# BME100 f2017:Group3 W0800 L3

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 Name: Joey Green Name: Julian Klein Name: Kenny Le Name: Beerjas Bath Name: Nathan Atwood

# LAB 3 WRITE-UP

## Descriptive Stats and Graph

Pulse Ox vs. Spree Band

-Gold Standard Mean--Pulse Ox Device: 98.09

-Spree Band Mean: 98.95

-Gold Standard Standard Deviation--Pulse Ox Device: 23.03

-Spree Band Standard Deviation: 24.88

-Pearson "R" Value: 0.6908

Oral Thermometer vs. Spree Band

-Gold Standard Mean--Oral Thermometer Device: 96.66

-Spree Band Mean: 95.53

-Gold Standard Standard Deviation--Oral Thermometer Device: 1.922

-Spree Band Standard Deviation: 0.8704

-Pearson "R" Value: 0.1928

## Inferential Stats

Pulse Ox vs. Spree Band

A paired, two-tailed t-test was used to calculate the p-value (0.4271) of the data. After calculating the p-value for heart rate from the given data, a number greater than 0.05 was recorded, meaning that there is no significant statistical difference between the Gold Standard Data and the Spree data. Because of this, the correlation between the data is comparable for heart rate.

Oral Thermometer vs. Spree Band

A paired, two-tailed t-test was used to calculate the p-value (1.097E-21) of the data. After calculating the p-value for temperature from the given data, a number significantly less than 0.05 was recorded, meaning that there is a significant statistical difference between the Gold Standard Data and the Spree data. Because of this statistical difference, the correlation between the data is not comparable for temperature.