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Super Heroes
This data set originally came from the following website: https://www.kaggle.com/claudiodavi/superhero-set. It contains various physical characteristics for over 700 fictional comic book super heroes.
statcrunch_featuredAug 1, 201847KB4053
Driver Data for Traffic Tickets
These data are from a survey of traffic violations. Female: 0 = Male, 1 = Female; Had Ticket: 0 = No, 1 = Yes; Tickets = Number of tickets received in life; Warnings = Number of warnings (i.e., pulled over but no ticket) in life.
qtpie1480Dec 2, 20104KB1436
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.
bayesballApr 13, 200867KB6372
Student Survey of Eye Color and Hair Colormath.ralphFeb 20, 201869KB1998
surveys09.xls
Height (inches), Haircut (dollars), Gender (0=male, 1=female), study (hours), work (hours), Smoking (0=no, 1=yes), Movie (0=no, 1=yes), exercise (0=rarely, 1=1-2 per week, 2=3 or more per week), salary (dollars), loans (dollars)
holcombstudentJan 21, 20094KB234
HairCut Data
Spring 2006 Section 3-4 Haircuts by Gender
ds-10519%scAug 11, 2008303B252
Yale hair/eye color data
Twenty people were asked to list their eye color and hair color
ColumnDescription
hairhair color
eyeeye color
sampleuserMay 25, 2007242B248
Project Data
This is my project data. There are three categories of normal hair color: Blonde, Brown, and Red. Any variation of a normal hair color with an "unnatural" hair color such as pink/green/or blue is shown with a / behind the natural hair color. Example: Blonde/Pink. Pink is the "unnatural" hair color.
kschaap22Apr 29, 2010528B100
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.
jubernal8Nov 29, 2017126KB151
Project Data
The following is a yes/no column of whether or not a sample of 50 people has an unnatural hair color, hairstyle (pink, blue, etc.)
cdittmerJul 15, 2010170B120
Pain Thresholds
Based on hair color. Pain sensitivity Test Score. Higher Score, higher pain threshold.
bakergAug 11, 2008121B119
Yale hair/eye color data
Twenty people were asked to list their eye color and hair color
ColumnDescription
hairhair color
eyeeye color
mystatcourseAug 10, 2008372B93
Eye Color versus Hair ColorrlambOct 3, 20175KB570
FALL 2005 Section 7/8 HW1 Resp
gender, height, shoe size, class, number of haircuts of STAT 201 Class
ds-9039%scAug 11, 2008867B56
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.
cetrohaJun 19, 2017126KB34

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