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Thanksgiving 2015 Poll Data
This data was collected using a SurveyMonkey poll conducted on November 17th, 2015. Originally there were 1,058 respondents. The following where the original questions summarized in this data set:
Do you celebrate Thanksgiving?
What is typically the main dish at your Thanksgiving dinner?
How is the main dish typically cooked?
What kind of stuffing/dressing do you typically have?
What type of cranberry sauce do you typically have?
Do you typically have gravy?
Which of these side dishes are typically served at your Thanksgiving dinner? Please select all that apply.
Corn
Green beans/green bean casserole
Mashed potatoes
Rolls/biscuits
Yams/sweet potato casserole
Which type of pie is typically served at your Thanksgiving dinner? Please select all that apply.
Apple
Pecan
Pumpkin
Which of these desserts do you typically have at Thanksgiving dinner? Please select all that apply.
Do you typically pray before or after the Thanksgiving meal?
How far will you travel for Thanksgiving?
Will you watch any of the following programs on Thanksgiving?
Macy's Parade What's the age cutoff at your "kids' table" at Thanksgiving?
Have you ever tried to meet up with hometown friends on Thanksgiving night?
Have you ever attended a "Friendsgiving?"
Will you shop any Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day?
Do you work in retail?
Will you employer make you work on Black Friday?
How would you describe where you live?
Age
What is your gender?
How much total combined money did all members of your HOUSEHOLD earn last year?
What US Region do you live in?
statcrunch_featuredNov 14, 2018204KB5279
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).
statcrunch_featuredJan 2, 201888KB7205
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).
websterwestOct 3, 201488KB1840
Responses to Space Travel
This data set was collected via a StatCrunch survey. Respondents were asked if they would accept an offer for a free trip to space, their age and gender.

Check out the original survey here: http://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=4006&code=XFIVP&groupid=256

Feel free to copy this survey and use for your own data collection.

scsurveyOct 2, 201223KB1599
Responses to Summer Spending Habits
Responses to a survey on the StatCrunch homepage. Respondents were asked if the state of the economy impacted their summer spending, if they traveled this summer, how many dollars they spent on travel this summer, and their age.

Check out the original survey here: http://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=2181&code=PNIJE&groupid=256

scsurveySep 13, 20118KB2928
Responses to Spring Break Survey
A recent survey asked respondents if they plan to travel for spring break. It also asked how far they planned to travel (in miles), how they will travel, their planned activity, gender and age.

Check out the original survey here: http://statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=1301&code=KLQBK&groupid=256

Feel free to copy it for your own use

scsurveyFeb 23, 20118KB1545
Home Runs 2016
Data on all home runs hit during the 2016 baseball season. If the home run flew uninterrupted all the way back to field level, the actual distance the ball traveled from home plate, in feet. If the ball's flight was interrupted before returning all the way down to field level (as is usually the case), the estimated distance the ball would have traveled if its flight had continued uninterrupted all the way down to field level. Horiz. Angle - the initial direction of the ball as it left the bat in degrees, where 45 degrees is straight down the right field line, 90 degrees is straight over second base and 135 degrees is straight down the left field line. Apex - the highest point reached by the ball in flight above field level, in feet. Three types of home runs: "Just Enough" or "JE", which means the ball cleared the fence by less than 10 vertical feet, OR that it landed less than one fence height past the fence. These are the ones that barely made it over the fence... - "No Doubt", or "ND", which means the ball cleared the fence by at least 20 vertical feet AND landed at least 50 feet past the fence. These are the really deep blasts... - "Plenty", or "PL", which is everything else. Source: http://www.hittrackeronline.com/index.php
msullivan13803Nov 18, 2016566KB1162
1st: helium football
Datafile Name: Helium football Datafile Subjects: Sports Story Names: Helium football Reference: Lafferty, M. B. (1993), "OSU scientists get a kick out of sports controversy, "The Columbus Dispatch (November, 21, 1993), B7. Authorization: Contact authors Description: Two identical footballs, one air-filled and one helium-filled, were used outdoors on a windless day at The Ohio State University's athletic complex. Each football was kicked 39 times and the two footballs were alternated with each kick. The experimenter recorded the distance traveled by each ball. Number of cases: 39 Variable Names: Trial: Trial Number Air: distance in yards for air-filled football Helium: distance in yards for helium-filled football
phil_larsonSep 13, 2012359B1111
Home Runs 2016
Data on all home runs hit during the 2016 baseball season. If the home run flew uninterrupted all the way back to field level, the actual distance the ball traveled from home plate, in feet. If the ball's flight was interrupted before returning all the way down to field level (as is usually the case), the estimated distance the ball would have traveled if its flight had continued uninterrupted all the way down to field level. Horiz. Angle - the initial direction of the ball as it left the bat in degrees, where 45 degrees is straight down the right field line, 90 degrees is straight over second base and 135 degrees is straight down the left field line. Apex - the highest point reached by the ball in flight above field level, in feet. Three types of home runs: "Just Enough" or "JE", which means the ball cleared the fence by less than 10 vertical feet, OR that it landed less than one fence height past the fence. These are the ones that barely made it over the fence... - "No Doubt", or "ND", which means the ball cleared the fence by at least 20 vertical feet AND landed at least 50 feet past the fence. These are the really deep blasts... - "Plenty", or "PL", which is everything else. Source: http://www.hittrackeronline.com/index.php
mcack1Feb 7, 2017566KB1362
commute times.xlsx
Self-reported commute times to class, in minutes, for each student.
gchestertonJan 12, 2011160B714
Home Runs 2015 traditional
Data on all home runs hit during the 2015 baseball season. Excludes "inside the park" home runs. True Dist. (True Distance, a.k.a. Actual Distance) - If the home run flew uninterrupted all the way back to field level, the actual distance the ball traveled from home plate, in feet. If the ball's flight was interrupted before returning all the way down to field level (as is usually the case), the estimated distance the ball would have traveled if its flight had continued uninterrupted all the way down to field level. Horiz. Angle - the initial direction of the ball as it left the bat in degrees, where 45 degrees is straight down the right field line, 90 degrees is straight over second base and 135 degrees is straight down the left field line. Apex - the highest point reached by the ball in flight above field level, in feet. Source: http://www.hittrackeronline.com/index.php
msullivan13803Jul 7, 2016482KB730
One day vehicle trip data summary
National Household Travel Survey -- One-Day Vehicle Trip Data Summary for the National Sample (Excludes trips by motorcycles, RV, Motorhomes, and other)
nshidoreDec 9, 2008643KB289
HomeRun_2018
This data represent the distance (in feet) all home runs hit during the 2018 Major League baseball season traveled. The home run had to be traditional (that is, cross over the outfield fence on a fly). The source of this data is StatCast at www.baseballsavant.mlb.com.
msullivan13803Jan 15, 2019116KB400
U.S. CBP Drug Seizure Statistics
This data set summarizes the POUNDS of drugs seized AT PORTS OF ENTRY and BETWEEN PORTS OF ENTRY. See below for information from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency. "U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the nation’s largest federal law enforcement agency charged with securing the nation’s borders and facilitating international travel and trade. Our top priority is to keep terrorists and their weapons from entering the United States. At the nation’s more than 300 ports of entry, CBP officers have a complex mission with broad law enforcement authorities tied to screening all foreign visitors, returning American citizens and imported cargo that enters the U.S. Along the nation’s borders, the United States Border Patrol and Air and Marine Operations are the uniformed law enforcement arms of CBP responsible for securing U.S. borders between ports of entry." These data and summary were obtained from: https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/cbp-enforcement-statistics
dlozimekJan 23, 20191KB236
ACC-American Vacation Stops-Nicole C.
Hello class, I enjoy traveling very much, and I thought that this data set would be fun to start with for the first lab. It is showing that out of 3000 people, yellow stone had the most votes on a vacation preference. I am unclear as to how they got the percentage. I have added up total votes to 3000 individuals. I divided each total vote. The percentage is off. It's an easy fix unless it was was meant to come out to these results. In that case I would like to know what the percentage means. Also I want to know more about the information given. Who were the individuals, why only 3000 people, why only these destinations? All in all, a great start! I'll have to check yellowstone out since 303 people out of 3000 would choose to go. And of course since I have never been. Thanks for checking my lab out, Nicole
namebrand227Aug 29, 2013431B289

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