Data Analysis Plan

For this section of your research proposal assignment, you will carefully design a plan for analyzing your quantitative data. Explain in detail how you will go about analyzing your data. Be sure to:

Include definitions of all variables
Identify your null hypothesis and research hypothesis
Include the type of analysis to be conducted (correlation, t-test, confidence interval, regression, ANOVA, ANCOVA, etc.)
Explain why this type of analysis is most appropriate for your research
Identify the significance level (typically set to .05, but may be set to .01 or .10)
Explain what results you are looking for in your quantitative study (how will you know if you will accept or reject your null and research hypothesis?)
APA formatting, references, and citations are required.

Please help me make a data analysis plan out of the source I will provide you with.
The proposal is comparing survival rates and neurological outcomes of patients treated with normothermia vs hypothermia in patients who suffer from cardiac arrest. pages can be more if need be.

Correlation analysis

Le May, M. , Osborne, C. , Russo, J. , So, D. , Chong, A. Y. , Dick, A. , Froeschl, M. , Glover, C. , Hibbert, B. , Marquis, J. , De Roock, S. , Labinaz, M. , Bernick, J. , Marshall, S. , Maze, R. & Wells, G. (2021). Effect of Moderate vs Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia on Mortality and Neurologic Outcomes in Comatose Survivors of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. JAMA, 326 (15), 1494-1503. doi: 10.1001/jama.2021.15703.

Koren, O., Rozner, E., Yosefia, S., & Turgeman, Y. (2020). Therapeutic hypothermia after out of hospital cardiac arrest improve 1-year survival rate for selective patients. PLoS One, 15(1)

Josef, D., Tobias, C., Gisela, L., Jakobsen, J. C., Levin, H., Ullén Susann, Rylander, C., Wise, M. P., Mauro, O., Alain, C., Bělohlávek, J., Jan, H., Manoj, S., Kirkegaard, H., Young, P. J., Pelosi, P., Storm, C., Taccone, F. S., Joannidis, M., . . . Friberg, H. (2021). Hypothermia versus Normothermia after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. The New England Journal of Medicine, 384(24), 2283-2294.