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 Mathematical and statistical analysis of the results

Based on the data obtained, it is possible to construct schemes of significant relationships between the obtained indicators.
1 group
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The hierarchy structure between significant indicators (greater than 0.75) affecting the aggressiveness of group 1
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Based on the data obtained, it is possible to construct schemes of significant connections between the obtained indicators.
2 group
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The hierarchy structure between significant indicators (greater than 0.75) affecting the aggressiveness of the 2 groups
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Based on the data obtained, it is possible to construct schemes of significant connections between the obtained indicators
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3 group
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The hierarchy structure between significant indicators (greater than 0.75), affecting the aggressiveness of 3 groups
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Based on the results obtained, it can be said that the aggressiveness of each of the three groups is influenced by various factors, and their relationship with aggressiveness in each of their groups is ambiguous.  << Previous   Next >>  = Skip to textbook content = 
 Mathematical and statistical analysis of the results
  Methods of processing and analysis of the results
For processing and analysis of the obtained data, methods of mathematical statistics were used (significance of differences using Student's ttest, correlation and factor analyzes) using the Statistica computer program. Correlation analysis is a set of methods for statistical research of the interdependence between variables related to correlation relationships.
 Description and analysis of the results
The results of the questionnaire allowed us to identify the attitude to military service, selfattitude and selfesteem of personal qualities, motives of professional activity, satisfaction with the service and experience of joining new collectives. The results of women and men can be seen in the following tables. Results of a questionnaire for women’s military personnel Table 1 Thus, among
 NONPARAMETRIC METHODS FOR ASSESSING THE RELIABILITY OF RESULTS OF A STATISTICAL STUDY. COMPLIANCE CRITERION (CHISQUARE)
LESSON PURPOSE: To master the methodology for calculating and using the conformity criterion to determine the accuracy of the discrepancy between several compared groups of studied phenomena. LESSONS: The students prepare for the practical lesson on the recommended literature and complete their individual homework. The teacher checks for 10 minutes
 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DIAGNOSTIC FORCE OF THE TEST
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF DIAGNOSTIC FORCE
 Methods of analysis and interpretation of data, obtaining empirically sound generalizations, conclusions and recommendations
The final stage of empirical sociological research involves the processing, analysis and interpretation of data, obtaining empirically sound generalizations, conclusions and recommendations. Data processing includes the following components: 1) Editing and coding of information. The main purpose of this step is to unify and formalize the information that was received in
 Stage 4. Comparison of portraits drawn up and discussion of the results.
For girls, the comparison of these series is carried out by calculating Spearman's rank correlation between the following indicators: • results of the ranking of images “ideal woman” and “good mother”; • results of ranking their own qualities and the image of a “good mother”; • The results of ranking their own qualities and the image of the “ideal woman”. As a result, we get the indicators:
 Obtaining blood samples for analysis
In practice, an analysis of arterial blood gases is usually carried out, although with any difficulties it is permissible to examine capillary or venous blood. PvO2 is normally 40 mm Hg CT and reflects tissue oxygen extraction, but not lung function. PvO2 is usually 46 mm Hg CT above PaCO2. Therefore, the pH of venous blood is 0.05 lower than the pH of arterial blood. Despite these limitations, gas analysis
 Analysis of the results of psychological analysis of the 1st and 2nd periods of activity led to the following understanding of the generalized structure of the state of psychological readiness
It consists, as it were, of two motivatedvolitional components: k1 and k2 k1: motives of responsibility and duty, a state of confidence; K2: motives of hostilities, a state of decisiveness. Moreover, the structure of the “state of confidence” is the motive for success; selfconfidence, calculation; selfcontrol; experiencing the state significance of the success of their activities. The structure of the “state
 Comparative analysis of the main modes of obtaining Doppler information
For a more effective application of each of the modes in determining the tactics of ultrasound examination, you can use the comparative table of the possibilities of these methods (Table 2). Table 2 Characteristics of the main modes of obtaining Doppler information {foto7} Continuation of Table 2
 The main scientific results obtained personally by the applicant, and their scientific novelty
Theoretical approaches to the problems of examination are generalized, this concept is considered as: mandatory information obtaining, its research (analysis), assessment, development of proposals and possible ways to develop in the form of a conclusion, if there is special knowledge from an expert (involved specialist). It is shown that acmeological examination in professional activities
 QUICK INTERPRETATION OF HRV ANALYSIS RESULTS
When analyzing HRV indicators, as a rule, it is required: • to distinguish between primary and secondary indicators; • know the purpose and standards of the most important indicators of HRV; • understand what the deviation of a particular indicator in a certain direction means. When analyzing graphs, it is necessary: • to clearly understand how a particular graph is constructed (which is plotted along the X axis, along the Y axis, etc.).

