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Dylan Data Project Report
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My name is Dylan Brown and this is my Survey Data (see below). I chose to collect this set of data for very specific reasons. I chose political conspiracy for my qualtitive data because of my interest in the topic. I consider my self a rather large conspiracy theorist. For some reason Im drawn to it and I have been for all my life ever since I listened to Coast to Coast AM when I was a child. I chose the time alone in thought univariate data because my girlfriend requires time alone in thought to herself everyday and I wondered if other people needed this because I dont. For the bivariate data I wanted to see if there was a link between people being out late and commiting illegal acts. One thing you may notice is half dont have names. That is because by the time  you told me  I had to put a names question on there I already had distributed it to a lot of my friends. My aplologies but it may be a good thing because I feel like putting your name might skew the data for my bivariate. 

 

 

Data Set #1 - Qualitative

In this question I asked people to pick from a list of options which they thought would have been most plausible to have been the product of a political conspiracy. Its variable is "Political Conspiracy" 

 

 

 

What we see from the graphs is we have two powerhouse responses, 9/11 and the JFK assasination which is no shock at all. No one at all chose the death of Princess Diana which dosent shock me not many people may age know who she was. The rest of the results are pretty evenly spread out but im shocked that out of 50 people only 8 didnt think any of those could have been political conspiracies. That shocks me. A lot more people that I initially thought must not be trusting their goverment.

Data Set #2 - Quantitative (Univariate)

For this question I asked how many hours a week on average people spent alone in thought. Its variable is "Thought."

 

 

 

The Upper Fence of this data is 6. With the lower fence being 0. The data here is quite obviously skewed right which I predicted. A lot more people spend little time in their week alone in thought than those who spend more of time alone in thought. We can see a couple of outliers in this data and one of those of course was my girlfriend. 

Data Set #3 - Quantitative (Bivariate)

For this I asked people two questions the first of which being how many hours a week on average they were with their friends between 11PM and 5AM. The second was how many times do they engage in an illegal activity a week on average, two seperate activities at the same time counted as two. The explanatory (x) variables name was "Late Hours". The response variable (y) was "Illegal."

 

From this data I calculated R (correlation coefficient) = 0.5115941. From this we can see a postive relationship though I do not believe it strong enough to warrant interest. We also have to take into acount lurking variables such as what are they counting as illegal acts and maybe some people were scared to report it. There is seemingly some relationship between being out late and illegal acts but with the correlation coefficient and the lurking variables I do not see it as very strong.


Report Summary:

I learned a lot about my friends from this project thats for sure. I also learned how cool it is to use stats I thought this was really fun. The most difficult part was writing this report. I hope I did it how you wanted I wish a little more class time was put into showing how to do this too cause using statcrunch for this is horrible I mean look at this the font went from small to big and I dont know how to fix that.


 

 

 

Result 1: Qual1   [Info]
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Result 2: qual2   [Info]
Frequency table results for Political Conspiracy:
Count = 49
Political ConspiracyFrequencyRelative Frequency
None of these options seem plausible to have been a political conspiracy80.16326531
The 1969 Apollo 11 Moon Landing70.14285714
The Assassination of 1968 U.S. political candidate Robert F. Kennedy50.10204082
The Assassination of 35th U.S. President John F. Kennedy100.20408163
The event known as “Pearl Harbor” on December 7, 194120.040816327
The events on September 11, 2001170.34693878

Result 3: PC   [Info]
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Result 4: Histogram uni   [Info]
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Result 5: Frequency Table uni   [Info]
Frequency table results for Thought:
Count = 50
ThoughtFrequencyRelative Frequency
0100.2
1110.22
2130.26
350.1
440.08
520.04
610.02
720.04
810.02
910.02

Result 6: Boxplot uni   [Info]
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Result 7: Scatter Plot bi   [Info]
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Data set 1. Responses to Dylan Data Project Survey   [Info]
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