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Title "Gifting" your data to another
Long Title "Gifting" your data to another
Contributor Michele a. Carter, PhD (mcarter@utmb.edu)
CTSA UTMB Galveston
Case Study Provided Since Dunn's laboratory section has an odd number of students, Elaine Estoban has chosen to work on her own rather than in a group of three. She works very hard during lab periods and has done well in the course. One evening while reviewing her data, she discovers that they make no sense. There is no line generated when the results are plotted, and Estoban is at a loss as to what to do. She calls Dunn to ask for advice. As far as they can tell, Estoban has been plotting the data properly and understands the principles the experiment was designed to demonstrate. Dunn says that Estoban should take his own data set, modify it a bit, and then use that to write her report. Dunn dictates his data to Estoban over the phone, and Estoban then does as Dunn suggests to prepare her report.
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Topic revision: r1 - 23 Apr 2012 - 18:18:02 - MaryBanach
 

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