Observational experience to identify data based on people, events, and behaviors

Observational experience to identify data based on people, events, and behaviors that represent a specific population. Go to a coffee shop in your neighborhood, spend a minimum of two hours. Upon arrive gather observations about the environment,
Noise
Perceptions related to people’s behaviors
Number of people present
Number of staff
Facial expressions on customers
Facial expressions on staff
Number of laptops and tablets
Number of perceived business meetings
Sitting along vs 2 or more
Create a chart with of the above-named categories and fill in the numbers upon arrival, and every 15 minutes for a total of eight observations. Using this data set, calculate the mean, mode, and median along with the percent of change that occurs every 15 minutes per observation. Notate if the data being measured is nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio.
Write a 500-750-word paper, based on your observation, identify three things you learned about data and statistics. How might this newly acquired skill translate into patient care?

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