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Dew Point (F°) vs. Average Humidity (%) for 30 Cities57054113_ecollege_uwcoJun 8, 2019174B7
Mean Temperature (F°)- Dew Point (F°) vs. Average Humidity for 30 Cities57054113_ecollege_uwcoJun 8, 2019174B8
Summary statistics:
ColumnMean
# of pets (Palmdale)1.55
#of pets (Santa Clarita)1.8
# of pets (LA)1.5
# of pets (Lancaster)1.85
# of pets (San Fernando)1.75
Average Pet Count In Different Cities
This chart shows us the average pet count per household in different cities that were surveyed.
matt.moni13May 24, 2018870B44
Tyler Sims Violent Crimes Histogram
This histogram indicates the crimes that have been committed in the U.S. According to the graph, the highest crime rate city is between 1300 crimes and 1400 crimes, this occurred in one city. The next highest crime city came in at about 700-800 crimes. 7 cities reported approximately 600-700 crimes, 2 cities reported 500-600 crimes, 12 cities claimed to around 400-600 crimes, 8 cities totaled 300-400 crimes, and majority of the cities in the data set reported 200-300 crimes, while only 5 cities claimed to have 0-200 violent crimes. This graph indicates that most violent crimes that happen, occur in 1 or 2 cities. This could also mean that the city is bigger, which means more crime because of more people; which is the complete opposite for smaller towns.
tsims73Mar 10, 2018174B83
Pie Chart Tweets and Cities 2.13asuijinhekiFeb 8, 2018174B75
Scatter Plot of Slugging and Elevation Percentage of 29 Citieskcastaneda228Sep 5, 2017174B56
Histogram (relative frequency) Cities Avg Disposable Income Per Capita (After Taxes)
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w_smith28Jan 26, 201722KB109
Histogram Frequency Cities Avg Disposable Income Per Capita (After Taxes)
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w_smith28Jan 26, 201721KB140
Histogram #4 (relative frequency) - Jeremiah Mansfield
36% of cities randomly selected had a per capita of 33,000 to 35,999. 16% had a per capita of 39,000 to 41,999. 4% had a per capita of 51,000 to 53,999.
jaliman1Jul 18, 201619KB258
Histogram #3 - Jeremiah Mansfield
Only 1 city had the highest per capita of 51,000 to 53,999 while 5 cities had the lowest per capita of 30,000 to 32,999.
jaliman1Jul 18, 201617KB204
Jeremiah Mansfield - Relative Frequency Histogram
This graph depicts the per capita​ disposable income​ (income after​ taxes) for 25 randomly selected cities in a recent year
jaliman1Jun 23, 201613KB202
Cashay Saunders (Relative frequency chart) in Histograms question 2
The chart illustrates 25 randomly selected cities in a recent year that had disposable income after taxes were paid. This chart is a skewed right. the cities with a frequency of 13 and 11 have the least income per capital, and the cities with a frequency of 1 have the highest income per capital.
saunders.cashayJun 23, 201614KB327
Disposable Income per Capita of 25 Citiessschechter0301Jan 25, 20157KB159
Percent Change in population from 2010 to 2013 for U.S. citiesstatcrunchhelpOct 12, 201467KB398
Pie Chart With Data-Survey of Low Income Women in 4 U.S. Cities-Doctor visitsymhackrnSep 15, 201359KB268

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