntake 2019S1QM.dtacontains the results with regard to thesechildren’s energy, iron and vitamin C intake. The dietician conducting the study implementeda small intervention, aiming to improve parents’ knowledge on children’s nutritionalrequirements and healthy eating. The parents’ knowledge (% statements answered correctly)was measured twice: prior to and after the intervention. The variables contained in the dataset are given as follows in Table 1:Table 1: Variables inKidsIntake 2019S1QM.dtaVariableLabelsIDChildren’s IDGENDER1 = Male; 2 = FemaleLOCATIONWhere child lives 1 = Country; 2 = CityENERGYTotal Daily energy intake (in kJ)IRONDaily Iron intake (in mg)VITCDaily Vitamin C intake (in mg)KNOW1Parent’s knowledge before the interventionKNOW2Parent’s knowledge after the intervention (higher values indicateimproved knowledge)Page1of3
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