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  • Tsunamis_2018Download .TXT file Open in Data Desk ?
  • Methods: Data Display
  • Source: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/hazard/tsu_db.shtml Extracted Event Validity 3 and 4 Cause Codes 1-5 Event Validity: 4 = definite tsunami 3 = probable tsunami 2 = questionable tsunami 1 = very doubtful tsunami 0 = event that only caused a seiche or disturbance in an inland river -1 = erroneous entry Cause Code: Valid values: 0 to 11 The source of the tsunami: 0 = Unknown 1 = Earthquake 2 = Questionable Earthquake 3 = Earthquake and Landslide 4 = Volcano and Earthquake 5 = Volcano, Earthquake, and Landslide 6 = Volcano 7 = Volcano and Landslide 8 = Landslide 9 = Meteorological 10 = Explosion 11 = Astronomical Tide
  • Number of Cases: 1116
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  • TV_watchingDownload .TXT file Open in Data Desk ?
  • Methods: Analysis of Variance, Multifactor Analysis of Variance
  • Source: unknown
  • Number of Cases: 197
  • Excerpt: A study at a liberal arts college attempted to find out whether men and women watch the same amount of TV, on average and whether it mattered if students were varsity athletes or not. Student researchers asked 200 randomly selected students questions about their backgrounds and about their television-viewing habits and received 197 legitimate responses. […]




  • Twins_by_year_2014Download .TXT file Open in Data Desk ?
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  • Source: www.cdc.gov/nchs/births.htm
  • Number of Cases: 35
  • Excerpt: In January 2012, the New York Times published a story called “Twin Births in the U.S., Like Never Before,” in which they reported a 76 percent increase in the rate of twin births from 1980 to 2009. The dataset gives the number of twin births each year (per 1000 live births). Can you confirm the […]


  • Twins_by_year_2018Download .TXT file Open in Data Desk ?
  • Methods: Correlation, Inference, Re-expression, Regression
  • Source: www.cdc.gov/nchs/births.htm
  • Number of Cases: 39
  • Excerpt: In January 2012, the New York Times published a story called “Twin Births in the U.S., Like Never Before,” in which they reported a 76 percent increase in the rate of twin births from 1980 to 2009. The dataset gives the number of twin births each year (per 1000 live births). Can you confirm the […]