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What's your major?|
Construct a pie chart and bar chart for students majors in the Spring 2012 intro stats class.
|yes||smcdaniel04||Jan 25, 2012||293B||649|
What I found interesting first is that the age groups of the children and adults are not stated. Under the graphs, the frequency of the number of adults, the frequency of the number of children, and the number of children could be compared to the number of adults. The chart does not express what the frequency is for. Were the children and adults tested for cereal type eaten, how often is cereal consumed, name brand preference.
After analyzing the data, there were a few outstanding areas. Regardless, the children out did the adults.
|yes||starroot||Jan 16, 2012||238B||377|
STAT 201 Lab 1 Spring firstname.lastname@example.org||Jan 13, 2012||18KB||1144|
Responses to Survey for Class Examples Spring 2011|
This data was collected at the beginning of the spring term for an introductory statistics course at the University of South Carolina.
|email@example.com||May 17, 2011||23KB||635|
The first 2 columns are the Pretest Scores for Spring 2011 from the first and third (a retake of a similar version) day of class.
The next column is the Exam scores.
The final 3 columns show the matched version with scores for everyone who took both the first and second version of the pretest and exam 1.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||May 16, 2011||4KB||493|
Responses to Spring Break Survey|
A recent survey asked respondents if they plan to travel for spring break. It also asked how far they planned to travel (in miles), how they will travel, their planned activity, gender and age.
Check out the original survey here: http://statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=1301&code=KLQBK&groupid=256
Feel free to copy it for your own use
|yes||scsurvey||Feb 23, 2011||8KB||906|
Grades for Principles Economics|
These are actual course grades (identifying information has been removed) for principles microeconomics and principles macroeconomics. Exams #1 and #2 are non-cumulative. The midterm (which occurs between exams 1 and 2) is cumulative. The final exam grade is not shown, but the course grade is. Test to see whether there is a significant difference in exam grades in the fall semester versus the spring.
|email@example.com||Oct 3, 2010||19KB||477|
Responses to Happiness survey|
Responses from an open survey conducted on the StatCrunch site in the Spring of 2010. Respondents provided an estimate of their typical happiness level on a scale from 1 to 100, their gender and their age. Note this data was not collected in a scientific fashion.
|yes||websterwest||May 5, 2010||8KB||921|
Oil Quality Bank|
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System carries crude oil from Prudhoe Bay on Alaska’s North Slope 800 miles to the port of Valdez, on the southern coast of Alaska. The pipeline carries a mixture of different qualities of oil. Quality of oil is measured in API gravity degrees – the higher the degrees APT, the higher the quality. Because the pipeline mixed oils of different degrees, shippers in Valdez receive oil of different quality than they purchased. To compensate shippers, a “Quality Bank” was established. The owners of the pipeline proposed compensating shippers 15 cents per barrel for every degree below the level to which the shippers agreed. However, a refinery near Fairbanks, which receives 26-degree oil and mixes it with 20-degree oil, objected to the proposal. It suggested a 3.09 – to 5.35-cent differential. Because oil carriers are required to establish “just and reasonable” rates, a hearing before an administrative law judge was held. At the hearing, an expert hired by the shippers produced the accompanying table to show the relationship between quality and price per barrel of Mideast oil.
|yes||craig_slinkman||May 3, 2010||193B||319|
Arlington Gasoline Retailers Sampling Frame.xls|
This is a sampling frame of all gasoline retailer in Arlington Texas collected in Spring Spemster of 2010.
Note that you may need to drag the column lines in order to see the entire data fields.
|yes||craig_slinkman||Apr 8, 2010||22KB||403|
Top 25 MLB Pitching, Spring Training 2009, as of 4/3/09||yes||cdcummings12||Apr 3, 2009||2KB||210|
Top 25 MLB Batting, Spring Training 2009, as of 4/3/09||yes||cdcummings12||Apr 3, 2009||2KB||105|
Students' heights||yes||smcdanie%sc||Jan 17, 2008||88B||322|
GPA||yes||smcdanie%sc||Jan 17, 2008||116B||1087|
Number of Siblings||yes||smcdanie%sc||Jan 17, 2008||69B||282|