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  • STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF INFANT AND CHILD MORTALITY

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    This research is on Statistical analysis of infant and child mortality. Despite the global decline in under-five mortality rate from 90 deaths per 1,000 live births in 1990 to 48 in 2012, Nigeria has failed to record any substantial improvement.  Under-five mortality in Nigeria increased from 138 per 1,000 live births in 2007 to 158 per 1,000 live births in 2011 against the Millennium development Goal target of 71 per 1,000 live births.  The data used in this research is a secondary one; the data was fetched from the medical records department of the ABUTH, Zaria.  The research was carried out to: test for the difference of two means between infant and child mortality rate; estimate infant and child mortality rate; estimate age specific fertility rate; and to determine the trend line and forecast of infant and child mortality. Descriptive statistics, Regression and Correlation analysis are the statistical techniques used for the study. From the regression analysis result obtained, it showed that both infant and child mortality rates has a direct relationship with delivery rates. The correlation analysis result showed that there is a very strong and positive relationship between mortality and delivery rates. The study revealed that infant and child mortality rates will continue to decrease if there can be improvement in the factors under study.

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  • APPLICATION OF DISCRIMANT ANALYSIS TO PREDICT THE CLASS OF DIPLOMA FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

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    This project work is on Application of discrimant analysis to predict the class of diploma for graduating students. This research work is concerned with the application of discriminant analysis to predict the class of diploma for graduating students. Discriminant Analysis was applied using statistical techniques to test for the significance differences between the course and the department. Discriminant Analysis (DA) is concerned with the challenge of classification investigators are confronted with this challenge when the make a number of measurements on an individual and desired to place them in either of the groups.

    Onyeagu S.I (2003) findings revealed that discriminant analysis and classification are multivariate techniques concerned with separating distinct sets of objects or observation and allocation new objects or observations to pre-existing defined groups. Discriminant analysis is rather exploratory in nature. As a clarification procedure, it is often employed on a one time basis purposely to investigate observed distinction when correlation are not well understood, clarification methodological are less exploratory in the sense that they lead to well defined rules which can be utilized for assigning new objects. Discriminant analysis and sorting aid us to describe either graphically (in two or more dimension or observations into two or more groups , the emphasis is on developing a rule that can be utilized to correctly grouped an observation to either of the labeled classes.

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  • STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF INFANT AND CHILD MORTALITY

    ABSTRACT
    This project is on statistical analysis of infant and child mortality. Despite the global decline in under-five mortality rate from 90 deaths per 1,000 live births in 1990 to 48 in 2012, Nigeria has failed to record any substantial improvement. Under-five mortality in Nigeria increased from 138 per 1,000 live births in 2007 to 158 per 1,000 live births in 2011 against the Millennium development Goal target of 71 per 1,000 live births. The data used in this research is a secondary one; the data was fetched from the medical records department of the ABUTH, Zaria. The research was carried out to: test for the difference of two means between infant and child mortality rate; estimate infant and child mortality rate; estimate age specific fertility rate; and to determine the trend line and forecast of infant and child mortality. Descriptive statistics, Regression and Correlation analysis are the statistical techniques used for the study. From the regression analysis result obtained, it showed that both infant and child mortality rates has a direct relationship with delivery rates. The correlation analysis result showed that there is a very strong and positive relationship between mortality and delivery rates. The study revealed that infant and child mortality rates will continue to decrease if there can be improvement in the factors under study.

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