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Facebook Visits Per Day Females vs. Males
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I decided to do my report using data set I found on StatCrunch. The data set I chose to summarize is titled Responses to Facebook Survey. The questionnaire asked respondents if they have a Facebook account, the average number of times a day they look at Facebook, the average number of times a week they change their status, their age, if they are a student, and their gender. For the purpose of my report I decided to focus on gender and the number of visits.

Data set 1. Responses to Facebook Survey   [Info]
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 First of all, I decided to create a Bar Plot to graphically summarize my data. As it is shown in the following data females visited Facebook more often than males to in a day. The females have a calcuated frequency of 1594.32 and the males have 980.78. There is a 613.54 frequency in difference.

Result 1: Bar plot with summary   [Info]
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I also chose to include another Bar Plot with data to illustrate a bigger picture.

Result 2: Bar plot with data   [Info]
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In additon, I created a Pie Chart to illustrate that Females visit facebook more often in a given day.

Result 4: Pie chart with summary1   [Info]
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Next I included a Histogram, in the following graph the distrubution is skewed right, meaning that the mean is larger than the median. The boxplot and the relation between the mean and the median support this conclusion. It also means that the median is a good measure of central tendency.

Result 3: Histogram   [Info]
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Futhermore, the boxplot shown below is skewed right and there are a number of outliers. For males the outliers are as follows: 15, 15, 15, 15, 20, 20, 25, 25, 30, 50, 76, 100, 125. For females the outliers are: 25, 25, 25, 30, 30, 30, 30, 50, 50, 56, 60, 75, 100.

Result 5: Boxplot   [Info]
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Next, looking at the data the mean of vists to facebook per day by females was 8.26; the median was 4. The standard deviation was 12.91; the interquartile range was 8 (the middle 50% of all visits by females).

Furthermore, the mean of visits to Facebook per day by males was 7.37; the median was 3. The standard deviation was 16.40; the interquartile range was 5.

Result 6: Column Statistics   [Info]
Summary statistics for visits:
Group by: gender
gender n Mean Variance Std. Dev. Std. Err. Median Range Min Max Q1 Q3 IQR
Female 193 8.260725 166.63452 12.908699 0.9291885 4 100 0 100 2 10 8
Male 133 7.3742857 269.07968 16.403648 1.4223768 3 125 0 125 1 6 5

Result 7: Stem and Leaf for Females   [Info]
Variable: visits for gender = Female
Decimal point is 1 digit(s) to the right of the colon.

0 : 0000000000000000001111111111111111111111111222222222222222222222223333333333333333333333344444444444444
0 : 555555555555555555555556667778888
1 : 00000000000000000000023
1 : 5555555556
2 : 00000000000
2 : 555
3 : 000

High: 50, 50, 50, 56, 60, 75, 100


Result 8: Stem and Leaf for Males   [Info]
Variable: visits for gender = Male
Decimal point is 1 digit(s) to the right of the colon.

0 : 0000000000000000001111111111111111111111111122222222222222233333333333333344444444444
0 : 5555555555555667778889
1 : 000000000022
1 : 5555
2 : 00

High: 25, 25, 30, 50, 50, 76, 100, 125


 -Sabina Skupien

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By msullivan13803
Feb 21, 2012

well done report.
Feb 17, 2012

This must have been a fun data to do! I like the pie graph better because you can tell how much more females use facebook than males. -Jasmine Cerritos
Feb 17, 2012

This must have been a fun data to do! I like the pie graph better because you can tell how much more females use facebook than males. -Jasmine Cerritos
By gvelasco1992
Feb 17, 2012

I liked this data a lot since I'm addicted to Facebook. It's funny and true to see how females visit FB more than males do!!!

-Giselle Velasco
By lgaudix3
Feb 17, 2012

I actually was going to do this same data! But good job on the data! The bar plot did have a lot going on, but i like how the pie chart really represented that females sure does use facebook way more than males.

_Lian Gaudiano
By hussein3393
Feb 16, 2012

Interesting data set, it was really intriguing finding out that chicks go on Facebook more than guys, I already knew that they did, I just needed data to back it up. Your report is really easy to understand and overall you did a good job, the only problem I saw was that you misspelled following, in your second paragraph.
Feb 16, 2012

I think it's interesting to see that females visit facebook more than males. This is somethign that I have always suspected, considering females find the need to let eveybody know where they are and what they are doing at all times of the day.
-Noor Nabi
Feb 16, 2012

I really liked this data set. It's funny because females use facebook so much, I am a fb addict. I liked the pie chart the best because it was easy to see the differences in data. The bar plot was also easy to read. The box plot was kind of tricky. Over all I liked this report.

Ali Henning
By parke83
Feb 16, 2012

Very interesting data. I think the pie chart and the bar plot are very effect ways to present this data. Those two make it the easiest to see the difference between males and females.

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