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Section 1: One-Way ANOVA You will need to address the header at the top of the d

Section 1: One-Way ANOVA
You will need to address the header at the top of the data files using the skip command or something similar
This is the carbon dioxide emissions for each state by fuel type. This is emission and energy usage data provided by the US government. HINT: choose either the totals column or one of the categories you are interested in. Remember, you have a categorical variable (states) and a continuous variable for this model. Make sure you are removing the header and the last row of data from the data frame (the last row is a row total).
Do a QQ plot or formal test for normality to determine if the data are normally distributed. Include the graphs in a word document to submit with your R file. If the data is seriously not-normal, determine the appropriate transformation and transform your data.
What are your null and research hypotheses?

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Section 1: One-Way ANOVA You will need to address the header at the top of the d

Section 1: One-Way ANOVA
You will need to address the header at the top of the data files using the skip command or something similar
This is the carbon dioxide emissions for each state by fuel type. This is emission and energy usage data provided by the US government. HINT: choose either the totals column or one of the categories you are interested in. Remember, you have a categorical variable (states) and a continuous variable for this model. Make sure you are removing the header and the last row of data from the data frame (the last row is a row total).
Do a QQ plot or formal test for normality to determine if the data are normally distributed. Include the graphs in a word document to submit with your R file. If the data is seriously not-normal, determine the appropriate transformation and transform your data.
What are your null and research hypotheses?

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Download the iris dataset and use pandas to load in the dataset into a pandas dataframe.

We are going to use some of our knowledge of Pandas to write a simple filter Python script. I am not providing a template. You will need to write a script that contains the “__main__” section along with a single required function. You may also want to include a parse_args function which can be copied and modified from previous assignments.
Data: attached
Instruction:
Download the iris dataset and use pandas to load in the dataset into a pandas dataframe. Write a function named filter that will take an argument, species, which is the species of the iris plant. It will use this species name to filter the dataframe so that it will contain only observations pertaining to the species passed in. It should then use the describe method of dataframes to determine the descriptive statistics of each column. Your function should print this value to the terminal but it should also write the output to a text file. Name this file output.txt.
Your script should also take in user output via command line arguments. The first argument will be the path to your file. The second argument should be the species. You might run your script like this for example:
python3 hw3.py iris.csv “Iris-setosa”
Running your script as in the example should create a file named output.txt in the current working directory that may not have been there already. This file will contain the descriptive statistics for the observations of “Iris-setosa”.

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Write a function named filter that will take an argument, species, which is the species of the iris plant.

We are going to use some of our knowledge of Pandas to write a simple filter Python script. I am not providing a template. You will need to write a script that contains the “__main__” section along with a single required function. You may also want to include a parse_args function which can be copied and modified from previous assignments.
Data: attached
Instruction:
Download the iris dataset and use pandas to load in the dataset into a pandas dataframe. Write a function named filter that will take an argument, species, which is the species of the iris plant. It will use this species name to filter the dataframe so that it will contain only observations pertaining to the species passed in. It should then use the describe method of dataframes to determine the descriptive statistics of each column. Your function should print this value to the terminal but it should also write the output to a text file. Name this file output.txt.
Your script should also take in user output via command line arguments. The first argument will be the path to your file. The second argument should be the species. You might run your script like this for example:
python3 hw3.py iris.csv “Iris-setosa”
Running your script as in the example should create a file named output.txt in the current working directory that may not have been there already. This file will contain the descriptive statistics for the observations of “Iris-setosa”.

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Need a wireframe diagram created for the specified tennis shop webpage.

Webpage is already created and have attached files as needed. Need a wireframe diagram created for the specified Tennis shop webpage. Must be plan format, black and white folder structure design. I have also attached a wireframe example of desired assignment.

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List of arguments: !

Please develop subroutine sort for the below program.
Hint: maxval, minval,maxloc, or/and minloc commands might be helpful.
program Assignment06
implicit none
real (Kind=4),dimension(10):: D
integer:: I
D=(/-68.47,94.11,91.43,-2.92,60.05,-71.62,-15.64,83.14,58.44,91.89/)
call sort(D,’descending’)
do i=1,size(D,dim=1)
print*, D(I)
enddo
contains
subroutine sort(A,order)
!======================================================!
! Subroutine SORT receives a one-dimensional array and !
! sorts it in ascending or descending order. !
! List of Arguments: !
! input-&-output, real, A, an unknown size 1D array.!
! input, character, order, should be ‘ascending’ !
! or ‘descending’ otherwise the array is sorted in !
! ascending order. !
!======================================================!
.
.
end subroutine sort
end program Assignment06

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Discuss the financial concerns of the program and the program amendments of 1983 based on the recommendation of the national commission on social security reform.

Research the history of the United States Social Security program, based on the Social Security Act of 1935. Explain the history of the program, the original design of the program and the expansion of the program. Discuss the financial concerns of the program and the program amendments of 1983 based on the recommendation of the National Commission on Social Security Reform. Discuss your view of future changes that could be implemented to maintain the structure and stability of the program.
Your paper should include at least three professional resources and be in APA format. Approved references are from books, professional journals and magazines. Do not use course notes or lecture notes from this or other courses as references.
Your research paper should have an abstract and be a minimum of four written pages. Use 12 point font and 1 inch margins. The title page and reference page is not included in the four pages, therefore, your paper will be a minimum of six pages. The title page should include the topic title, your name, course name and the date. The paper should be written in your own words. If you use direct quotes, it should be to emphasize a specific point that you are trying to make and direct quotes should not be more then 10% of your overall paper. Your paper should be your original writing and will be submitted through the college software program, Turnitin for authenticity. Papers that have been previously submitted from other courses will not be accepted.

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Do not use course notes or lecture notes from this or other courses as references.

Research the history of the United States Social Security program, based on the Social Security Act of 1935. Explain the history of the program, the original design of the program and the expansion of the program. Discuss the financial concerns of the program and the program amendments of 1983 based on the recommendation of the National Commission on Social Security Reform. Discuss your view of future changes that could be implemented to maintain the structure and stability of the program. Your paper should include at least three professional resources and be in APA format. Approved references are from books, professional journals and magazines. Do not use course notes or lecture notes from this or other courses as references. Your research paper should have an abstract and be a minimum of four written pages. Use 12 point font and 1 inch margins. The title page and reference page is not included in the four pages, therefore, your paper will be a minimum of six pages. The title page should include the topic title, your name, course name and the date. The paper should be written in your own words. If you use direct quotes, it should be to emphasize a specific point that you are trying to make and direct quotes should not be more then 10% of your overall paper. Your paper should be your original writing and will be submitted through the college software program, Turnitin for authenticity. Papers that have been previously submitted from other courses will not be accepted.

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When you read the game, can you make sure the code is a pass/fail, and every level is must be distinct.

So I wrote the game and its attached under game. So the project promp will explain the report part that i need & a powerpoint that’s similar to the example slides attachment. I attached all the files you need.
When you read the game, can you make sure the code is a pass/fail, and every level is must be distinct.

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10 attributes in each table, mentioning if one of the attributes is a primary key or a foreign key

(This assignment should be done on Word Document)
Table is required for this assignment
Today (11/2) we are going over an introduction to SQL and databases. For this we are creating a table/ER diagram for a Spotify/Apple Music database.
Your submission will need
five tables – song, artist, album, user_account, user_payments
10 attributes in each table, mentioning if one of the attributes is a primary key or a foreign key
A generalized idea of what data type each attribute will have
You can submit this as a word document or PDF.