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Average Monthly Calls Vrs Text Messages by Age Group_ZIGGS
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http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/in-us-text-messaging-tops-mobile-phone-calling/

This set of data shows calls vs texts by age groups in 2006-2008.

The typical U.S. mobile subscriber sends and receives more SMS text messages than telephone calls, according to research released by Nielsen Mobile. Nielsen tracks billing activity through an opt-in panel of more than 50,000 personally liable, postpaid U.S. mobile lines across the top four carriers, AT&T, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless.

Based on the research and chart below, it is concluded that teens between the ages 13 to 17 ends the highest number of text messaging, sending and receiving an average of 1,742 text messages per month.  In comparison, teens only make an average of 231 mobile phone calls per month, during the same time period.

In the same scenario, adults above the age of 45years tend to make more phone calls than text messaging per month, during the same time perion.

It's also noticed that there is an outlier of 1742 average number of monthly text messaging, which is very extreme based on the othe numbers.

Overall, I will conclude by saying that while voice may be on the decline, data and app usage is on the rise in the current generation.

 

DJ Ziggs.

Result 1: Column Statistics for Average Monthly Calls and Text by Age Group   [Info]
Summary statistics:
Column Mean Median Min Max Q1 Q3 Sum n Std. Dev. Variance Range
Average Number of Monthly Calls 191.5 208 99 265 141 235 1532 8 58.434334 3414.5715 166
Average Number of Monthly Text Message 463.375 283.5 14 1742 83 609 3707 8 574.1326 329628.28 1728
Age Midpoint 35.875 35 6 65 18 55 287 8 21.483797 461.55356 59

Result 2: Chart columns   [Info]
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Result 3: Histogram   [Info]
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Result 4: Bar plot with Average Number of Monthly Text Messages   [Info]
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Result 5: Bar plot with Average Number of Monthly Calls by Age   [Info]
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Result 6: Boxplot for Average Number of Monthly Calls and Text Messages by Age Group   [Info]
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Result 7: Pie chart (Average Number of Monthly Text Messages per Age in % Chart)   [Info]
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Result 8: Pie chart (Average Number of Monthly Calls per Age in % Chart)   [Info]
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Data set 1. Calls and Text Usage by Age_ZIGGS   [Info]
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By msullivan13803
Feb 14, 2011

We want you to do these projects with raw data. This data was already summarized, so it is difficult (if not impossible) to get summary stats. Graphs are nice however.
By terikk90@aol.com
Feb 9, 2011

I really appriciate how you added the pie charts to give the viewer more of an insight of the percentages, however with your histograms, I do think that you may could have made your bins slightly bigger like 75 instead of 50, so that it would be a little bit easier to read. Other than that, excellent job!
-Erik Tibbetts

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