##### Asked by: Laarbi Patarata

asked in category: General Last Updated: 19th May, 2020

# What is the statistical problem solving process?

**STATISTICAL PROBLEM SOLVING**CYCLE

It almost always starts with a **problem**; students then collect information, **process** and analyse it and draw conclusions. Finally they have to decide whether their conclusions provide a sensible solution to the **problem**. If not, they have to reconsider their approach.

Moreover, what is statistical problem solving?

**Statistical problem solving** does involve **Statistical** Process Control (SPC) which is a random sample inspection of the output from a process and determines the ultimate decision as to whether the process is producing products with characteristics that fall within a predetermined range.

Subsequently, question is, what is the process of statistical investigation? The **statistical** data **investigation process** is how real problems are tackled by statisticians and people who use **statistics**. The whole **process** of a **statistical** data **investigation** involves everything from first thoughts, through planning, collecting and exploring data, to reporting on its features.

Beside this, what is the 4 step process in statistics?

Collect (Produce Data): design and implement a plan to collect appropriate data. Data can be collected through numerous methods, such as observations, interviews, questionnaires, databases, samplings or experimentation. 3. **Process** (Analyze the Data): organize and summarize the data by graphical or numerical methods.

What are the five basic steps in a statistical study?

**The steps in a scientifically rigorous study are the following:**

- Research Phase. Define the Problem and Research Question. Literature Review.
- Operationalize Phase. Define your variables and measurement techniques.
- Data Collection.
- Statistically analyze data and draw conclusions.
- Communicate the results.