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The purpose of this study is to provide a practical planning guide for the actual conditions and the preference by user characteristics in one-room housing. The data collected through questionnaire surveys from the residents of one-room housing in kangnam &inchon. 259 samples are collected and are analyzed by using SPSS-PC. The results are follows: 1) Students: Students prefer monthly rent, down town, officetel type, 8-10py room size, and semi-furnished 2) office worker: They prefer multi function housing mixed office and residence, down town, officetel type, 11-15py, and fully furnished housing. 3) Newly weds: Ordinary habitation site, apt type, 16-18py, and 5:5 division of space(bedroom:others) 4) Seniors: normal habitation site, residence-commerce complex building type, middle corridor type, and 11-15py. 5) Couple with young kids: lease of deposit basis, apt complex site, and 16-18py.
Purpose: The purposes of this study were to assess the trend of use of statistical methodsincluding parametric and nonparametric methods and to evaluate the use of complex statisticalmethodology in recent periodontal studies. Methods: This study analyzed 123 articles published in the Journal of Periodontal & ImplantScience (JPIS) between 2010 and 2014. Frequencies and percentages were calculatedaccording to the number of statistical methods used, the type of statistical method applied,and the type of statistical software used. Results: Most of the published articles considered (64.4%) used statistical methods. Since2011, the percentage of JPIS articles using statistics has increased. On the basis of multiplecounting, we found that the percentage of studies in JPIS using parametric methods was61.1%. Further, complex statistical methods were applied in only 6 of the published studies(5.0%), and nonparametric statistical methods were applied in 77 of the published studies(38.9% of a total of 198 studies considered). Conclusions: We found an increasing trend towards the application of statistical methodsand nonparametric methods in recent periodontal studies and thus, concluded that increaseduse of complex statistical methodology might be preferred by the researchers inthe fields of study covered by JPIS.