Hey all! I am at wits end and could really use a hand completing a couple analyses using JMP. I'm taking a stats class, and unfortunately I'm having a hard time with it. I have attached a cleaned up data file I created from a U.K. Accident data set, and my hypothesis are as follows: 1: The number of passengers in an automobile will be positively correlated with the number of casualties caused by the accident 2. Male drivers will cause more severe accidents 3. A higher number of car passengers will yield more fatal accidents. The problem I have centers around the type of analyses to use and how to go about it wiht JMP (As I'm learning this software from scratch.) For the first hypothesis, I started with a correlation, and then attempted a regression and got this: Is this correct? I don't quite understand what this data means. For the second hypothesis, I understand that a chi-square analysis is used and I think so far I got that taken care of. However, for the third analysis I'm really stumped. A higher number of car passengers will yield more fatal accidents. For this I think im attempting to regress a discrete variable (Car passengers) with a ordinal variable (degree of fatality) ? And when I attempt to run a regression on that, I get a bunch of stuff. I'm pretty sure I'm wrong. Could anyone take the time to walk me through this? Thanks in advance!
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