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Owner: mjeffries9
Created: Mar 22, 2018
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Drivers involved in car accidents in the United States during 2011.
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Marquise Jeffries             

Stat-Crunch Project 2

This report will focus on Drivers involved in car accidents in the United States during 2011. The main focus area for this report is gender, Male and Female. Also the Age, which ranges from ages 0 to 120. I obtained The information used in my report from the statcrunch search box. The sample size in this report is a very big number which is 72,310. More males surveyed than females in this data report.

For my second result I used a histogram seperating both genders. As you can see not only did females get into more car accidents than males, but females between the ages 20-60 were involed in more car accidents than males between the ages 20-60.

My data report was about Drivers involved in car accidents in the United States during 2011, involving people of all ages. It showed that Male and Female both were highly involved in car accidents in 2011 but I found that more females were involved than males, Shocking right. I found that males had a uper limit of 95 with the numbers of outliners being 20, and females with a uper limit of 103 with the numbers of of outliners being 2. The means were fairly close: male 38.676827 and female 38.228865. but the standard deviations being male: 19.397991 and female: 21.932965. The results of the data tell me that women were involved in more car accidents then men.



Result 1: Frequency Table for male and female   [Info]
Frequency table results for Bin(Age):
Group: Gender=F
Count = 23752
Bin(Age)FrequencyRelative Frequency
0 to 2053120.22364432
20 to 4080660.33959246
40 to 6058490.24625295
60 to 8033900.14272482
80 to 10011320.047659144
100 to 12030.00012630515

Frequency table results for Bin(Age):
Group: Gender=M
Count = 47306
Bin(Age)FrequencyRelative Frequency
0 to 2073570.15551938
20 to 40186990.39527755
40 to 60138420.29260559
60 to 8060200.12725658
80 to 10013860.029298609
100 to 12020.000042277935

Result 2: Histogram grouped by male and female   [Info]
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Result 3: Summary Stats   [Info]
Summary statistics for Age:
Group by: Gender
GenderMeanMedianModeRangeStd. dev.

Result 4: Summary Stats age for male and female   [Info]
Summary statistics for Age:
Group by: Gender

Result 5: Boxplot age and gender   [Info]
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