biological dataObiective:You will collect and analyse some biological data in order to answer a biologicalquestion. These data may be in the form of observations or experimentalmeasurements that you yourself have collected, or else taken from internetresources. We strongly encourage you to formulate your own question that you wishto test and the practical session in Week 6 is there to help you achieve this andprovide feedback for you. However, at the end of this document, we have suggestedsome experiments or online data sets, and relevant questions, that you may wish totest if you cannot think of an appropriate thing to measure and test yourself.Approach:You can work in groups of up to three students – so either by yourself or with one ortwo other students. When you’ve collected and analysed the data you will need towrite a report about what you have done. NOTE: Even if you have been doing this asa group project, you should each write a report in your own words.Either by yourself, or with your group, plan a simple experiment or set ofobservations. Your study will take one of two forms: eithera) examine the difference between the mean measurements taken from two ormore groups/samples.