Scenario/SummaryThis week’s lab highlights the use of graphics, distributions, and tables to summarize and interpret data.DeliverablesThe deliverable is a Word document with your answers to the questions posed below based on the article you find.Required SoftwareMicrosoft WordInternet access to read articlesSteps to Complete Week 3 LabPart 1:Step 1: Your instructor will provide you with a scholarly article. The article will contain at least one graph and/or table. Familiarize yourself with the article.Part 2:Step 1: Open up a Word Document.Step 2: Title your paper: “Review of [Name of Article]”Step 3: Post a screen shot of a frequency table and/or graph from the article.Example:Frequency Distribution OR GraphStep 4: Answer the following questions about your table or graph.What type of study is used in the article (quantitative or qualitative)? Explain how you came to that conclusion.What type of graph or table did you choose for your lab (bar graph, histogram, stem & leaf plot, etc.)? What characteristics make it this type (you should bring in material that you learned in the course)?Describe the data displayed in your frequency distribution or graph (consider class size, class width, total frequency, list of frequencies, class consistency, explanatory variables, response variables, shapes of distributions, etc.)Draw a conclusion about the data from the graph or frequency distribution in context of the article.How else might this data have been displayed? Discuss pros and cons of 2 other presentation options, such as tables or different graphical displays. Why don’t you think those two graphs were not used in this article?Give the full APA reference of the article you are using for this lab.