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Christmas tree sales: Real vs. Fake 2004-2016
This data set contains the number of real and fake Christmas trees sold in the US between 2004 and 2016.
statcrunch_featuredNov 13, 2018398B1003
Responses to Holiday Spending
Responses to a recent StatCrunch survey in which respondents were asked how much they plan to spend this holiday season, how much they spent on Black Friday, what gift they hope to receive, their age and gender.

Check out and copy the original survey here: http://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=2514&code=RLVBQ&groupid=256

scsurveyDec 30, 20115KB1061
OH Real Christmas Tree sheyenne.ebelNov 23, 20181KB18
Time of Birth, Sex, and Birth Weight of 44 Babies
NAME: Time of Birth, Sex, and Birth Weight of 44 Babies TYPE: Observational SIZE: 44 observations, 4 variables DESCRIPTIVE ABSTRACT: The dataset contains the time of birth, sex, and birth weight for each of 44 babies born in one 24-hour period at a Brisbane, Australia, hospital. Also included is the number of minutes since midnight for each birth. SOURCE: The data appeared in the Brisbane newspaper _The Sunday Mail_ on December 21, 1997. VARIABLE DESCRIPTIONS: Columns 1 - 8 Time of birth recorded on the 24-hour clock 9 - 16 Sex of the child (1 = girl, 2 = boy) 17 - 24 Birth weight in grams 25 - 32 Number of minutes after midnight of each birth Values are aligned and delimited by blanks. There are no missing values. STORY BEHIND THE DATA: Forty-four babies -- a new record -- were born in one 24-hour period at the Mater Mothers' Hospital in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on December 18, 1997. For each of the 44 babies, _The Sunday Mail_ recorded the time of birth, the sex of the child, and the birth weight in grams. Additional information about these data can be found in the "Datasets and Stories" article "A Simple Dataset for Demonstrating Common Distributions" in the _Journal of Statistics Education_ (Dunn 1999). PEDAGOGICAL NOTES: The data can be used to demonstrate fitting the binomial distribution (the number of boys/girls born out of 44 births), the geometric distribution (the number of births until a boy/girl is born), the Poisson distribution (births per hour for each hour), and the exponential distribution (times between births). The normal distribution is found to be unsuitable for modeling the birth weights, but better results are obtained when birth weights are separated by sex. The dataset can also be used to illustrate hypothesis tests about proportions, comparisons of birth weights by gender, the runs test of randomness of gender, and skewed data. REFERENCE: Steele, S. (December 21, 1997), "Babies by the Dozen for Christmas: 24-Hour Baby Boom," _The Sunday Mail_ (Brisbane), p. 7. SUBMITTED BY: Peter K. Dunn Department of Mathematics and Computing University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia 4350 dunn@usq.edu.au
hancocdMar 18, 20172KB260
MCS-242-Topic-01
Data from "Babies by the Dozen for Christmas: 24-Hour Baby Boom"
cdoblerFeb 3, 2010803B160
Christmas Spending Womenheathernapier%scJan 25, 2008970B75
Christmas money spent by women and menzudevicki%scJan 25, 20082KB168
Christmas Spending Menheathernapier%scJan 25, 2008777B51
Data for Christmas Spending Men and Women 2006mbbopes%scJan 24, 20082KB142
Christmas Spending by Women and Menjoysayshola%scJan 28, 20082KB123
Christmas Spending Women and Menslhard%scJan 28, 20082KB101
Exam 1 - Christmas Tree HeightskjehringFeb 16, 2018113B46
Christmas Spending DataHolly20%scJan 27, 2008534B82
Spouse's Budget for Christmasgraciegurl74%scJan 28, 20081KB62
Dollars Spent at Christmassmithb1_nccFeb 7, 2012515B51

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