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Name/Description Administrator Created Members
Violent Crime in America's Cities
A look into reported violent crime in large American cities, mostly capital cities. This data describes what violent crimes were reported to the local law enforcement of each city. Population of each city and a breakdown of violent crime categories is also included.
leighford@mycwi.ccSep 11, 20131
Curry College MATH 1150 Fall 2013 (Daggett)ddaggett@curry.eduSep 11, 201388
MCS AP Statistics 13-14janet.williams@maranathachristianschools.orgSep 11, 20133
Nebraska Stat 218 -- Fall 2013
Aimee Schwab's Stat 218 sections
unlstat218@gmail.comSep 9, 20131
LDCC Math 210 - Fall 2013martinulmSep 8, 20132
Excelsior fall 2013 group 3dfotn@me.comSep 8, 20133
Math 128 Statistics Online Fall 2013msullivan13803Sep 4, 201348
Riders of Brohan
This is not for any class or reallly for any purpose other than to have awesome people be awesome.
angoralSep 4, 20132
MHS AP Statistics
This is for my AP Statistics Class at MHS
dkemp@mtsd-vt.orgSep 2, 20131
MAT 223 J Fall 2013cgrantfcAug 30, 20132
UMBC Stat 121 FALL 2013
This is for Ms. Kegan's Fall 2013 Stat 121 course at UMBC
bkegan7Aug 27, 2013104
Spring 2014 Math 181 Instructorsdhelgeson@jccc.eduAug 27, 20139
Gallaudet -- MAT 102 -- Fall 2013
This is the group for the 8 am and 9 am classes of MAT 102 at Gallaudet Unviersity.
reginanuzzo1Aug 27, 201326
Pennington AP Statslleib@pennington.orgAug 27, 201329
Geography 380, Fall 2013
University of Hawaii at Manoa, GEOG 380: Statistical Methods in Geography
jorgy@hawaii.eduAug 27, 201323

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