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Galton Data
The table below gives data based on the famous 1885 study of Francis Galton exploring the relationship between the heights of adult children and the heights of their parents. Each case is an adult child, and the variables are Family: The family that the child belongs to, labeled from 1 to 204 and 136A Father: The father's height, in inches Mother: The mother's height, in inches Gender: The gender of the child, male (M) or female (F) Height: The height of the child, in inches Kids: The number of kids in the family of the child
msullivan13803Dec 13, 201824KB289
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, 2018204KB1061
US Counties and Presidential Voting Dataset
Sampling Unit county 3141 observations and 19 variables, maximum # NAs:2956 Name county -- County state -- State msa -- Metropolitan Statistical Area pmsa -- Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area pop.density -- 1992 pop per 1990 miles^2 pop -- 1990 population pop.change -- Percent population change 1980-1992 age6574 -- Percent age 65-74, 1990 age75 -- Percent age >= 75, 1990 crime -- serious crimes per 100,000 1991 college -- Percent with bachelor's degree or higher of those age>=25 income -- median family income, 1989 dollars farm -- farm population, % of total, 1990 democrat -- Percent votes cast for democratic president republican -- Percent votes cast for republican president Perot -- Percent votes cast for Ross Perot white -- Percent white, 1990 black -- Percent black, 1990 turnout -- 1992 votes for president / 1990 pop x 100
craig_slinkmanApr 12, 2011755KB2093
Responses to When to start a family? survey
Survey respondents were asked to specify the age that they feel is best for starting a family (Start age), their current age (Age), whether or not they have kids (Have kids), when they started having children (Started) and their gender (Gender).
scsurveyApr 12, 201113KB1432
Survey on Exercise
- Value Key 2 Yes 1 No 2 Male 1 Female 1-Aesthetics 2-Fitness 3-Fun 4-Healthy 5-Hobby 6-Medical 7-No Motivation 8-Mental Motional 9-Requirement 10-Social 11-Time 1-Cardio 2-Combination 3-None 4-Resistance 5-yoga / Pilates Source of information on exercise. 1-Doctor 2-Friend or family 3-Media 4-N/A 5-professional 6-text 7-school 8-trainer 1- 2-.5-1 years 3- <.5 years 4-1-2 years 5- 2+ years 1=0 2=1-2 3=3-4 4=5+ 1=0 2- < 30 minutes 3. 31-60 4- 61-90 5- > 90 Source of information on exercise. 1-Doctor 2-Friend or family 3-Media 4-N/A 5-professional 6-text 7-school 8-trainer
jramirez514May 18, 20133KB2102
Alcohol data from adults
My group and I design a survey to find out among the adult who drinks , why they drink, their age, education level and how many drink they have per day. The data was gathered individually and put together into statcrunch by one member of the group. This survey shows the number of drinking adults and what motivate them to drink. Our survey question is below. 1. Do you Drink Alcohol? Circle one: Y N 2. What is your age?____years 3. What is your gender? Circle one: Male Female 4. Are you having an increasing number of A. Financial problems B. family problems C. Work problems D. Health problems E. Financial and family problems F financial, health and family problems G. Family and work problems H. Financial, Family, and work problems I. none of the above Circle one. 5. How many drinks do you have a week?_____ drinks 6. Education: What is the highest degree or level of school you have completed? If currently enrolled, mark the previous grade or highest degree received. A. No schooling completed B. Nursery school to 8th grade C. 9th, 10th or 11th grade D. 12th grade, no diploma E. High school graduate - high school diploma or the equivalent (for example: GED) F. Some college credit, but less than 1 year G. 1 or more years of college, no degree H. Associate degree (for example: AA, AS) I. Bachelor's degree (for example: BA, AB, BS) J. Master's degree (for example: MA, MS, MEng, MEd, MSW, MBA) K. Professional degree (for example: MD, DDS, DVM, LLB, JD) Circle one. ----- Original Message ---- Sent on:Tuesday, May 22, 2012 11:46 PM Hi. It looks good. Change: 2. What is your gender? Circle one: Male Female Other to2. What is your gender? Circle one: Male Female Other Since I do not think you will get someone answering as Other. In #3, I forgot another option:3. Are you having an increasing number of A. Financial problems B. family problems C. Work problems D. Financial and family problems E. financial and family problems F. Family and work problems G. Financial, Family, and work problems H. none of the above Circle one.
rosesegeJun 21, 20129KB4637
statecrimedata.xls
Pop - Population by state (2008), Crime Variables: Murder - Murder and non-negligent manslaughter rate (2008), Rape - Forcible Rape rate (2008), Robbery - Robbery rate (2008), Assault - Aggravated Assault rate (2008), Burglary - Burglary rate (2008), VehTheft - Vehicle Theft rate (2008), Demographic Variables: UnEmp - Unemployment Rate (2010), HSGrad - Percentage of adult population that graduated from high school (2005), CollGrad - Percentage of adult population that graduated from college (2005), MedianInc - Median Income for Family of 4 (2005), Crime Related Expenitures: Police - Police Expenditures (2005), Judicial - Judicial Expenditures (2005), Corrections - Corrections Expenditures (2005),
swhardyNov 3, 20156KB2605
Completed Facebook survey report
The following data set is the result of a facebook survey completed by several fellow students and myself. The questions asked in the survey were 1) How many friends do you have 2) How many hours per day do you spend on Facebook 3) Do you feel Facebook takes time away from your family 4) Why do you use facebook.
danielleruddJun 12, 201610KB795
guns.xls
Random Sample of 1000 High School Seniors in 2005; REGION 1=East, 2=South, 3=Central, 4=West, FIRED (Ever fired a gun) 1=Yes, 2=No; OWN (anyone in family own a gun) 1=Yes, 2=No; GUNTHRET (Anyone you know ever been threatened by a gun) 1=Yes, 2=No; LAWCOOL (Do you favor a 5 day period between purchase and delivery of gun) 1=Yes, 2=No 3=Not available; SEX (1=Male, 2=Female); BORNAGN (Do you consider yourself Bornagain) 1=Yes, 2=No, 3=Not available; PARTY (1=Democrat, 2=Republican, 3=Not affiliated or not political)
jph422Nov 21, 200816KB629
Guatemalan Family Planning Data v2
BEST TO USE THIS VERSION BECAUSE SOME PROBLEMS HAVE BEEN FIXED. DO NOT CHOOSE age.cat - IT HAS TOO MANY CATEGORIES. This demographic and family planning data was collected by University of Maine at Farmington students in Comalapa, Guatemala in 2007 in partnership with Women’s International Network for Guatemalan Solutions (WINGS). WINGS is non-governmental organization whose mission is to create opportunities for Guatemalan families to improve their lives through family planning education and access to reproductive health services. Demographic data: gender, age.cat, civil.status, occ.place (occupation place), occ.type (occupation type), edu (education), religion, numchildren, pregtimes (pregnancy times – numeric), preg.times.cat (pregnancy times – categorical ),Amenities: car,television,phone,bicycle, Sexual Activity: firstsex (age of first sexual experience – numeric), firstsex.cat(age of first sexual experience – categorical) , everbeenpregnant, fagefirstpreg (age at first pregnancy, females only), mageatfirstchild (age at first child, males only), current.partner, Birth Control Method Awareness: awarebirthcontrol, awareCondoms, awareFemalesterilization, awareMalesterilization, awarePill, awareIUD, awareInjection, awareRhythm, agefirstlearn (age when first learned about birth control), Birth Control Information Obtained from: Healthpromoter, School, Media, Other.obtained (information obtained from another source), Birth Control Usage: everusedbirthcontrol, currusingbirthcontrol, Other Family Planning Data: comfortable (comfortable visiting family planning clinic) , delaying (opinion on delaying a first pregnancy) , spacing.pregnancies (opinion on spacing pregnancies), howlongwaitbetween (how long would they like to wait between pregnancies), limiting (opinion on limiting family size), howmanychildren (how many children would they like to have), pregplans12 (plan to become pregnant within the next 12 months).
swhardyMar 31, 201687KB398
US Single Parent Family Rates by Race, Year
This data set comes from the following website:
http://datacenter.kidscount.org/data/tables/107-children-in-single-parent-families-by-race?loc=1&loct=1#detailed/1/any/false/573,868,35,16/10,11,9,12,1,185,13/432,431

It breaks down the single parent family rates in the US over 4 years between 2005 and 2015.

ntorno8May 10, 2017900B206
Guatemala Family Planning Data
This demographic and family planning data was collected by University of Maine at Farmington students in Comalapa, Guatemala in 2007 in partnership with Women’s International Network for Guatemalan Solutions (WINGS). WINGS is non-governmental organization whose mission is to create opportunities for Guatemalan families to improve their lives through family planning education and access to reproductive health services. Demographic data: gender, age.cat, civil.status, occ.place (occupation place), occ.type (occupation type), edu (education), religion, numchildren, pregtimes (pregnancy times – numeric), preg.times.cat (pregnancy times – categorical ),Amenities: car,television,phone,bicycle, Sexual Activity: firstsex (age of first sexual experience – numeric), firstsex.cat(age of first sexual experience – categorical) , everbeenpregnant, fagefirstpreg (age at first pregnancy, females only), mageatfirstchild (age at first child, males only), current.partner, Birth Control Method Awareness: awarebirthcontrol, awareCondoms, awareFemalesterilization, awareMalesterilization, awarePill, awareIUD, awareInjection, awareRhythm, agefirstlearn (age when first learned about birth control), Birth Control Information Obtained from: Healthpromoter, School, Media, Other.obtained (information obtained from another source), Birth Control Usage: everusedbirthcontrol, currusingbirthcontrol, Other Family Planning Data: comfortable (comfortable visiting family planning clinic) , delaying (opinion on delaying a first pregnancy) , spacing.pregnancies (opinion on spacing pregnancies), howlongwaitbetween (how long would they like to wait between pregnancies), limiting (opinion on limiting family size), howmanychildren (how many children would they like to have), pregplans12 (plan to become pregnant within the next 12 months).
swhardyMar 9, 201692KB278
US Crime
These data are crime-related and demographic statistics for 47 US states in 1960. The data were collected from the FBI's Uniform Crime Report and other government agencies to determine how the variable crime rate depends on the other variables measured in the study. Number of cases: 47 Reference:Vandaele, W. (1978) Participation in illegitimate activities: Erlich revisited. In Deterrence and incapacitation, Blumstein, A., Cohen, J. and Nagin, D., eds., Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, 270-335. Methods: A Primer, New York: Chapman & Hall, 11. Also found in: Hand, D.J., et al. (1994) A Handbook of Small Data Sets, London: Chapman & Hall, 101-103. [Collinearity , Correlation , Causation , Lurking variable , Regression]
VariableDescription
R Crime rate # of offenses reported to police per million population
Age The number of males of age 14-24 per 1000 population
S Indicator variable for Southern states (0 = No, 1 = Yes)
Ed Mean # of years of schooling x 10 for persons of age 25 or older
Ex0 1960 per capita expenditure on police by state and local government
Ex1 1959 per capita expenditure on police by state and local government
LF Labor force participation rate per 1000 civilian urban males age 14-24
MThe number of males per 1000 females
NState population size in hundred thousands
NW The number of non-whites per 1000 population
U1Unemployment rate of urban males per 1000 of age 14-24
U2 Unemployment rate of urban males per 1000 of age 35-39
W Median value of transferable goods and assets or family income in tens of $
X The number of families per 1000 earning below 1/2 the median income
ds-231%scAug 11, 20082KB2079
Wages and Hours
The data are from a national sample of 6000 households with a male head earning less than $15,000 annually in 1966. The data were clasified into 39 demographic groups for analysis. The study was undertaken in the context of proposals for a guaranteed annual wage (negative income tax). At issue was the response of labor supply (average hours) to increasing hourly wages. The study was undertaken to estimate this response from available data [ Regression , Outlier , Collinearity , Assumptions, regression]
VariableDescription
HRSAverage hours worked during the year
WAGE Average hourly wage ($)
ERSP Average yearly earnings of spouse ($)
ERNO Average yearly earnings of other family members ($)
NEIN Average yearly non-earned income
ASSET Average family asset holdings (Bank account, etc.) ($)
AGE Average age of respondent
DEP Average number of dependents
RACEPercent of white respondents
SCHOOL Average highest grade of school completed
ds-231%scAug 11, 20082KB1462
Ice Cream Consumption
Ice cream consumption was measured over 30 four-week periods from March 18, 1951 to July 11, 1953. The purpose of the study was to determine if ice cream consumption depends on the variables price, income, or temperature. The variables Lag-temp and Year have been added to the original data. Number of cases: 30 Reference: Koteswara Rao Kadiyala (1970) Testing for the independence of regression disturbances. Econometrica, 38, 97-117. Also found in: Hand, D.J., et al. (1994) A Handbook of Small Data Sets, London: Chapman & Hall, 214. [Regression , Time series ]
VariableDescription
Date Time period (1-30) of the study (from 3/18/51 to 7/11/53)
IC Ice cream consumption in pints per capita
Price Price of ice cream per pint in dollars
Income Weekly family income in dollars
Temp Mean temperature in degrees F.
Lag-temp Temp variable lagged by one time period
Year Year within the study (0 = 1951, 1 = 1952, 2 = 1953)
ds-231%scAug 11, 2008802B1376

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