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Created: Jun 18, 2018
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This survery was completed with the intention to focus on data that was collected on people using social media, and processed through StatCrunch.  The purpose of our survey was to identify at what age children begin using social media.  The population I sampled are from families that I work with, our are my friends.  I obtained this information by asking these people either face to face, or over the telephone.  Convience was the factor for used to select my population as well.

The four questions in the survey were:

1. How many of your children use social media?

2. What age is your youngest child on social media?

3. Do any of your children have more than one presence on social media? Yes/No

4. How many times have you seen something unfavorable posted by one of your children on social media? (Never, oncem Sometimes, All the time)

Looking at a Categorial Variable

How many times have you seen something unfavorable posted by one of your children on social media? (Never, oncem Sometimes, All the time)

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The pie chart shows that 44.44% of parents never see unfavorable post by their children.  31.94% have "sometimes" seen unfavorable post, whereas 18.06% have only seen once, and 5.56% see unfavorable "all the time".

Result 2: Bar Plot With Data   [Info]
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This bar plot shows that the more social media accounts the higher the likelihood of having unfavorable post.

Looking at a Numerical Variable

How many of your children use social media?


Result 3: Histogram   [Info]
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This historgram is skewed to the right.  This is positively skewed and is not symmetrical.  The least number of children using is 1, and the most children is 5.  There are outlier of 7.  The mean is 2 children per household who uses social media.  The spread is demonstrated by a range of 6 and a standard deviation of 1.289.  The mean is 2.5 and the median is 2.

Result 4: Boxplot   [Info]
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Result 5: Grouped/Binned Summary Stats   [Info]
Approximate summary statistics:
ColumnnMeanVarianceStd. dev.Std. err.MedianRangeMinMaxQ1Q3
How many kids use social media722.47222221.66118941.28887140.1518949526171.53

Looking for a relationship between two numbers

Result 6: Scatter Plot   [Info]
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The scatter plot is not in any linear formation.  This shows there is no association between the two variables. 

Result 7: Correlation   [Info]
Correlation between How many kids use social media and Youngest child on social media is:


Result 1: Pie Chart With Data   [Info]
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Data set 1. Group project updated   [Info]
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