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Group #1 Responses for Lifestyle Survey
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 This survey will focus on the data collected from 01/15/15-01/24/15 via statcrunch about Lifestyles.

   This survery was to see if there is any correspondance between age and exercise habits. We surveyed individuals from ages 18-65. Our sample was made up of individuals that fit the age range specified both male and female alike. Our sample was obtained by Convenience Sampling. We shared the statcrunch link via facebook to obtain the easiest form of sampling there is.

We asked these questions:                                                                                                                 1. In a typical week, how many days do you exercise?____                                                                     2. What is your age?_____                                                                                                                 3. Are you male or female? Select one: M  F                                                                                         4. What type of exercise do you most often prefer? Choose only one                                                           Group classess                                                                                                                                  Cardio                                                                                                                                              Weight                                                                                                                                            Yoga                                                                                                                                                Running                                                                                                                                            Home Exercise (DVD)                                                                                                                         Other 

We asked the question What type of exercise do you most often prefer (C2)? And looking at the data presented in the pie chart, we see that Cardio had the most answers with 27.97%, Group Classes was at 16.1% and Home exercise came in third at 11.02%

Result 1: Pie Chart for Types of Exercise   [Info]
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If we want to see if genders respond differently to which type of exercise they prefer, we can look at the bar plot. While Females that took the survey prefered cardio, Males that took the survey prefered weights over cardio. 

Result 2: Bar Plot for Gender grouped by Types of Exercise   [Info]
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We asked in a typical week, how many days do you exercise?

Result 3: Histogram for Days of Exercise/week   [Info]
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Result 4: Boxplot for Days of Exercise/week   [Info]
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Result 5: Summary Stats for Day of Exercise/week (N1)   [Info]
Summary statistics:
ColumnnMeanVarianceStd. dev.Std. err.MedianRangeMinMaxQ1Q3SumIQRCoef. of var.SkewnessKurtosisMode
N1 (Days)1182.60169493.25025351.80284590.16596542370714307369.2950560.15261666-0.804687913

The histogram is slightly skewed to the right. The measure of center, or mean, is determined by adding the data values and dividing the total by the number of data values. The measure of center in this variable is 2.6. The measure of spread contains the following: range:7, Q1:1, Q3:4, IQR:3, variance:3.25, and st. dev:1.8. The histogram does not have a normal distribution but is somewhat skewed to the left or negatively skewed. The skewness is 0.153 and the kurtosis is -0.80. The mean is 2.6, the median is 3, and the mode is 3 for this variable. Of these three statistics the mean is the smallest while the median and the mode are the same. The mean reflects the skewing the most. With skewing to the right, the mode is often less than the median, which is less than the mean. With skewing to the left, the mean is less than the median, which is often less than the mode. So looking at this information you can see from the variables alone that the data is skewed to the right and with the kurtosis being -0.80, this means that the data on the histogram will have a relatively flat top.

The range/4 of the variable is 1.75 and the st. dev is 1.8. These two are in good approximation of each other. being on 0.05 away from each other. 

There were no outliers in this data set. 

Result 6: Scatter Plot for days of exercise/week vs age   [Info]
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In this scatterplot, there is no correlation between the two data sets. There is no form or scatter pattern in this scatter plot. 

Result 7: Correlation with N1&N2   [Info]
Correlation between N2 (Age) and N1 (Days) is:
-0.2171868

The correlation coefficiant is -0.217 and that it has no statistical significance with a value of 0.18

 

 

 

Data set 1. Group #1 Responses for Lifestyle Survey(Added Data   [Info]
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