The two parts of the body are:
Part 1: General descriptive statistics. Using tables, graphs, and statistics describe general traits of the population like GPA, height, and handedness. You must analyze the shape, the center, and the spread for quantitative data. You must do this for at least four variables, two of which must be categorical and two numerical.
Part 2: GPA analysis. Using a variety of graphs and statistics, analyze how GPA is affected by at least three different variables like ‘Sex’, ‘Seat’, ‘Alcohol’, and ‘Looks’. For example, to analyze how ‘sex’ affects ‘GPA’, you could create two frequency polygons for GPA; one for females and one for males, and then compare the two. Hint: To do this, you could sort the data so that all the females are listed first and the males are listed second.