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Gender, Age, Year in College, Hours of Sleep, and GPAyeskayley_boucher@my.uri.eduApr 23, 20171KB57
Gender, Age, Year in College, Hours of Sleep, and GPAyeskayley_boucher@my.uri.eduApr 23, 20171KB22
bostonhousing.xlsx
A set of data describing crime, industry, and tax rates in different areas of Boston. Also lists variables such as age, access to highways, and the number of rooms in one dwelling.
yesej8139ih@metrostate.eduApr 19, 201734KB97
Most-Recent-Cohorts-All-Data-Elements_reduced.csv
Downloaded from US Dept of Education Website (https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/college-scorecard). File link is at: https://ed-public-download.apps.cloud.gov/downloads/Most-Recent-Cohorts-All-Data-Elements.csv Data dictionary at https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/assets/CollegeScorecardDataDictionary.xlsx on webpage https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/data/documentation/
yesserkuangApr 18, 20176MB105
Module 6: Age at Death and House Member Sizeyesmath.ralphApr 11, 20173KB421
Air Pollution Vs. Region Population and Number of Parks
Air pollution levels identified for each state in the United States measured in ug/m3. Additional information collected is the states residing region (Midwest, West, Northeast, Southeast, South Central), and the number of parks within each state. This data has also been summed up, and averages calculated.
yesjwesthouse7590@gmail.comApr 5, 20173KB220
Renewable energy consumption (% of total final energy consumption)
The amount of renewable energy used is expressed as a percentage of the total amount of all energy used. The data was collected from 84 countries divided into two groups: high income and low income. The high income countries: Aruba, Australia, Austria, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium,British Virgin Islands, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Finland, French Polynesia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong SR China, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isreal, Italy, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macao, Malta, United Kingdom, Uraguay, United Arab Emirates, Malta, Monaca, Netherlands, New Caldonia, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Calcos Islands, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay. The low income countries: Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Korea, Dem. People’s Rep., Liberia, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Republic of Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda. The data was collected by OECD/IEA and World Bank to help further research for renewable energy. Spreading the use of renewable energy is important to combat fossil fuels to prevent environmental degradation
yesninoprieto4Apr 5, 2017413B154
Hard Choices (Hilary Clinton) book Reviews
The stars for these 1,861 reviews were extrapolated from the following amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/Hard-Choices-Hillary-Rodham-Clinton/dp/1476751471/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1491310173&sr=1-1&keywords=hilary
yesntorno8Apr 4, 20174KB80
VOLTAGE1.txtyesmcack1Mar 15, 20171KB17
OpenIntro ames
Description Data on all residential home sales in Ames, Iowa between 2006 and 2010. The data set contains many explanatory variables on the quality and quantity of physical attributes of residential homes in Iowa sold between 2006 and 2010. Most of the variables describe information a typical home buyer would like to know about a property (square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, size of lot, etc.). A detailed discussion of variables can be found in the original paper referenced below. Source: De Cock D. 2011. Ames, Iowa: Alternative to the Boston Housing Data as an End of Semester Regression Project. Journal of Statistics Education; 19(3). Format A data frame with 2930 observations and 82 variables. A description of all variables can be found at amstat.org.
yeslmcmath34Mar 14, 20171MB109
US Debt-to-GDP Ratio (1966-2016)
This data was found at the attached source and tracks the US federal debt as a ratio to the nation's total GDP (Gross Domestic Product). The legislative control is defined by who had a majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate. If the House and Senate were controlled by opposite parties, legislative control was defined as "split". The recession column was found at the following page:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_recessions_in_the_United_States
"US Deb to GDP Ratio Change" is calculated as the current date minus the previous date.
yesntorno8Mar 13, 201716KB157
average coin years S2017yesreyesch@lamission.eduFeb 15, 2017208B193
age and movie S17yesreyesch@lamission.eduFeb 6, 2017496B249
Electronic Device Usageyesroseka8611@gmail.comFeb 3, 20172KB252
CollegeCompletion.csv
College Completion Data TABLE 1: cc_institution_details ------------------------------- unitid - Department of Education Unit ID number chronname - Institution name city - Institution city state - Institution state level - Level of institution (4-year, 2-year) control - Control of institution (Public, Private not-for-profit, Private for-profit) basic - Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Basic Classification (2010 version) student_count - Total number of undergraduates in 2010 awards_per_value - Completions per 100 FTE undergraduate students (average 2011, 2012, and 2013) awards_per_state_value - Completions per 100 FTE undergraduate students, state and sector average awards_per_natl_value - Completions per 100 FTE undergraduate students, national sector average exp_award_value - Estimated educational spending (expenses related to instruction, research, public service, student services, academic support, institutional support, operations and maintenance) per academic award in 2013. Includes all certificates and degrees exp_award_state_value - Spending per completion, state and sector average exp_award_natl_value - Spending per completion, national sector average ft_pct - Percentage of undergraduates who attend full-time fte_value - total number of full-time equivalent undergraduates med_sat_value - Median estimated SAT value for incoming students med_sat_percentile - Institution's percent rank for median SAT value within sector aid_value - The average amount of student aid going to undergraduate recipients aid_percentile - Institution's percent rank for average amount of student aid going to undergraduate recipients within sector endow_value - End-of-year endowment value per full-time equivalent student endow_percentile - Institution's percent rank for endowment value per full-time equivalent student within sector grad_100_value - percentage of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates who complete a degree or certificate program within 100 percent of expected time (bachelor's-seeking group at 4-year institutions) grad_100_percentile - Institution's percent rank for completers within 100 percent of normal time within sector grad_150_value - percentage of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates who complete a degree or certificate program within 150 percent of expected time (bachelor's-seeking group at 4-year institutions) grad_150_percentile - Institution's percent rank for completers within 150 percent of normal time within sector pell_value - percentage of undergraduates receiving a Pell Grant pell_percentile - Institution's percent rank for undergraduate Pell recipients within sector retain_value - share of freshman students retained for a second year retain_percentile - Institution's percent rank for freshman retention percentage within sector ft_fac_value - Percentage of employees devoted to instruction, research or public service who are full-time and do not work for an associated medical school ft_fac_percentile - Institution's percent rank for full-time faculty share within sector vsa_year - Most recent year of Student Success and Progress Rate data available from the Voluntary System of Accountability vsa_grad_after4_first - First-time, full-time students who graduated from this institution within four years vsa_grad_elsewhere_after4_first - First-time, full-time students who graduated from another institution within four years vsa_enroll_after4_first - First-time, full-time students who are still enrolled at this institution after four years vsa_enroll_elsewhere_after4_first - First-time, full-time students who are enrolled at another institution after four years vsa_grad_after6_first - First-time, full-time students who graduated from this institution within six years vsa_grad_elsewhere_after6_first - First-time, full-time students who graduated from another institution within six years vsa_enroll_after6_first - First-time, full-time students who are still enrolled at this institution after six years vsa_enroll_elsewhere_after6_first - First-time, full-time students who are enrolled at another institution after six years vsa_grad_after4_transfer - Full-time transfer students who graduated from this institution within four years vsa_grad_elsewhere_after4_transfer - Full-time transfer students who graduated from another institution within four years vsa_enroll_after4_transfer - Full-time transfer students who are still enrolled at this institution after four years vsa_enroll_elsewhere_after4_transfer - Full-time transfer students who are enrolled at another institution after four years vsa_grad_after6_transfer - Full-time transfer students who graduated from this institution within six years vsa_grad_elsewhere_after6_transfer - Full-time transfer students who graduated from another institution within six years vsa_enroll_after6_transfer - Full-time transfer students who are still enrolled at this institution after six years vsa_enroll_elsewhere_after6_transfer - Full-time transfer students who are enrolled at another institution after six years counted_pct - share entering undergraduate class who were first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students, meaning that they generally would be part of a tracked cohort of potential graduates. The entering class of 2007 is displayed for 4-year institutions; 2010 for 2-year institutions.
yesmsullivan13803Feb 3, 20172MB385

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