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2015-2016 NBA Salaries||yes||websterwest||Feb 25, 2016||22KB||1158|
Average goals per game over each NHL sesason|
Is it getting more difficult to score goals in the NHL? This data set contains the average number of goals scored per game over each NHL season from 1917 through 2014. The data for the 2015-16 season is incomplete.
|yes||websterwest||Jan 22, 2016||2KB||469|
Gun Violence in the U.S. over the last 72 hours (recorded 10am ET on Oct 22, 2015)|
Variables include the date of the incident, location information (state, city, street address) and the number killed/injured in the incident.
|yes||websterwest||Nov 23, 2015||39KB||206|
|BIG NORMALS||yes||websterwest||Jun 8, 2015||4MB||29|
|Yellow-White exam data.xlsx||yes||websterwest||Jun 4, 2015||249B||71|
|bcs.xls||yes||websterwest||Jun 2, 2015||837B||37|
NFL Teams Fumbles Per Game (2003-2014)||yes||websterwest||May 12, 2015||13KB||1972|
After the AFC championship game on January 18th, 2015, there was a controversy about whether the New England Patriots might have deflated their footballs during the game to gain an advantage. During the game with the Indianapolis Colts, two officials, Blakeman and Prioleau, measured the PSI in 11 balls from the Patriots and 4 balls from the Colts. These measurements are included in this data set. The Patriots balls are labeled with a "P" prefix, and the Colts balls are labeled with a "C" prefix. The official rules of the National Football League require footballs to be inflated to between 12.5 and 13.5 PSI. Does this data set support the deflation claim?
|yes||websterwest||May 8, 2015||375B||1286|
The Unofficial 2014 NFL Player Census|
This data set contains a number of variables on every NFL player participating in the 2014 season. Most of the variables should be self explanatory. Salary represents the average annual salary for the player under their existing contract. Exp represents years of experience. Pro Bowler represents the number of years the player was selected for the pro bowl. Champ provides the number of championship teams on which the player has played. Heisman represents whether or not the player won the Heisman trophy in college.
|yes||websterwest||May 5, 2015||321KB||1199|
Hurricane Alexander Study||yes||websterwest||Apr 9, 2015||456B||431|
For gender 0 is female and 1 is male. Age is in months, weight is in kilograms and all other measurements are in centimeters.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 13, 2015||164KB||465|
States Data for 2008-2010|
Poverty represents the percentage of the population living in poverty in 2009 (from census.gov). Crime represents the violent crime rate per 100,000 population in 2009 (from census.gov). College indicates the percentage of high school graduates going directly to college in 2008 (from nces.ed.gov). Bachelors shows the percentage of the state's population with a Bachelor's degree or higher. Metro shows the percentage of the population living in a metropolitan area in 2010 (from statehealthfacts.org). Income represents the median income per household in US$ for 2010 (from census.gov).
|yes||websterwest||Mar 12, 2015||2KB||5945|
Skyscrapers in the U.S.|
Data for buildings in the United States that are 100 meters tall or higher. The variables include the rank in terms of height (Rank), the building name (Building), the height in meters (Height), the number of floors (Floors), the year of completion (Year), materials used in construction (Materials), and the use of the building (Use). The last two variables contain multiple outcomes delimited by /. When considering these columns, consider an outcomes table (Stat > Tables > Outcomes) with / as a delimiter.
|yes||websterwest||Jan 14, 2015||148KB||1390|
Weekly influenza tests reported to the CDC from 1997 through 2014|
This data set contains the year, the week, the total number of specimens reported for that week, the number of the specimens that tested positive for the flu and the percentage of the specimens that tested positive for the flu.
|yes||websterwest||Jan 5, 2015||28KB||743|
USA Car Accidents in 2011 |
This data set contains information for all persons involved in car accidents in the United States during 2011. The variables include the age in years of the person (Age), the gender of the person (Gender), the month in which the accident occurred (Month), and the day of the week of the accident (DayOfWeek).
|yes||websterwest||Dec 8, 2014||919KB||1525|
U.S. House Candidates Fund Raising (In-District vs Out-of-District) |
This data set contains each candidate's name, party affiliation, state/district of race, total funds raised, funds raised in-district, funds raised out-of-district, funds raised with no district information, percentage of funds raised in-district and percentage of funds raised out-of-district.
|yes||websterwest||Dec 2, 2014||54KB||669|
NFL Draft (2010-2014)|
Includes year, round, pick number, team, player, position and player's college/conference.
|yes||websterwest||Oct 27, 2014||110KB||919|
Field Goal Data for the 2013 NFL Season|
This data set contains information for every field goal attempted in the 2013 NFL season. The variables include the name of the team, the name of the kicker, the number of yards for the attempt, the outcome of the kick (Made, Missed or Blocked), the quarter of the game in which the attempt was made, the minutes/seconds left in the quarter and the number of points the kicking team was ahead before the kick (if negative the team was behind).
|yes||websterwest||Oct 10, 2014||43KB||914|
Flight Delay Data For July 2014|
This data set contains information on the flight delays for each airline at each U.S. airport in July of 2014. The columns include the carrier, airport city/state, airport code, airport name, total number of flights (Flights), the number of delayed flights (Delayed), the number of cancelled flights (Cancelled), the number of diverted flights (Diverted), the number of on-time flights (On-time), and the on-time percentage (On-time Percentage).
|yes||websterwest||Oct 3, 2014||88KB||1067|
North Carolina Welcome Centers|
Monthly visitors to North Carolina welcome centers at each interstate entry point from 2006 to 2013
|yes||websterwest||Oct 3, 2014||7KB||316|
IMDB TV Series Ratings|
This data set contains the title, original year of production, the number of user votes, and the average user rating for a number of TV series listed at imdb.com. The data set is restricted to relatively popular series obtaining at least 500 votes. It was created using data that was current as of May 28th, 2014.
|yes||websterwest||Oct 1, 2014||118KB||482|
IMDB Movie Ratings|
This data set contains the title, original year of production, the number of user votes, and the average user rating for a number of movies listed at imdb.com. The data set also contains the source of the content, which unless otherwise noted is a film released for theaters. The data set does contain a number of items made for television including awards shows and also movies that went straight to a video release. The data set is restricted to relatively popular movies obtaining at least 500 votes. It was created using data that was current as of May 28th, 2014 and revised to remove video games on June 2nd, 2014.
|yes||websterwest||Sep 29, 2014||1MB||691|
US News National University Rankings|
Ranking of U.S. national universities in 2014. Variables include the ranking, university name, city, state, type (public or private), tuition in-state, tuition out-of-state, enrollment, acceptance rate, freshman retention rate and 6-year graduation rate.
|yes||websterwest||Sep 9, 2014||23KB||1295|
Marvel vs. DC at the Box Office|
This data set contains information on how the two comic book companies have faired at the box office. Each movie from both Marvel and DC is listed with name of the film and release date. The Domestic and Foreign gross of each film is provided in millions of dollars along with the total Worldwide gross. The Adjusted column modifies this total for inflation.
|yes||websterwest||Aug 23, 2014||4KB||1438|
|Favorite Web Browser Data||yes||websterwest||Aug 20, 2014||5KB||267|
|Runner-Course Data||yes||websterwest||Jul 10, 2014||2KB||41|
Movie Budgets and Box Office Earnings|
All amounts are in millions of dollars.
|yes||websterwest||Jun 18, 2014||205KB||4000|
Hurricane Names Archival Study|
In a study, the names of 94 hurricanes were provided to nine independent coders. The coders were not informed that these were hurricane names. The coders were asked to evaluate the perceived masculinity or femininity of the names on two items (1 = very masculine, 11 = very feminine, 1 = very man-like, 11 = very woman-like). These items were averaged for each coder and then averaged across all coders to get the MasFem rating for each hurricane name. Other variables for each hurricane included in the data set are minimum pressure (using two different metrics), the true gender of the hurricane name, category, death toll, normalized damage estimates (NDAM in millions of 2013 dollars) and the elapsed years since the hurricane occurred and the study was conducted.
|yes||websterwest||Jun 3, 2014||4KB||835|
Hurricane Names Experiment|
In a study, 346 students at the University off Illinois at Urbana-Champaign predicted the intensity of ten hurricanes based on their name. Five of the names were masculine (Arthur, Cristobal, Omar, Kyle, Marco) and five of the names were feminine (Bertha, Dolly, Fay, Laura, Hanna). All of the names are from the list of names to be given to 2014 hurricanes. Each row contains the ratings for each name by each student along with the average of the student's ratings for masculine and feminine names and the difference between the two means. Each student's gender (0-male, 1-female) is also provided.
|yes||websterwest||Jun 3, 2014||17KB||234|
Honda Accord EX Cars For Sale (2004-2009)|
A sample of 2004 to 2009 Honda Accord EXs listed for sale from cars.com.
|yes||websterwest||Apr 28, 2014||9KB||1069|
Sleep Deprivation Study|
Does sleep deprivation have harmful effects on cognitive functioning three days later? Stickgold, James, and Hobson (Nature Neuroscience, 2000) investigated this question by providing training to 21 volunteer subjects followed up by an initial test. The subjects were then divided into two groups: one group was deprived of sleep following the test, and the other group was permitted unrestricted sleep after the test. Both groups were then allowed as much sleep as they wanted on the following two nights. All subjects were then re-tested on the third day. This data set contains the improvement as measured by the difference between the two exam scores (second - first) and the sleep conditions imposed on the subject. Note that a negative value indicates a decrease in performance.
|yes||websterwest||Apr 10, 2014||368B||1912|
NCAA Basketball Wins||yes||websterwest||Mar 5, 2014||2KB||392|
1 Class (0 = crew, 1 = first, 2 = second, 3 = third)
10 Age (1 = adult, 0 = child)
19 Sex (1 = male, 0 = female)
28 Survived (1 = yes, 0 = no)
|yes||websterwest||Feb 18, 2014||44KB||126|
|Ages reported by favorite browser||yes||websterwest||Jan 10, 2014||6KB||131|
|Divorce Rates Transposed||yes||websterwest||Nov 7, 2013||3KB||110|
Divorce and Marriage Rates for 50 U.S. States 1990-2011|
Divorces and Marriages per 1,000 population
|yes||websterwest||Nov 5, 2013||7KB||1004|
Big Bend Visitors By Month||yes||websterwest||Sep 25, 2013||6KB||792|
iPhone Sales By Quarter||yes||websterwest||Sep 25, 2013||347B||339|
Stop And Frisk Data For January 2012|
This data set contains information on the 69,073 stops made under the Stop And Frisk policy of the New York City police department in January of 2012. For the detainee, the variables include Sex (0 - female, 1- male), Race (1 - black, 2- black Hispanic, 3- white Hispanic, 4- white, 5 - Asian/Pacific Islander, 6 - American Indian), Age, Height and Weight. Note that Age, Height and Weight may be subject to coding errors based on some of the more extreme values. Other variables in the data set are FriskOrSearch (0 - if the stop did not result in either frisk or search, 1- otherwise), FoundSomething (0 - if the detainee was not found to have either contraband or weapons, 1 - otherwise) and ArrestMade (0 - if no arrest was made, 1 - otherwise).
|yes||websterwest||Aug 27, 2013||1MB||3343|
Fictitious Voting Data|
This scenario behind this data set is that it represents the votes for candidates a, b, c, d and e at each of three polling locations. This data set was constructed so that students can compare the visuals provided by pie charts and bar plots. Students will complete a survey to see how well they can answer specific questions about the results.
|yes||websterwest||Aug 26, 2013||651B||27|
|One||yes||websterwest||Jul 16, 2013||9B||119|
Kentucky Derby Winners Post Position||yes||websterwest||May 3, 2013||2KB||255|
Exercise/Obesity data||yes||websterwest||May 2, 2013||1KB||1895|
Apple's Stock - (3/9/12 - 3/7/13)||yes||websterwest||Mar 8, 2013||12KB||1050|
2012 Payscale ROI Rankings: College Education Value Compared||yes||websterwest||Feb 25, 2013||120KB||811|
|Time Series Test Sets||yes||websterwest||Feb 21, 2013||51KB||46|
Big Bend Visitors By Month (1979-2012)||yes||websterwest||Feb 20, 2013||3KB||588|
% voting for Obama and other state statistics|
This data set has over 100 statistics (current for 2010-11) for U.S. states obtained from Measure of America. Each state's percentage voting for President Obama in 2012 has been added. Which of the original variables is most highly correlated with this voting percentage? How does this data match the ideas provided by political pundits? See the source for a complete description of all variables.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 16, 2013||36KB||5744|
Hurricane Rita tracking data|
A category of 0 means the storm was categorized as a tropical depression or tropical storm.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 1, 2013||2KB||199|
Daily average temperatures for Houston and Raleigh over several years|
Daily average temperatures are provided form January 1, 1995 to November 19, 2012. The daily average is calculated as the mean of 24 hourly readings. Values of -99 represent missing values. Which city is typically hotter? How well can you predict the average in one city using the average from the other? Should your predictions depend on the season?
|yes||websterwest||Dec 6, 2012||125KB||1158|
Median square footage of U.S. homes over time||yes||websterwest||Nov 9, 2012||2KB||438|
Lake Travis Levels By Month Since 1943||yes||websterwest||Dec 26, 2011||6KB||692|
Bootstrap Examples||yes||websterwest||Nov 14, 2011||3KB||227|
Gettysburg Address Word Lengths||yes||websterwest||Nov 2, 2011||2KB||692|
Annual Newspaper Ad Expenditures|
Annual expenditures on newspaper advertisements broken down into national, retail, classified and online categories. The national, retail and classified categories are all print ads.
|yes||websterwest||Sep 21, 2011||252B||1478|
Data for the German tank exercise||yes||websterwest||Aug 17, 2011||116KB||714|
|Lead||yes||websterwest||Jul 29, 2011||49B||40|
|Census At School||yes||websterwest||Jun 8, 2011||168KB||103|
|NFL Sudden Death Data||yes||websterwest||May 20, 2011||14KB||74|
2010 CEO pay from USA Today||yes||websterwest||Apr 5, 2011||13KB||1067|
Kiplinger's 100 Best Values in Public Colleges||yes||websterwest||Jan 12, 2011||9KB||642|
Life expectancy for various countries from 1800 to 2009||yes||websterwest||Jan 6, 2011||175KB||911|
Corruption Perception Index|
The Corruptions Perceptions Index from 2002 through 2010 for countries around the world. Since 1995, Transparency International has published an annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) ordering the countries of the world according to "the degree to which corruption is perceived to exist among public officials and politicians". The organization defines corruption as "the abuse of entrusted power for private gain". A higher score means less (perceived) corruption.
|yes||websterwest||Dec 10, 2010||8KB||483|
Responses to The First Female President Survey|
This data set contains responses to a survey conducted at statcrunch.com between November 10th and November 22nd (2010). Respondents were asked to predict the year (Year) that the first female President of the United States would be elected. Respondents were also asked to predict the candidate's party (Candidate Party). Respondents also were asked to provide their political party (Your Party), gender (Gender) and age (Age).
|yes||websterwest||Nov 29, 2010||9KB||1010|
2005 Federal Spending per Dollar of Federal Taxes For Each State||yes||websterwest||Nov 16, 2010||805B||178|
Forbes NBA Team Valuations||yes||websterwest||Oct 17, 2010||1KB||964|
|Bruce example||yes||websterwest||Oct 1, 2010||78B||39|
Historical top tax rate in the U.S.||yes||websterwest||Sep 18, 2010||863B||204|
|Yellow/Green exam data||yes||websterwest||Aug 20, 2010||350B||373|
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||924|
Census||yes||websterwest||Mar 27, 2010||1KB||148|
Chicken sandwich data||yes||websterwest||Mar 11, 2010||3KB||4548|
|Yellow/Green exam data|
Students were randomly assigned to a version of an exam (Yellow or Green) when they entered the classroom. Afterwards, both sets of students complained about the exam saying their version was harder. Using a randomization approach, determine if the observed data shown above verifies this claim.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 11, 2010||201B||425|
Olympic medal results by country for 2010 Winter Olympics|
The "Country of" text has been added to each Country entry so that Google can locate the country properly without confusion with other geographic entities.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 1, 2010||4KB||951|
Responses to iPod survey|
Responses to a StatCrunch survey conducted in January and February of 2010. Respondents provided their age, gender and the number of ipods they have owned over the course of their lifetime.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 1, 2010||7KB||954|
|normal test||yes||websterwest||Feb 3, 2010||2MB||69|
Scout.com rankings of 2010 college football recruiting classes|
|Rank|| Scout ranking|
|School|| School name|
|Commits|| Total number of committed recruits|
|Points|| Total scout recruiting points|
|Top 100|| Recruits from Scout Top 100|
|5 star|| Number of 5 star recruits|
|4 star|| Number of 4 star recruits|
|3 star|| Number of 3 star recruits|
|Off|| Offensive recruits|
|Def|| Defensive recruits|
|SpT|| Special teams recruits|
|HS|| Recruits from high school|
|JC|| Recruits from junior college|
|Avg|| Average recruit star rating||yes||websterwest||Feb 1, 2010||6KB||947|
Responses to CNN Survey||yes||websterwest||Jan 21, 2010||6KB||305|
Academic Ranking of top 100 World Universities - 2009|
For the methodology see http://www.arwu.org:80/Methodology2009.jsp
|yes||websterwest||Jan 5, 2010||8KB||264|
Bang for the buck city rankings|
Ranks of various cities in a number of areas. Do the ranks for any two areas appear correlated?
|yes||websterwest||Dec 8, 2009||7KB||363|
|Ellis example||yes||websterwest||Nov 30, 2009||102B||47|
Responses to Fox News survey|
This data set was collected via a survey on the StatCrunch site that ran between October 22nd and November 17th 2009. Respondents were asked whether or not they thought Fox News was fair and balanced (Fair), whether or not they think Fox News is sympathetic to the Republican party (Republican), the number of days each week they typically watch Fox News (Days) and the political party they most identify with (Party).
|yes||websterwest||Nov 17, 2009||7KB||637|
|Luke 7||yes||websterwest||Oct 29, 2009||59B||89|
|Luke 8||yes||websterwest||Oct 29, 2009||45B||89|
Colleges that offer a Bachelor's degree in the U.S. and its territories|
Note that student-to-faculty ratio represents the number of students for each faculty member.
|yes||websterwest||Oct 2, 2009||368KB||397|
Responses to opinions on H1N1|
This data set consists of responses to a StatCrunch survey that was conducted between September 8th, 2009 and September 22nd, 2009. Respondents were asked if they were concerned about H1N1, if they were taking steps to avoid it, if they know anyone who has had it and whether or not they were a student.
|yes||websterwest||Sep 22, 2009||3KB||1860|
Grouped data example||yes||websterwest||Sep 22, 2009||2KB||1540|
Responses to opinions on health care reform|
This data set consists of responses to a StatCrunch survey that was conducted between August 25th, 2009 and September 8th, 2009. Respondents were asked if they favor President Obama's plan for health care reform (Favor), if they thought the plan would pass Congress (Pass), for the political party they most identify with (Party), for their gender (Gender) and for their age in years (Age).
|yes||websterwest||Sep 8, 2009||7KB||734|
Responses to opinions on global warming survey|
This data set was collected via a survey on the StatCrunch site conducted between July 23rd and August 25th (2009). The variables in the data set are Believe (does the respondent believe in global warming), Reason (for the respondent's belief), Party (political party that the respondent most identifies with), Gender (Male or Female) and Age (in years).
|yes||websterwest||Aug 25, 2009||16KB||563|
President Obama Approval Ratings|
This data set was collected via a survey on the StatCrunch site conducted between July 1st and July 22nd (2009). The variables in the data set are Performance (rating on a scale from 1 to 100 of President Obama's job performance), Approve (respondent approves of President Obama's job performance), Party (political party that the respondent most identifies with) and Better (Is President Obama doing a better job than former President Bush?).
|yes||websterwest||Jul 23, 2009||5KB||658|
Average scores for various countries on the TIMSS 8th grade math assessment||yes||websterwest||Apr 1, 2009||755B||358|
Responses to the AIG bonuses survey|
This data set represents the responses to a StatCrunch survey that was administered between March 24th, 2009 and April 1st, 2009. Respondents were asked if the AIG executives should return their bonuses (Return) and whether or not they favored a change in the tax code to recoup the bonuses (Tax). Respondents also indicated who they blamed (Blame) for the AIG bonus situation.
|yes||websterwest||Apr 1, 2009||3KB||130|
Bryan-College Station, Texas Home Sales, 1990-2008||yes||websterwest||Mar 27, 2009||1.009B||197|
Asking prices for a sample of 4 bedroom homes in Bryan-College Station Texas||yes||websterwest||Mar 26, 2009||1.012B||6600|
Responses to Commuting survey|
This data set represents the responses to a survey about commuting that was administered on the StatCrunch site. Respondents provided the number of minutes for their commute from their home to their school or work. They also provided their means of transportation and the number of people that they commuted with on average. Lastly, they provided the city to which they commute.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 24, 2009||4KB||743|
Responses to Big cities in America survey|
This data set consists of responses form a survey offered on the statcrunch.com site from 3-6-2009 to 3-13-2009. Responders selected the cities from a list of the 15 largest US cities that they would most/least like to visit and most/least like to live.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 13, 2009||8KB||131|
US music album sales by genre from 2006 to 2008|
This data set contains the yearly album sales figures by genre from 2006 to 2008.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 9, 2009||348B||3673|
Responses to How often do you text?|
This data set was collected via a survey on the statcrunch.com site between 2-26-2009 and 3-6-2009. Responders were asked to provide the number of text messages that they send and receive each day along with their age and gender.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 6, 2009||2KB||1063|
Traffic congestion and housing prices in 2008||yes||websterwest||Mar 2, 2009||5KB||221|
Changes in housing prices across metropolitan areas||yes||websterwest||Mar 2, 2009||15KB||181|
Responses to the digital music survey|
These results are from a digital music survey administered on the StatCrunch site from 2-16-2009 through 2-26-2009. respondents were asked to provide the number of compact discs and the number of downloaded songs that they have. In addition, they were asked to provide their age and gender. Some incredibly large values for the number of downloads were replaced with values of ???.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 26, 2009||3KB||448|
Responses to the Social Networking Survey|
This data set provides the results from a social networking survey administered on the StatCrunch site between February 6th, 2009 and February 16th, 2009. Respondents were asked to provide the primary site they used for social networking and the number of times they accessed this site each week in addition to their age and gender.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 16, 2009||5KB||1636|
Responses to the StatCrunch election poll|
This data set was collected via a poll on the statcrunch.com site. Since the poll was voluntary response, please use it with care.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 12, 2009||11KB||2888|
Who is the best James Bond?|
Please note that this survey was not conducted in a scientific fashion. The results are based on 100 voluntary responses from a survey posted on the statcrunch.com site. The results, however, still have some interesting features.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 6, 2009||3KB||342|
The age of facebook users over time|
The number of facebook users (in millions) in particular age groups at three time points over the last couple of years.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 5, 2009||210B||916|
College football's best recruiting classes of 2009|
This data set is for the top 25 recruiting classes of 2009 as posted at rivals.com.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 5, 2009||2KB||167|
NFL championship or super bowl wins over the years|
The first two columns contain the winning team each year. The last three columns were computed using Summary Stats of Year grouped by Team.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 5, 2009||3KB||640|
NH Primary Data|
This data set contains the number of votes received by each candidate in the New Hampshire Democratic and Republican primaries.
|yes||websterwest||Jan 16, 2009||1KB||5916|
Alcohol consumption per capita for a number of countries|
Alcohol consumption per capita is the estimated amount of pure ethanol, in liters, of total alcohol consumed per adult (15 years and older) in a country during a calendar year. Data include consumption of beer, wine, and spirits. Beer includes barley, maize, millet and sorghum beer. Other beverage categories, such as palm wine, vermouths, cider, and fruit wines may also be included. This data is from 2003.
|yes||websterwest||Jan 8, 2009||10KB||580|
Annual Beer Consumption Per State Per Capita||yes||websterwest||Jan 7, 2009||727B||1181|
High School Exit Exam Requirement By State||yes||websterwest||Jan 6, 2009||754B||211|
|Adhesion data||yes||websterwest||Nov 24, 2008||276B||51|
|Blood pressure||yes||websterwest||Nov 21, 2008||432B||301|
|Blood pressure||yes||websterwest||Nov 21, 2008||613B||88|
|Resistance data||yes||websterwest||Nov 16, 2008||320B||70|
Wine Quality||yes||websterwest||Nov 11, 2008||987B||215|
2008 Toyota Prius MPG|
Self reported MPG estimates for the 2008 Toyota Prius. The data set also contians the drivers estimate of the proportion of time the car is driven in both stop & go and highway traffic.
|yes||websterwest||Nov 7, 2008||2KB||1646|
2008 Olympic medals per country||yes||websterwest||Sep 5, 2008||3KB||769|
States data from 1996||yes||websterwest||Aug 20, 2008||1KB||201|
Concentration of suspended solids in ppm at 50 locations along a river
|yes||websterwest||Aug 20, 2008||356B||184|
Measurements on 77 cereals
|yes||websterwest||Aug 20, 2008||5KB||796|
|test||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||22B||55|
|110 Exam1, Spring03||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||8KB||66|
|Hot dogs data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||836B||66|
|Backpack data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||4KB||124|
|Colleges||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||3KB||89|
|popular||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||23KB||52|
|Impeachment||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||3KB||65|
|Diamonds||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||6KB||124|
|SAT94||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||2KB||58|
|110 Spring 2004 data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||6KB||58|
|Spring 2004 110 Exam 1||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||223B||49|
|Spring 2004 110 Exam 1 raw||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||3KB||53|
1 Year (1998, 1999, or 2000)
2 Week of the season (1 to 17)
3 Home team name
4 Home team score
5 Visiting team name
6 Visiting team score
|yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||28KB||104|
|93 cars||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||9KB||98|
|Beth||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||104B||54|
|test||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||9B||43|
|Exam 3 scores||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||189B||57|
|Exam 3 raw data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||2KB||53|
|AAUP college data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||64KB||1558|
|SC AAUP data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||2KB||71|
|final data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||54B||59|
|test||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||23B||58|
x = total lengths of streets in various subdivisions
|yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||284B||105|
The number of cycles of strain to breakage for several specimens of a certain type of yarn.
|yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||498B||79|
|World Series Data|
These data tell whether or not the home team won for each game played in all
World Series prior to 1994. The data appear as the STATS Challenge for Issue
11. For each year the data are presented from the point of view of the eventual winner. A capital L
means that the eventual Series winner lost at home; a lower case l means they
lost on the road. Likewise, a capital W means that the eventual Series winner
won at home and a lower case w means that they won on the road.
L= loss at home
l= loss on road
W= win at home
w= win on road
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|509 Exam 1 - Spring 02||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||254B||55|
|Sample 509||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||62B||57|
|110 coin flipping||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||122B||76|
|THC||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||90B||66|
|110 Exam 2 responses 4/11/02||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||4KB||59|
|110 Exam @ scores - 4/11/02||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||317B||61|
|Eaxm 2 - STAT 509 4/11/2002||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||578B||69|
|110 Exam 1, Fall 2002||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||534B||59|
|SAT98||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||1KB||108|
|Celebrities||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||234B||67|
|Exam 1 - STAT 110 - F2001||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||302B||56|
|Juergen data||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||98B||46|
|Exam 1 and 2 scores||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||575B||54|
|Exercises||yes||websterwest||Aug 11, 2008||2KB||51|
Average gas prices per state as of 8-6-2008
|yes||websterwest||Aug 6, 2008||2KB||309|
Starting and mid-career salaries for colleges by type of college|
Starting and mid career salaries for graduates from a large number of college. Please note that the type of college was determined by WSJ not by me.
|yes||websterwest||Aug 5, 2008||21KB||952|
|paste test||yes||websterwest||Jul 23, 2008||20B||468|
Obesity in US states|
This data set conatins the estimated percentage of each US state's population that falls into specific weight categories. Obesity is defined by a BMI > 30 kg/m2. Overweight is defined by a BMI > 25 kg/m2. The Neither category means neither obese or overweight. The estimates are for 2007.
|yes||websterwest||Jul 17, 2008||2KB||1531|
This data set presents three-year annual average estimates of smoking status by age, sex, state, and race/ethnicity beginning with the period 1997-1999. These estimates are presented as three- year annual averages to obtain stable estimates.
|yes||websterwest||Jul 17, 2008||5KB||4433|
Texas Counties||yes||websterwest||May 23, 2008||14KB||191|
Average temperature for a few tourist cities||yes||websterwest||May 22, 2008||3KB||186|
Forbes Richest Americans||yes||websterwest||May 22, 2008||7KB||1160|
Money magazine best places to live (2007)||yes||websterwest||May 9, 2008||5KB||242|
Number of top 100 best places to live per state (2007)||yes||websterwest||May 8, 2008||630B||177|
Hurricane Katrina tracking data|
A category of 0 implies the storm was a tropical depression or tropical storm.
|yes||websterwest||May 7, 2008||2KB||470|
Tornados in the US (2006)||yes||websterwest||May 7, 2008||59KB||179|
Average gas prices for each state as of May 3, 2008||yes||websterwest||May 3, 2008||2KB||493|
2008 NFL draft picks per state||yes||websterwest||May 3, 2008||2KB||489|
City temperatures and latitudes|
Latitude and high temperature on May 2, 1995 of 152 US cities. Temperature is given in Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin.
|yes||websterwest||Apr 7, 2008||8KB||243|
Graduation Rates for the 50 largest cities in the US|
This data set contains the graduation rates for the metropolitan areas of the 50 Largest Cities in the US broken down by urban and suburban areas. The cities are ranked according to the difference between suburban and urban graduation rates.
|yes||websterwest||Apr 7, 2008||2KB||416|
2008 NCAA Tournament Team Data|
Data for all 65 teams in the 2008 NCAA tournament.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 18, 2008||2KB||403|
Actor oscar nominations|
Nominations for actors through 2006
|yes||websterwest||Mar 10, 2008||12KB||228|
Actress oscar nominations|
Nominations for all actresses through 2006
|yes||websterwest||Mar 10, 2008||12KB||968|
The data set contains the year, category, nominee and whether they won for all academy award nominations from 1927 through 2006. A good exercise is to use StatCrunch to compute the number of nominations for each actress in the ACTRESS (all caps) category along with the first and last year they were nominated.
|yes||websterwest||Mar 10, 2008||450KB||1395|
Crime: Walmart vs. Target|
This data set comes directly from the "Is Wal-Mart Safe?" report. Are you tempted to do a paired t test to compare the mean number of police incidents at Walmart to the mean number of police incidents at Target? This was actually done in the report. I think this is a bad idea because only the Walmart stores with high incident reports were considered. See the excerpt from the report in the comments below.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 29, 2008||3KB||1975|
Wine and Crime|
This data set contains the wine consumption (in gallons per capita) and the violent crime rate for the US from 1970 to 2004. A scatter plot of these two columns is very interesting.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 29, 2008||1KB||1875|
Who's the greatest president?|
This data set contains the results of the Zogby Presidential Greatness Poll over the years from 2006 to 2008. The survey each year contains the results from 1026 likely voters. The Positive column shows the proportion of those surveyed that think the president was great or near great. The Negative column shows the proportion of those surveyed that think the president was below average or a failure.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 28, 2008||1.012B||242|
Alcohol percentage, calories and carbohydrates for a 12 ounce serving of various U.S. domestic beers.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 27, 2008||4KB||1459|
The Mac Attack|
This data contains the monthly market share percentage for both Windows and Mac computers from February 2006 to January 2008. Close examination of the data shows the Windows market share is on the decline while the Mac market share is increasing.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 21, 2008||4KB||395|
Super Bowl Commercials|
History of advertising in the super bowl from 1984 to 2008. The data set contains the number of ads in a variety of categories. The data set also contains the proportion of ads each year that feature humor, animals and celebrities.
|yes||websterwest||Feb 5, 2008||1KB||377|
Online newspaper data|
Data for the Top 100 online newspaper sites collected in November 2006. Visitors represents the total number of unique visitors in millions. Page views represents the total number of web pages viewed in millions. Page Views Per Visitor represents the ratio of page views divided by the number of visitors. Visits Per Visitor is the average number of visits to the site for each visitor. Time Per Visitor is the average time in minutes spent by each visitor on the site. Active Reach % is the newspaper's online market share.
|yes||websterwest||Sep 14, 2007||8KB||627|
Are you ready for some football?|
This data set contains a listing of all teams that were ranked in the top 25 of the AP college football poll at the beginning or the end of the 2006 season. The preseason and final ranking for each team is given along with the total number of points for each team in the preseason and final polls. There were a number of underrated teams in the preseason poll with my alma mater Arkansas being one of them.
|yes||websterwest||Aug 29, 2007||830B||216|
The total number of shark attacks each year from 1990 to 2006 for various locations around the World. The data set also breaks each total down into fatal and nonfatal attacks.
|yes||websterwest||Aug 6, 2007||4KB||845|
Obesity around the World|
Age standardized estimates for obesity prevalence, overweight prevalence and mean BMI (Body Mass Index) for males and females from various countries. Obesity is defined by a BMI > 30 kg/m2. Overweight is defined by a BMI > 25 kg/m2. The estimates are for 2005.
|yes||websterwest||Aug 3, 2007||8KB||1024|
Data on each hurricane since 1980 including the year and month the hurricane occurred, the maximum category obtained, the pressure at landfall, the maximum coastal wind speed and the name of the hurricane.
|yes||websterwest||Jul 12, 2007||1KB||542|
Acid rain data|
The EPA states that any area where the pH of rain is less than 5.6 on average has an acid rain problem. The pH values collected over 90 rain falls at Shenandoah National Park are given in this data set.
|yes||websterwest||Jul 12, 2007||564B||1252|
interest_rate.txt||yes||websterwest||Jul 12, 2007||375B||110|
|yes||websterwest||Jul 11, 2007||772B||395|
|hotdog.xls||yes||websterwest||Jul 3, 2007||772B||182|
|Vulnerability.xls||yes||websterwest||May 17, 2007||4KB||168|
|Binomial||yes||websterwest||Feb 12, 2007||127KB||107|
Fictitious Salary Data for Recent Graduates|
fictitious data (not real salaries or majors)
|yes||websterwest||Oct 5, 2006||52KB||3030|