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Life Expectancy vs TV  smcdaniel04  Sep 17, 2019  444B  40  ForeArm vs Height  smcdaniel04  Sep 16, 2019  247B  2 
Hours Study vs Test Scores  smcdaniel04  Sep 12, 2019  134B  14 
Political Party and Age  smcdaniel04  Sep 12, 2019  163B  10 
IQ Scores different Samples  smcdaniel04  Sep 6, 2019  903B  97 
Digital Cameras  smcdaniel04  Sep 4, 2019  3KB  30  Comparing High Temps
Daily High Temperatures for 4 towns.  smcdaniel04  Sep 3, 2019  1KB  5 
Penny Weights by year  smcdaniel04  Sep 2, 2019  15KB  17  Wait times B  smcdaniel04  Sep 2, 2019  140B  2  Bank Line Times  smcdaniel04  Sep 2, 2019  190B  62  Standard Deviation Papa Johns vs Domino's  smcdaniel04  Sep 2, 2019  87B  26  Responses to Math 1530K Fall 2019 Survey  smcdaniel04  Aug 29, 2019  10KB  314 
Titanic Data (Class, Survived, Name, Sex, Age)
Titanic Data Set with the following variables: Name, Sex, Age, Survived, PClass  smcdaniel04  Aug 28, 2017  68KB  2134  OnCampus vs Online  smcdaniel04  Aug 25, 2015  96B  14 
Consumer Reports Healthy Chocolate Snack Bars  smcdaniel04  Jun 9, 2015  2KB  236 
Number of Siblings and skewed data
The number of siblings for 3 statisitics classes.
Make a histogram for the number of siblings. How is this skewed? Is the data discrete or continuous?  smcdaniel04  Apr 3, 2015  21KB  1437  Responses to Math 1530K Fall 2013 Survey  smcdaniel04  Aug 30, 2013  2KB  213  Intro Survey  smcdaniel04  Sep 18, 2012  3KB  195 
TakehomeTest 1 #2
A. Construct a frequency histogram of the data.
B. Describe the shape (bell shaped, skewed left, skewed right).
C. Construct a dot plot of the data.
D. Construct a box plot of the data (horizontal or vertical). (Be sure to have the box checked to use fences to identify outliers.)
E. Are there any outliers? What is the value of the outlier?
F. Give the 5 number summary (in order!)
G. Construct a stemandleaf plot
 smcdaniel04  Jan 25, 2012  103B  421 
What's your major?
Construct a pie chart and bar chart for students majors in the Spring 2012 intro stats class.  smcdaniel04  Jan 25, 2012  293B  756 
Students heights
Create a histogram for students’ heights. May need to experiment with different bin widths (e.g 3, 5). Comment on the shape of the distribution.  smcdaniel04  Jan 23, 2012  239B  1013 
Intro Stats GPA
Grade point average for 24 students in intro stats class.
Create a histogram for GPA (If not using StatCrunch, you may want to create a frequency distribution first.) Note: May need to try different bin widths (e.g. 0.5, 1). Is the data continuous or discrete? Comment on the shape of the distribution.  smcdaniel04  Jan 23, 2012  178B  1757  Political Breakdown Grouped by Gender
Political Breakdown Grouped by Gender for my Fall 2011 class  smcdaniel04  Jan 23, 2012  1KB  194 
Intro Stats: Qualitative Data (14)
1. Create a pie chart and a bar chart for the number of males and females.
2. Construct a relative frequency distribution for students’ classification.
3. What percentage of students are Freshmen?
4. Construct a frequency and relative frequency bar graph for students’ classification. Compare the graphs of these two. What do you notice?
 smcdaniel04  Jan 23, 2012  937B  597 
Cigarette Consumption vs CHD Mortality
Now that cigarette smoking has been clearly tied to lung cancer, researchers are focusing on possible links to other diseases. The data below show annual rates of cigarette consumption and deaths from coronary heart disease for several nations. Some public health officials are urging that the US adopt a national goal of cutting cigarette consumption in half over the next decade.
Examine these data and write a report. In your report you should:
1. Include appropriate graphs (e.g. scatterplot, residual plot) and statistics (e.g. mean and SD);
2. Describe the association between cigarette smoking and coronary heart disease;
3. Create a linear model;
4. Evaluate the strength and appropriateness of your model;
5. Interpret the slope and yintercept of the line;
6. Use your model to estimate the potential benefits of reaching the national goal proposed for the US. That is, based on your linear model, if the US were to cut its cigarette consumption in half (from 3900 to 1950), what does the linear model predict would happen to the CHD rate.
7. You should use Statcrunch to generate nice looking graphs and output as needed. Be sure to size them appropriately. No need for a 8x10 scatterplot; Make your graphs about 3x3. You should scale them in Statcrunch first, then copy and paste into Word.
 smcdaniel04  Sep 29, 2011  267B  5667 
2011 Forbes Top 100  smcdaniel04  Sep 14, 2011  4KB  490  Last digit of Social Security number
This is the last digit of my classes social security number.  smcdaniel04  Sep 14, 2011  194B  135  Number Studying Foreign Languages
According to the Modern Languages Association, the number or college students studying foreign languages is increasing. The following data represents the foreign language being studied based on a simple random sample of 30 students learning a foreign language. (Sullivan #29, sec 2.1)  smcdaniel04  Sep 6, 2011  241B  336 
Causes of Fatal Accidents by Decade (percentage)
An investigation compiled information about recent nonmilitary plane crashed. The table below is compiled from the http://planecrashinfo.com/ accident database and represents 1,300 fatal accidents involving commercial aircraft, worldwide, from 1950 through 2009 for which a specific cause is known. Aircraft with 10 or less people aboard, military aircraft, private aircraft and helicopters are not included. Create a pie chart and bar chart for the data for the total “All” column.  smcdaniel04  Sep 6, 2011  264B  866  Class Breakdown by Classification
Class breakdown by classfication Fall 2011  smcdaniel04  Sep 5, 2011  566B  147 
Stats class by gender
Just a breakdown of the class by gender.  smcdaniel04  Sep 5, 2011  435B  633 
Height Data set
The height of 50 students is given. One can create a histogram and see the bimodal nature of the data. There is an interesting article that argues against human height being bimodal: http://faculty.washington.edu/tamre/IsHumanHeightBimodal.pdf
 smcdaniel04  Jun 14, 2011  221B  2004  2010 CEO pay from USA Today
Given the dataset, create a histogram of the data for the CEO's salaries.  smcdaniel04  Jun 13, 2011  13KB  308 

