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Owner: amelia657
Created: Feb 14, 2010
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Fitness
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Fitness for our team plays a big role in our daily lives. Amelia is a WNEC wrestler and Henry has made a New Years Resolution of working out everyday. We are interested in the difference between the gender of the individual, days and hours worked out. The categorical information is gym, type, and gender. The quanitative information is hours, days, and age.

Result 1: Bar plot Excersice Type   [Info]
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Result 2: Pie Chart Gender   [Info]
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Result 3: Pie Chart Gym   [Info]
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Result 4: Boxplot Age   [Info]
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Result 5: Boxplot Days   [Info]
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Data set 1. Fitness   [Info]
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By po3449
Feb 17, 2010

Good! For phase III be sure to type the analysis in the actual report. Also, include if the results are as you expected and mention any outliers.
By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

For the variable of days the mean number of days people work out was 3 which makes sense for the average person. The minimum number of days is 0 which make sense as some people don't work out at all. The maximum is seven days because that's the most number of days someone can work out in a week.
By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

For the variable age there was a median of 23 which would make sense because at that age people are very young and active. A minumum of 13 which is realistic for the age that young people start working out. The max is 100 which is very surprising because people are usually not able to work out at that age.
By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

The gender pie chart shows there's an almost equal amount of mail and female in this survey. There is slightly a larger amount of females in the survey. The gym pie chart shows that more people don't go to the gym than do go to the gym by 16%.
By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

For the bar graph on exercise type, the majority of the people in the survey do both cardio and strength workouts at the gym. Around 25% of the people do cardio workouts. Around 18% do neither cardio or strength and around 8% of the people do strength. Strength workouts are done the least.
By amelia657
Feb 14, 2010

For the bar graph on exercise type, the majority of the people in the survey do both cardio and strength workouts at the gym. Around 25% of the people do cardio workouts. Around 18% do neither cardio or strength and around 8% of the people do strength. Strength workouts are done the least.
By po3449
Feb 1, 2010

The topic is fine but you need to attach the data set to the report . When you save the report, there is an option at the bottom to attach the data set.

Also, since this data comes from statcrunch users only it is not representative of the population (all people who exercise). You need to state that the population for this project is statcrunch users.

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