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Wine and Crime

By websterwest
On Feb 29, 2008
 
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Simple Linear Regression: Wine Consumption and Crime Rates
Simple linear regression results:
Dependent Variable: Violent crime rate
Independent Variable: Wine consumption per capita
Violent crime rate = 364.09922 + 99.773883 Wine consumption per capita
Sample size: 35
R (correlation coefficient) = 0.26061079
R-sq = 0.067917984
Estimate of error standard deviation: 104.95475

Parameter estimates:
Parameter Estimate Std. Err. Alternative DF T-Stat P-Value
Intercept 364.09922 127.84357 ≠ 0 33 2.8480056 0.0075
Slope 99.773883 64.342003 ≠ 0 33 1.5506804 0.1305

Analysis of variance table for regression model:
Source DF SS MS F-stat P-value
Model 1 26487.976 26487.976 2.4046097 0.1305
Error 33 363511.47 11015.499
Total 34 389999.45

By brianahopkins54
On Jul 16, 2014
consumption of alcoholStem and Leaf
Variable: Wine consumption per capita
 
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1 : 3
1 : 566677777889999
2 : 0000001112223334444
 

By cecilia-rivera
On Feb 17, 2010
 
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Wine Consumption from 1970-2005
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By ishyabk2011
Mar 11, 2012

Ishya BIshwokarma.
My hypothesis was that there would be an increase consumption of wine over the years.The graph does display that but through 1990 to 1995, the wine consumption decreases but after 1995 it has an steady increase. There are many reasons that would cause a decrease such as a lower income.


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