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Purse purchase 12-6-14.xlsx
My hypothesis was if a woman had the money to buy a Louis Vuitton purse, the LV purse would be her choice. I sampled friends from school and Facebook. I had 19 returned questionnaires.
tbbaird@gmail.comDec 8, 20142KB78
Baseball Data BCStats
This table shows the total number of runs scored, at bats, hits, etc for each of the 30 MLB teams for the 2009-2011 seasons. //// Correlations and linear regression models can be calculated between the different numeric variables. A good exercise is to see which variables correlate most strongly with runs_scored. //// As emphasized in the movie Moneyball, some of the classic metrics such as batting_avg is not as good as the newer metrics like OBP (on base percentage), SLG (slugging percentage), or OPS (on base plus slugging). //// A guide to a few of the variables that may not be self explanatory. Runs_Scored: The total of all runs (points) the baseball team scored by the end of the season. Batting_avg: This is equal to the number of hits divided by at_bats OBP: On Base Percentage. Similar to batting average, except that it takes into account walks and hit-by-pitch. Some players who don't have high batting averages, manage to get walked quite frequently. SLG: Slugging - This weights hits to first base as 1 point, hits to second base as 2 points, third as 3, homeruns as 4, and divides the total by the number of at bats. OPS - On Base Plus Slugging - this is just OBP added to the SLG numbers.
angela.broaddus@gmail.comFeb 28, 20176KB100
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, 200823KB179
Money per student vs ACT scorespmalsam@regisjesuit.comMay 7, 20133KB620
Forbes Top 100 Celebs for 2001
Top 100 Celebrities sorted by their Forbes power rankings.
8 Variables:
  • powerrank - some unknowm combination of the other variables
  • name - Celebrity name
  • moneyrank - rank in terms of earnings
  • earnings - Amount earned in millions for calendar year 2000
  • webhits - Web mentions generated by Google.
  • pressclips -Press clips generated by Lexis-Nexis
  • magcovers - Magazine covers based on the number of times a celebrity's face appeared on the covers of 14 major consumer magazines.
  • tv/radiohits- TV/radio mentions compiled via Dow Jones Interactive's transcripts.

  • ds-1499%scAug 11, 20084KB63
    Money market interest rates
    Many people invest in money market funds. These are mutual funds that attempt to maintain a constant price of $1 per share while paying monthly interest. Here are the average annual interest rates (in percent) paid by all taxable money market funds since 1973, the first full year in which funds were available
    ds-7%scAug 11, 2008311B40
    Money magazine best places to live (2007)websterwestMay 9, 20085KB256
    Number of top 100 best places to live per state (2007)websterwestMay 8, 2008630B178
    Annual Movie Data 2008 Random Sampling.txtwpd1728@yahoo.comJan 7, 20107KB1275
    Christmas money spent by women and menzudevicki%scJan 25, 20082KB148
    moneyball red soxchrisv617Dec 19, 20148KB43
    scatterplot3.xlsx
    correlation
    sarahgrizzle@sbcglobal.netApr 1, 2013155B40
    Fast Food Moneysg_lage@yahoo.comSep 29, 2013700B50
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    money paid for internet services
    ds-8845%scAug 11, 2008214B32
    Money Market.xlstonimarquard@scApr 7, 2010254B28

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