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. First, consider potential two factors that may affect your heart rate, and pre

. First consider potential two factors that may affect your heart rate and prepare two level conditions (Low condition and High condition) for each factor. For example posture (sitting or standing) and workload (no workload and walking for 3 minutes) may be two potential factors. (10 points) 2. Write your statistical hypotheses (Null and Alternative) and explain them. (10 points) 3. Construct a design of experiment for your two factors and five replicates. (15 points) 4. Conduct your experiment and obtain your original data for all replications in random order. Take a picture of your data collection sheet and include it in the report appendix. (10 points) 5. Input the data properly into excel for 2 way ANOVA analysis. (10 points) 6. Construct graphs that compares heart rate in your Factor-A Factor-B and their interaction. Visually inspect them and write your findings about the three graphs. (15 points) 7. Analyze the obtained data by Two-way ANOVA method in Excel. Interpret the P-value and state which hypothesis your data supports. (15 points) 8. Interpret the analysis result in terms of cardiovascular system. Why do your factors significantly (or not significantly) affect the measurement of your heart rate? Write a half page essay based on our lecture slides textbooks or internet sources. Give your references. (

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) Main Assignment “ Individual Research Practice (70% weighting) Term 1, Academi

) Main Assignment “ Individual Research Practice (70% weighting) Term 1 Academic Year 2020-21 By Prof James Gao You are required to write a proposal of a small-scale research project. The project should be in the subject area that you are studying and should be completed within the period of 6 months by 1 researcher (yourself full-time). The assignment is designed to help you plan your final MSc project but the proposed project does NOT have to be your final MSc project. PART ONE 30 marks§ Write an abstract (or executive summary) of your proposed project with a project title 6. § Write an introduction to the research area 4 problems to be addressed 4 and potential benefits to industry and/or the society 4. § Describe the aims 2 objectives 4 and scope of your project 2. § Describe the novel points of your research (i.e. contribution to knowledge) 4. PART TWO 40 marksWhen you write this part of the assignment report do not follow the style of the ˜Background section of the example proposal used during lectures. You should follow the instructions below: § Obtain copies of 10 references that are of direct relevance to your project. Review the references and write your comments. For each reference you should write one paragraph about its main contribution to knowledge 20 and one paragraph about its shortcomings 10. You should not take the Abstracts and Conclusions directly from the references. § Do NOT include the actual copies of the references in your report use the Harvard referencing system to list the references at the end of your report and cite the references in the main text 5. § Based on your comments on the 10 references write an overall summary of research gaps. 5PART THREE 30 marks§ Describe the approaches and techniques (e.g. case studies data collection methods) to be use in your project 5§ Make a work plan by defining the tasks 4 to be carried out during your project and scheduling the tasks into phases 3 with milestones and deliverables 3 in a Gantt Chart 5. You should give full explanation 4 to the Gantt Chart. § List key deliverables of the project 4 and potential risks 2. SUBMISSION Submit your report with your Gantt Chart (in one single file) through