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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, 201531KB8414
TESTDATA1.TXTmalviso9643Aug 18, 2019251B10
MAT126TestData
Unreal test data for four tests
beierjuFeb 13, 20093KB712
Popular Kids
Subjects were students in grades 4-6 from three school districts in Ingham and Clinton Counties, Michigan. Chase and Dummer stratified their sample, selecting students from urban, suburban, and rural school districts with approximately 1/3 of their sample coming from each district. Students indicated whether good grades, athletic ability, or popularity was most important to them. They also ranked four factors: grades, sports, looks, and money, in order of their importance for popularity. The questionnaire also asked for gender, grade level, and other demographic information. Number of cases: 478 Variable Names: Gender: Boy or girl Grade: 4, 5 or 6 Age: Age in years Race: White, Other Urban/Rural: Rural, Suburban, or Urban school district School: Brentwood Elementary, Brentwood Middle, Ridge, Sand, Eureka, Brown, Main, Portage, Westdale Middle Goals: Student's choice in the personal goals question where options were 1 = Make Good Grades, 2 = Be Popular, 3 = Be Good in Sports Grades: Rank of "make good grades" (1=most important for popularity, 4=least important) Sports: Rank of "being good at sports" (1=most important for popularity, 4=least important) Looks: Rank of "being handsome or pretty" (1=most important for popularity, 4=least important) Money: Rank of "having lots of money" (1=most important for popularity, 4=least important)
ds-12%scAug 11, 200823KB252
Exercise 16.30 Temperature
Data simulated from a Normal distribution with mu=98.2 and std=0.7. These values are based on P.A. Mackowiak et al., "A critical appraisal of 98.6 degrees F, the upper limit of the normal body temperature, and other legacies of Carl Reinhold August Wunderlick," Journal of the American Medical Association, 268, (1992), pp. 1578-1580.
bbeardAug 11, 2008171B139
Dice - Spr 2003
Individual rolls, mean, median, std dev based on 5 rolls.
bakergAug 11, 20083KB120
Difference Tests
Free use from DASL (http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/DASL/Datafiles/differencetestdat.html)
ds-12%scAug 11, 20082KB42
Units from Machine 1 & 2
Machine 1 is normal centered on 20 with stdev of .1 Machine 2 is normal centered on 20 with stdev of .3
bakergAug 11, 2008349B24
HypoStdDev.xlswikipetersonJul 7, 20083KB122
ClassData-FirstDay.xlsx38745_moodleblti_montanaFeb 8, 201741KB77
Chapter 3 3.3.5 Multiple Births_Mean_Std Dev_Grouped Datalgriffin_jsccSep 7, 2014170B470
Survey_FirstDay_MA155_Schnurbusch27740874_ecollege_semsmlpSep 17, 20145KB276
Mean, Median, Std. Dev. Data AnalysisereadingerFeb 12, 2019284B37
Chapter 3.1.21 Pulse Rates_Mean_Std Dev_Varlgriffin_jsccSep 4, 2014263B232
StatCrunchTestData.xls
Stat crunch test data
angelawqelsh50Aug 27, 201514KB5

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