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New York City Leading Causes of Death (2007-2014)
This data set breaks down the leading causes of death in New York City between 2007-2014. Included is the number of Deaths (Deaths) for each combination of Sex and Race Ethnicity. The Death Rate represents the rate within that Sex/ Race Ethnicity category. Age Adjusted Death Rate adjusts the Death Rate by the ages of those who died.
statcrunch_featuredAug 1, 201896KB2618
Criminal Recidivism in Iowa: 2010-2014
Recidivism is defined as the "tendency of a convicted criminal to reoffend". This dataset tracks former criminals from Iowa over a 3 year period after their release from prison to see whether or not they were convicted of a new crime during that time. The recidivism reporting year is the fiscal year (year ending June 30) marking the end of the three year tracking period. Included are the following variables: Fiscal Year Released (the year the individual was released from Prison), the Race, Ethnicity, Sex, and Age of individual when released. Also included are details about the original crime committed along with whether that individual committed a new crime (Recidivism - Return to Prison) within the 3 year window.
statcrunch_featuredMar 21, 20183MB2780
US Counties and Presidential Voting Dataset
Sampling Unit county 3141 observations and 19 variables, maximum # NAs:2956 Name county -- County state -- State msa -- Metropolitan Statistical Area pmsa -- Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area pop.density -- 1992 pop per 1990 miles^2 pop -- 1990 population pop.change -- Percent population change 1980-1992 age6574 -- Percent age 65-74, 1990 age75 -- Percent age >= 75, 1990 crime -- serious crimes per 100,000 1991 college -- Percent with bachelor's degree or higher of those age>=25 income -- median family income, 1989 dollars farm -- farm population, % of total, 1990 democrat -- Percent votes cast for democratic president republican -- Percent votes cast for republican president Perot -- Percent votes cast for Ross Perot white -- Percent white, 1990 black -- Percent black, 1990 turnout -- 1992 votes for president / 1990 pop x 100
craig_slinkmanApr 12, 2011755KB2088
All Texas Executions from 1982-2015
This data set records all executions in Texas from 1982-2015 and comes from the following website: Texas Executions. The data includes a variety of information about each execution including their last statement.
statcrunchhelpJan 7, 2016242KB2348
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.
websterwestFeb 29, 20083KB3299
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).
websterwestMar 12, 20152KB7835
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.
websterwestFeb 29, 20081KB3127
statecrimedata.xls
Pop - Population by state (2008), Crime Variables: Murder - Murder and non-negligent manslaughter rate (2008), Rape - Forcible Rape rate (2008), Robbery - Robbery rate (2008), Assault - Aggravated Assault rate (2008), Burglary - Burglary rate (2008), VehTheft - Vehicle Theft rate (2008), Demographic Variables: UnEmp - Unemployment Rate (2010), HSGrad - Percentage of adult population that graduated from high school (2005), CollGrad - Percentage of adult population that graduated from college (2005), MedianInc - Median Income for Family of 4 (2005), Crime Related Expenitures: Police - Police Expenditures (2005), Judicial - Judicial Expenditures (2005), Corrections - Corrections Expenditures (2005),
swhardyNov 3, 20156KB2604
States
These data on the 50 US states have columns for State, Region (as defined by the US Census Bureau), Population (in millions in 2013), Crime (number of violent crimes per 100K), right-to-Work (yes or no), Presidential election (Blue=Obama, Red=Romney in 2012 election), and Open handgun carry (allowed, permit required, prohibited). These data will be used in sections of STAT 211 at WVU during a graded group based lab on basic (graphical and numerical) descriptive statistics.
kjryanNov 10, 20164KB2605
State Data Population/Violent Crime Rate/Unemployment/%Poverty
This dataset contains information by State: Population | Violent Crime Rate | Unemployment Rate | Estimated % of People below the Poverty Line | Crime rate is # of crimes / population * 100000
dnawilliams1201Sep 7, 20172KB2288
Scotland Census
Data in Scotland, 2010 - 2012. Scotland divided into 6505 data zones. Crimes, education, health, drugs, housing, and income variables. Best guess is that HIGHER "Education Standard Scores" means "WORSE" education indicators. HIGHER "Health Standard Scores" means "WORSE" health indicators.
cecil_collegeOct 14, 2014870KB6606
LCCC - Crime in the United States 2005
I find it interesting that robbery and violent crimes in general have decreased significantly from 1986 - 2005. This is surprising to me because with out looking at the statistics my guess would have been that crime rate would have been higher in 2005 than in 1986. Old people always say things were better back in their day when the world was more innocent. Well according to statistics the world was not better back then because crime rate has decreased in the 2000's. Murder has also decreased since 1986 as well. If someone would have asked me if I thought crime has gone up or down since 1986 before seeing these statistics, I would have said up.
nmarlin1May 19, 20113KB1306
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).
ntorno8Feb 8, 20142KB1233
LCCC - poverty and crime by state
Mississippi and New Mexico are neck and neck with the percentage of their population living in poverty. I found this interesting since they are fairly distant from each other and seemingly largely different. New Hampshire had the lowest poverty rate, but surprisingly, they didn’t have the lowest number of personal crimes committed. North Dakota had the least, and though North Dakota’s poverty level was 4.1 % higher than New Hampshire, they had lower numbers of crimes across the board than New Hampshire. This was interesting to me.
the1fatherSep 1, 20102KB2468
LCCC Wine and Crime
I am a Criminal Justice Major and originaly I was looking for drugs, crime and juvaniles. I found this subject interesting because it appeared that wine consumption was up in 2004 but the crime rate was down.
am_holmanJun 11, 20101KB1827

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