BATTLE OF BROWSER
Submitted by Group No.1
GROUP MEMBERS
 Abhisheh Bang (P1)
 Amit Nabriya (P3)
 Ashish Ghare (P5)
 Ashish Mathew (P7)
 Harshada Kamli (P9)
 Is...
RESEARCH TOPIC
 Our research topic is “Browser War”. It talks
about the browser using by people in India. It
talks about ...
LITERATURE REVIEW
 Microsoft‟s Internet Explorer is the search engine
giant in the Indian internet space, according to a
...
POPULATION &
SAMPLE DESCRIPTION
 Name
 Age Group
 Occupation
 Internet Usage
DATA COLLECTION
METHODOLOGY
 Survey.
 Convenient Sampling.
HYPOTHESIS
 Null Hypothesis:
◦ H0 : Internet Explorer‟s market share is
constant.
 Alternative Hypothesis:
◦ H1: Interne...
FINDINGS
 The Hypothesis has been tested using
two different questions asked in the
questionnaire.
 In both the cases Z-...
Row Labels
Count of Which Internet browser you
use?
Google Chrome 61.11%
Internet Explorer 6.94%
Mozilla Firefox 27.78%
Ot...
Observed Hypothesized
0.069 0.53
p (as
decimal)
5/72 38/72
p (as
fraction)
4.968 38.16 X
72 72 n
• H0 (NH): Internet Explo...
• Std. Error () : 0.588
• Z = 7.84
• p-value = 2.33
 As the p-value is greater than the 0.05,
We Accept H0.
 Conclusion:...
Row Labels
Count of In future, if you are willing to change which
browser do you prefer?
Google Chrome 54.17%
Internet Exp...
Observed Hypothesized
0.11 0.48 p (as decimal)
8/72 35/72 p (as fraction)
7.92 34.56 X
72 72 n
• H0 (NH): People will swit...
• Std. Error () : 0.589
• Z = 6.28
• p-value = 1.65
As the p-value is greater than the 0.05,
We Accept H0.
 Conclusion:
...
FINAL CONCLUSION
 From the conclusion of both the tests
we can say that Internet Explorer is
loosing its market share to ...
THANK YOU…!!!
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War of Browsers

  1. 1. BATTLE OF BROWSER Submitted by Group No.1
  2. 2. GROUP MEMBERS  Abhisheh Bang (P1)  Amit Nabriya (P3)  Ashish Ghare (P5)  Ashish Mathew (P7)  Harshada Kamli (P9)  Ishan Mahadik (P11)
  3. 3. RESEARCH TOPIC  Our research topic is “Browser War”. It talks about the browser using by people in India. It talks about the browser widely used by the public. The topic which we were given was an article named „Browser War: It’s Chrome vs. Internet Explorer in India‟ by Mr. Viraj Desai in Economic Times dated July 22, 2010.
  4. 4. LITERATURE REVIEW  Microsoft‟s Internet Explorer is the search engine giant in the Indian internet space, according to a leading web statistics tracker.  The Indian market share of IE, the world leader in browsers, has fallen down from 58.5% to 47.7% - a loss of almost 10%.  IE is losing its hold on the browser market to other browsers especially to Google‟s Chrome.
  5. 5. POPULATION & SAMPLE DESCRIPTION  Name  Age Group  Occupation  Internet Usage
  6. 6. DATA COLLECTION METHODOLOGY  Survey.  Convenient Sampling.
  7. 7. HYPOTHESIS  Null Hypothesis: ◦ H0 : Internet Explorer‟s market share is constant.  Alternative Hypothesis: ◦ H1: Internet Explorer‟s market share is decreasing.
  8. 8. FINDINGS  The Hypothesis has been tested using two different questions asked in the questionnaire.  In both the cases Z-Test Of Hypothesis – Single Population using Sample Proportion is used.  The findings of both the tests have been described below.
  9. 9. Row Labels Count of Which Internet browser you use? Google Chrome 61.11% Internet Explorer 6.94% Mozilla Firefox 27.78% Other 4.17% Grand Total 100.00% TEST OF HYPOTHESIS For 1ST Question‟s Data  The data was collected on the basis of the Browser used by the respondents from the sample.
  10. 10. Observed Hypothesized 0.069 0.53 p (as decimal) 5/72 38/72 p (as fraction) 4.968 38.16 X 72 72 n • H0 (NH): Internet Explorer is losing its users. • H1 (AH): Internet Explorer is not losing its users.  Using „Test of Hypothesis for Single Population‟ with Sample Proportion we get the following results.
  11. 11. • Std. Error () : 0.588 • Z = 7.84 • p-value = 2.33  As the p-value is greater than the 0.05, We Accept H0.  Conclusion: We can say that Internet Explorer is losing the number of users.
  12. 12. Row Labels Count of In future, if you are willing to change which browser do you prefer? Google Chrome 54.17% Internet Explorer 9 11.11% Mozilla Firefox 27.78% Other 6.94% Grand Total 100.00% TEST OF HYPOTHESIS For 5th Question‟s Data  The data was collected on the basis of the Browser the respondents wants to switch to.
  13. 13. Observed Hypothesized 0.11 0.48 p (as decimal) 8/72 35/72 p (as fraction) 7.92 34.56 X 72 72 n • H0 (NH): People will switch to Other Browser. • H1 (AH): People will not switch to Other Browser. Using „Test of Hypothesis for Single Population‟ with Sample Proportion we get the following results.
  14. 14. • Std. Error () : 0.589 • Z = 6.28 • p-value = 1.65 As the p-value is greater than the 0.05, We Accept H0.  Conclusion: We can say that people may switch to any other browser than Internet Explorer.
  15. 15. FINAL CONCLUSION  From the conclusion of both the tests we can say that Internet Explorer is loosing its market share to other Browsers, mainly to Google Chrome which is currently the most widely used browser in India.
  16. 16. THANK YOU…!!!

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