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Titanic Survival Data
This has the survival data for the passengers on the Titanic. It also has if they were an adult or child, their gender, and the class they were staying on.
statcrunch_featuredApr 3, 201748KB3905
Body Temperature
Data taken from the Journal of Statistics Education online data archive. That archive in turn got the data from an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association. (Mackowiak, et al., "A Critical Appraisal of 98.6 Degrees F …", vol. 268, pp. 1578-80, 1992).
"Body Temp" is measured in degrees fahrenheit
"Heart rate" is the resting beats per minute
statcrunch_featuredJun 27, 20172KB11749
Responses to Life Expectancy Survey
Respondents were asked to provide their gender, age and the number of more years they expected to live.
scsurveySep 11, 201435KB1203
Incident Data for Traffic Tickets
These data are from a survey of traffic violations; participants could report on up to 4 incidents. Had Ticket: 0 = No, 1 = Yes; Tickets = Number of tickets received in life; Warnings = Number of warnings (i.e., pulled over but no ticket) in life; Age at incident; Reason for incident; How far over the speed limit the citation was for; Time# and Time both indicate time of day of incident; Road indicates where incident occurred; Utah = Whether incident occurred in Utah (0 = No, 1 = Yes); as well as the make, model, and category of the car.
qtpie1480Dec 2, 201018KB2753
Driver Data for Traffic Tickets
These data are from a survey of traffic violations. Female: 0 = Male, 1 = Female; Had Ticket: 0 = No, 1 = Yes; Tickets = Number of tickets received in life; Warnings = Number of warnings (i.e., pulled over but no ticket) in life.
qtpie1480Dec 2, 20104KB1436
titanic_full.xls
VARIABLE DESCRIPTIONS: survival Survival (0 = No; 1 = Yes), pclass Passenger Class (1 = 1st; 2 = 2nd; 3 = 3rd), name Name, sex Sex, age Age, sibsp Number of Siblings/Spouses Aboard, parch Number of Parents/Children Aboard, ticket Ticket Number, fare Passenger Fare, cabin Cabin, embarked Port of Embarkation (C = Cherbourg; Q = Queenstown; S = Southampton), boat Lifeboat, body Body Identification Number home.dest Home/Destination.
swhardyOct 25, 2015110KB1274
WHO Health Data v4.xlsx
Country Country, Region WHO_region, AlcConsumption Total (recorded + unrecorded) adult (15+ years) per capita consumption projected estimates for 2008_2008 BAC_limit Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limit for drivers - general - 2011, bednet Women that slept under a bednet last night (%), bednet_yr bednet Year, drinkWater_R Population using improved drinking-water sources (%)_Rural_2011, drinkWater_U Population using improved drinking-water sources (%)_Urban_2011, healthcenters Total density per 100 000 population: Health centres, healthposts Total density per 100 000 population: Health posts, Hiv_AidsDeaths Deaths due to HIV/AIDS (per 100 000 population)_2011, HivAdults Prevalence of HIV among adults aged 15 to 49 (%)_2011, hospital_yr hospital Year of data collection, hospitals Total density per 100 000 population: Hospitals, LifeExp_60_F Life expectancy at age 60 (years)_Female_2011, LifeExp_60_M Life expectancy at age 60 (years)_Male_2011, LifeExp_Birth_F Life expectancy at birth (years)_Female_2011, LifeExp_Birth_M Life expectancy at birth (years)_Male_2011, NumRegVehicles Number of Registered Vehicles Nursing_Midwives, Nursing_and_midwifery_personnel_density__per_1000_population_, Physicians Physicians_density__per_1000_population_, pollution Outdoor air pollution (Annual PM10 [ug/m3]), polYear Year, RegVehYear Year, rural_hosp Total density per 100 000 population: District/rural hospitals, sanFacility_R Population using improved sanitation facilities (%)_Rural_2011, sanFacility_U Population using improved sanitation facilities (%)_Urban_2011, seat_belt_drivers Seat-belt wearing rate (%) Driver only_2011, sex_work_syph Sex workers with active syphilis (%), sex_work_syph_yr sex_work_syph Year of data collection, spec_hosp Total density per 100 000 population: Specialized hospitals, Tobacco_S_F Current smoking of any tobacco product (age-standardized rate)_Female_2009, Tobacco_S_M Current smoking of any tobacco product (age-standardized rate)_Male_2009, Tobacco_Y_F Current users of any tobacco product (youth rate)_Female_2010, Tobacco_Y_M Current users of any tobacco product (youth rate)_Male_2010, TrafDeathRate Estimated road traffic death rate (per 100 000 population)_2010, TrafDeaths Estimated number of road traffic deaths _2010, UVradiation UV radiation_2004.
swhardyDec 6, 201531KB7143
TrafficTickets
These data are from a survey of traffic violations; participants could report on up to 4 incidents. Had Ticket: 0 = No, 1 = Yes; Tickets = Number of tickets received in life; Warnings = Number of warnings (i.e., pulled over but no ticket) in life; Age at incident; Reason for incident; How far over the speed limit the citation was for; Time# and Time both indicate time of day of incident; Road indicates where incident occurred; Utah = Whether incident occurred in Utah (0 = No, 1 = Yes); as well as the make, model, and category of the car.
cvoiseiSep 7, 201726KB2191
Cell Phone OLI
Math Math SAT score Verbal Verbal SAT score Credits Number of credits the student is registered for Year Year in college (1=Freshman, 2=Sophomore, 3=Junior, 4=Senior) Exer Time (in minutes) spent exercising in a typical day Sleep Time (in hours) spent sleeping in a typical day Veg Are you a vegetarian (yes, no, some) Cell Do you own a cell phone (yes, no) Cell Phones College students at a large state university completed a survey about their academic and personal life. Questions ranged from "How many credits are you registered for this semester?" to "Would you define yourself as a vegetarian?" Four sections of an introductory statistics course were chosen at random from all the sections of introductory statistics courses offered at the university in the semester when the survey was conducted, and the 312 students who completed the survey were students registered in one of the four chosen sections. In this exercise, we will use a subset of variables from the survey and use the collected data to answer three questions. Note that (1) these are real data, and (2) the symbol * in the worksheet means that this observation is not available (this is known as a "missing value").
corp_richardMay 2, 20168KB1131
Responses to Future Optimism Survey
Respondents provided their Age, Gender, and the age they expected to retire (Age retire). They also answered if they are more or less optimistic about the future of the United States than you were a year ago (Optimistic future), and if they expected to be better off than their parents were over their lifetime (Expect future).
scsurveyJul 24, 201893KB561
Percent of Adult Current Smokers by Sex and Race/Ethnicity, 1995-2010
The original data comes from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Cited from the source: Adults are defined as 18 years of age and older. The CDC defines a "Current Smoker" as an adult who has smoked at least 100 cigarettes (5 packs) in their lifetime and currently smokes either "Every Day" or "Some Days." BRFSS data methodology changed in 2011; therefore, 2011 and after is not comparable to 2010 data and before.
statcrunchhelpMar 9, 20161KB823
Titanic Passenger List
VARIABLE DESCRIPTIONS: survival Survival (0 = No; 1 = Yes), pclass Passenger Class (1 = 1st; 2 = 2nd; 3 = 3rd), name Name, sex Sex, age Age, sibsp Number of Siblings/Spouses Aboard, parch Number of Parents/Children Aboard, ticket Ticket Number, fare Passenger Fare, cabin Cabin, embarked Port of Embarkation (C = Cherbourg; Q = Queenstown; S = Southampton), boat Lifeboat, body Body Identification Number home.dest Home/Destination.
lmcmath34Jun 29, 2016123KB1344
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.
websterwestMar 1, 20107KB1067
ExerciseHours.csv
Fifty students were asked how many hours a week they exercise and the results of recorded in the Exercise Hours dataset . In addition to the exercise information, other demographic and lifestyle variables were collected. You can find these data ExerciseHours.csv under the “Data” folder at the top of Moodle. There are 7 variables in the dataset: • Year: Year in school (Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior) • Gender: Student’s gender (male or female) • Hand: Whether student is predominantly left-handed (l) or right-handed (r) • Exercise: Hours of exercise per week • TV: Hours of TV viewing per week • Pulse: Pulse rate (beats per minute) • Pierces: Number of body piercings
sigue006Jun 20, 2016897B2833
domviol.xls
This data was a pilot study of health outcomes related to domestic violence. Women from domestic violence shelters were asked about the severity of symptoms experienced in the last year. Women who were not abused were often workers at domestic violence shelters. The severity of the emotional, sexual, and physical violence was categorized into four groups 0 - no abuse, 1=least abuse, 2=middle level, and 3 = most. Abused is a dummy for whether abuse occurred. The main outcome variables are dummy variables for whether the woman experienced the health malady often in the last year. sxllhead=severe headaches, sxlinsom=insomnia, sxlchest=chest pain, sxlpelv=pelvic pain, sxlstom=stomach pain, sxlchok=sensation of choking, sxlbrea=shortness of breath,sxlvag=vaginal infection, sxlfat = fatigue. The women were age 18 - 48. Age25-34 is a dummy variable for age 25-34 and age35p is a dummy for ages 35 - 48. The variables least, middle, and most are dummy variables for level of violence. [Note: there are no easy labels for severity of violence. The label "Least" in no way implies that such a level is not important nor does it imply that there are no serious negative consequences on the life of the women experiencing the violence.] Creating contingency tables of abuse status vs. the health maladies is excellent practice for conditional probability and calculating a prevalence ratio to compare the two probabilities.
jph422Oct 15, 20086KB753

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