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|LCCC - Incident Data for Traffic Tickets|
Speeding tickets have always interested me, maybe thats because I have received one or two over time. Seriously, they are a revenue source for police departments, they are part of the reveiw process for officers and my question is are they needed in all areas. For example - I believe that in a school zone, Yes they are absolutely needed. Do i believe that the officer sitting on the side of the highway is needed just as a source of revenue and to meet his quota, absolutely not.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Aug 31, 2011||18KB||41|
|LCCC - attendence in class|
I found this data set interesting because I have been a teacher for two years and I quickly realized the importance of student attendance during this time. Absents can rapidly add up and more work is easily missed than one would think. In elementary school, subjects are frequently introduced in a sequential matter; therefore if a child misses one day, the rest of the lessons may make no sense to the child. As an educator, it is important to find ways to inform parents of the negative impact of children not attending school on a consistent basis. Although this data is not specific on a particular age group, finding statistics, such as this one, is a great example of how poor attendance can affect grades.
|email@example.com||May 18, 2011||105B||43|
|Bruce example||yes||websterwest||Oct 01, 2010||78B||11|
This is my project data. There are three categories of normal hair color: Blonde, Brown, and Red. Any variation of a normal hair color with an "unnatural" hair color such as pink/green/or blue is shown with a / behind the natural hair color. Example: Blonde/Pink. Pink is the "unnatural" hair color.
|yes||kschaap22||Apr 29, 2010||528B||27|
|Example KS Data 610||yes||mendres2||Mar 20, 2010||6KB||281|
|YMS Example 11-4, Floral scents and mazes||yes||lakestats||Mar 15, 2010||426B||7|
|MATH 2120_Moore_Example 01_09||yes||turnerkv@sc||Jan 18, 2010||129B||6|
|Ellis example||yes||websterwest||Nov 30, 2009||102B||18|
|MATH 2120_Moore_Example 04_03||yes||turnerkv@sc||Sep 17, 2009||839B||11|
|DESCRIPTIVE EXAMPLE||yes||valeriavictrix||Sep 11, 2009||100B||15|
|MATH 2120_Moore_Chapter 01_Example 03||yes||turnerkv@sc||Aug 31, 2009||118B||7|
|MATH 2120_Moore_Chapter 01_Example 02||yes||turnerkv@sc||Aug 28, 2009||190B||11|
|Hogg_Example 8_3_1||yes||turnerkv@sc||Apr 30, 2009||98B||14|
|Hogg_Example_6.5-3||yes||turnerkv@sc||Apr 09, 2009||119B||10|
See Vining Example 2.11. Times (in days) were for a 10 year period at a DuPont facility.
|yes||jdlynch@sc||Aug 14, 2008||1KB||29|