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US Workforce Participation
This data primarily comes from two sources: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics .
Column  Description  Year  The calendar year for each value  Annual Average Workforce Participation  Defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics as "the percentage of the population [16 years and older] that is either employed or unemployed (that is, either working or actively seeking work). Note that 2015's Annual Average is calculated using the first 11 months."  Male Workforce Participation Rate  Annual workforce participation rate for males.  Female Workforce Participation Rate  Annual workforce participation rate for females.  Male Inactivity Rate Aged 2554  Defined as the proportion of the male population aged 2554 that is not in the labour force. Common reasons for leaving labour force: college, retirement, stay at home, can't find work and no longer try.  Change in Rate (Male Inactivity Rate Aged 2554)  The change in the inactivity rate calculated as the current year minus the previous year.  Female Inactivity Rate Aged 2554  Defined as the proportion of the female population aged 2554 that is not in the labour force.  Change in Rate (Female Inactivity Rate Aged 2554)  The change in the inactivity rate calculated as the current year minus the previous year.  Presidential Control  Political party of president.  Senate Control  Political party of the Senate majority  House Control  Political party of the House of Representatives majority.  Legislative Branch (House and Senate)  Combined control of Senate and House of Representativs 
 statcrunch_featured  Jun 27, 2017  10KB  2194 
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. 157880, 1992).
"Body Temp" is measured in degrees fahrenheit
"Heart rate" is the resting beats per minute  statcrunch_featured  Jun 27, 2017  2KB  11749 
Responses to StatCrunch Users Survey
This data came from the following survey posted on the StatCrunch homepage during 2018:
https://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=20972&code=XIZVX  scsurvey  Nov 13, 2018  919KB  73 
NOAA Data Set.xlsx
This data set is for use in the MAT240 Statistics Course.  5f72120cca714ee08baaa809fbfaa0b725171_d2l_snhumlp  Nov 4, 2018  20KB  72 
Body Temperature, Alexia Denson and Josiah Hendon
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. 157880, 1992).
"Body Temp" is measured in degrees fahrenheit
"Heart rate" is the resting beats per minute  justkiya  Oct 22, 2018  2KB  272 
S. Lohse Origami Frog Jumping  Fall 2018 Update
This data represents the distance jumped, in inches, by origami frogs made by my statistics classes Fall 2018. You can find the design for the frog here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/origami/frog/  slohse9395  Aug 30, 2018  553B  745 
% voting for Obama and other state statistics
This data set has over 100 statistics (current for 201011) 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.  websterwest  Feb 16, 2013  36KB  6296 
Advanced NBA Statistics for 20132014 Season
N = 342; only players with at least 40 games played are included.
These are advanced metrics which attempt to evaluate, relatively speaking, how good an NBA basketball player was during the 20132014 (in which Kevin Durant won the MVP Award).
Variables..........Position  what position did they play?..... Age  How old was the player as of February 1, 2014?..... Team  Obvious..... PER  Player Efficiency Rating; a measure of perminute production standardized such that the league average is 15.....
TS  True Shooting Percentage; a measure of shooting effeciency that takes into account 2point field goals, 3point field goals, and free throws.....
ORB  Offensive Rebound Percentage; an estimate of the percentage of available offensive rebounds a player grabbed while he was on the floor.....
DRB  Defensive Rebound Percentage; an estimate of the percentage of available defensive rebounds a player grabbed while he was on the floor.....
TRB  Total Rebound Percentage; an estimate of the percentage of available rebounds a player grabbed while he was on the floor.....
AST  Assist Percentage; an estimate of the percentage of teammate field goals a player assisted while he was on the floor.....
STL  Steal Percentage; an estimate of the percentage of opponent possessions that end with a steal by the player while he was on the floor.....
BLK  Block Percentage; an estimate of the percentage of opponent twopoint field goal attempts blocked by the player while he was on the floor.....
TOV  Turnover Percentage; an estimate of turnovers per 100 plays.....
USG  Usage Percentage; an estimate of the percentage of team plays used by a player while he was on the floor.....
ORtg  Offensive Rating: An estimate of points produced (players) or scored (teams) per 100 possessions.....
DRtg  Defensive Rating: An estimate of points allowed per 100 possessions.....
OWS  Offensive Win Shares; an estimate of the number of wins contributed by a player due to his offense.....
DWS  Defensive Win Shares; an estimate of the number of wins contributed by a player due to his defense.....
WS  Win Shares; an estimate of the number of wins contributed by a player.
 daniel.inghram  May 22, 2014  33KB  3628 
Federal Food Assistance Participation
This primarily comes from the following source: United States Department of Agriculture: Food and Nutrition Service . This dataset also incorporates data from another StatCrunch dataset: US Workforce Participation
Column  Description  Year  The year for each data value  Average Federal Food Assistance Participation in Thousands  Number of individuals in the US who took part in SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) during the given year.  % US Population on Federal Food Assitance  % of US population that is currently in the SNAP program and is receiving aid with food.  Change of % (US Population on Federal Food Assistance)  The change in the percentage of the US population that is receiving food assistance from SNAP.  Presidential Control  Political party of president.  Senate Control  Political party of the Senate majority  House Control  Political party of the House of Representatives majority.  Legislative Branch (House and Senate)  Combined control of Senate and House of Representativs  Male Inactivity Rate Aged 2554  Defined as the proportion of the male population aged 2554 that is not in the labour force. Common reasons for leaving labour force: college, retirement, stay at home, can't find work and no longer try.  Change of Rate (Male Inactivity Rate Aged 2554)  The change in the inactivity rate calculated as the current year minus the previous year.  Female Inactivity Rate Aged 2554  Defined as the proportion of the female population aged 2554 that is not in the labour force.  Change of Rate (Female Inactivity Rate Aged 2554)  The change in the inactivity rate calculated as the current year minus the previous year.  Annual Average Workforce Participation Rate  Defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics as "the percentage of the population [16 years and older] that is either employed or unemployed (that is, either working or actively seeking work). Note that 2015's Annual Average is calculated using the first 11 months."  Change of Rate (Annual Workforce Participation Rate)  The change in the workforce participation rate calculated as the current year minus the previous year. 
 statcrunchhelp  Jan 8, 2016  10KB  1673 
Top Rated Jobs 2014
This data is gathered from careercast.com and is available in it's original form at the source listed above. The dataset originally was created by Keisha Brown from Georgia Perimeter College.
Column  Description  Ranking  Ranking from 0 to 200 based on the combined “Overall Rating”  Job  Title for the job.  Median Annual Income  Based on Bureau of Labor Statistics  Overall Rating  Combined rating based on income, stress, hiring outlook, and work environment. The lower the rating the better rated the job.  Stress Rating  A rating from 1 to 200 estimating the overall stress level from the job. This essentially is a ranking with 1 being the least stressful job and 200 being the most stressful job.  Hiring Outlook Rating  A rating from 1 to 200 estimating the overall stress level from the job. This essentially is a ranking with 1 being the best hiring outlook and 200 being the worst hiring outlook.  Work Environment Rating  A rating from 1 to 200 estimating the overall stress level from the job. This essentially is a ranking with 1 being the best work environment and 200 being the worst work environment. 
 statcrunchhelp  Mar 14, 2016  9KB  2594 
Data from an Introductory Statistics Class
Students in an introductory statistics class were asked to fill out a data sheet, creating the following variables.
Height  height of the student measured in inches;
Gender  student's gender (male or female);
Shoes  the number of pairs of shoes that the student owns;
Number  the student was asked to choose a number between 1 and 10;
Dvds  the student was asked how many DVD's did he or she own;
ToSleep  time (to the nearest half hour) did you go to bed last night?
(this was converted to the number of hours past midnight);
WakeUp   time (to the nearest half hour) did you wake up this morning?
(this was converted to the number of hours past midnight);
NOTE: One can complete the hours of sleep by the computation
HoursSleep = WakeUp  ToSleep;
Haircut  answer to "How much did you spend on your last haircut (including
the tip)?";
Job  answer to "How many hours do you plan to work on a job per week this
semester?;
Drink  answer to "For an evening meal, do you prefer water, soda (pop),
milk?" This was recorded as water, soda, pop, or blank.;
SleeplessInSeattle  the student was asked to rate the movie "Sleepless in
Seattle" on a scale from 1 to 10. The answer is blank if he or she did not
see the movie.;
Pirates  the student was asked to rate the movie "Pirates of
the Caribbean" on a scale from 1 to 10. The answer is blank if he or she
did not see the movie.  bayesball  Apr 13, 2008  67KB  6370 
Text Messaging
This is a set of data from the 20072008 AP Stats students at Rancho Cucamonga High School regarding their text messaging skills and habits. A survey was filled out. A template for measuring thumb lengths was provided. Times were recorded for 2 sentences: A: Statistics students are above average. B: Meet me at my car after school today. A complete curriculum module using this survey can be found on AP Central: http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/courses/teachers_corner/195435.html  mrmathman1  Jul 1, 2009  20KB  2810 
AP Statistics Predictions 201316
GPA = Student's Weighted GPA before beginning AP Statistics
PrevMath = The highest math course the student completed at our school prior to AP Stats
AP.Ave = The student's average score on the AP exams taken (if available)
MathGPA = Unweighted GPA of student's work in math courses
MT.MC = Students number correct (out of 40) on the multiple choice section of their midterm (MT)
MT.Raw = Student's raw score (out of 100) on the multiple choice and free response sections of a previously released AP exam
Locus.Aug = Student's score (out of 100) on the LOCUS diagnostic test in the beginning of the school year
S1P = Student's first semester grade as a percentage
S1G = Student's first semester letter grade
S1F = Student's (scaled) first semester final exam grade (a.k.a. midterm test grade)
S2P = Student's second semester grade as a percentage
S2G = Student's second semester letter grade
Ch 14 = Student's raw test average on ch. 14
Ch 16 = Student's raw test average on ch. 16
Ch 18 = Students raw test average on ch. 18
MT = Student's raw test average on the midterm
Ch 112=Student's raw test average on ch. 112 (entire textbook)
Mock 1 = Student's raw score on first mock exam (midMarch)
Mock 2 = Student's raw score on second mock exam (late April)
Mock 1&2 = Student's average on two mock exams
MT&Mock1&2 = Student's average on midterm and two mock exams
MT.AP = Student's converted score (15) on midterm
Mocks.AP = Student's converted score (15) on average of two mock exams
MT&Mocks.AP = Student's converted score (15) on average of MT and two mock exams
ACTUAL = student's actual performance on AP exam (blank means student opted out of taking exam)
MT.Resid = Actual score  Midterm score
Mocks.Resid = Actual score  average Mock exam score
MT&Mocks.Resid = Actual score  average midterm and mock exam score
 je175  Jul 5, 2016  9KB  1936 
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_richard  May 2, 2016  8KB  1131 
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), righttoWork (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.  kjryan  Nov 10, 2016  4KB  2605 

