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Owner: mbbates
Created: Mar 18, 2019
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Correlation of birth month and height(Michael Bates) done
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I am doing a report on the correlation of birth month and height by using the data set of spring2019 and responses to 145 survey. For the first result I have a bar graph of birth months in spring2019 data set, this shows that there are many birthdays in February. Then the second relsult shows a bar graph of birth months according to the survey. Which from what I can see, there are actually less birthdays in february. There is no big correlation to birth months because its random what birth month people have. Also comparing these two bar graphs the spring2019 on has 8 months involved and the survey 145 has all the months involved and more people involved.

Then the third result shows the height of people in the data set srping2019 in pie graph form. From this data you can see that more people in the class are 64 inches tall. Then for the fourth result, there is a pie chart of the 145 survey. According to this graph the highest average in height is 65 inches tall. So looking at both of these graph you can see that the average heights of both data sets are very close to each other. You have to also keep in mind that again there are obvisouly more people in the 145 survey than spring2019. 

Inconclusion, I saw that it is a little difficult to have a correlation between the data sets because there are a big differnce in how many people were involved. Overall, in the end there was a close correlation between heights of both of the data sets.


Result 1: Spring2019 birth month   [Info]
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Result 2: 145 survey birth month   [Info]
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Result 3: Spring 2019   [Info]
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Result 4: 145 Survey   [Info]
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By natasha.schildroth1
Mar 20, 2019

Overall the use of different graphs is great to help understand it all, but the Last graph is pretty overwhelming.
By shelbypurchas98
Mar 20, 2019

The data sets were a little much but overall good information and they prove your point.
By amcguiggan
Mar 19, 2019

Ok, so are you doing reports on two different things here? I was a little confused on that for a second. I agree with everything you said though. Seems like people tend tot be more tall according to these.
By ashelmkamp1
Mar 19, 2019

I agree with your conclusion. The data sets displayed in the pie chart was overwhelming and I would think would be a bit confusing for readers.

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