Exploring Data: Datasets
The datasets available here were designed to support the activities, worksheets, assessment, and articles in the Exploring Data website (above).Each data set is identified by topic and available in three formats: Excel 4.0, NCSS Jr. 6.0, and Tab Delimited. Some examples of datasets include: US Draft Lotteries, AIDS/HIV, Air Pollution, Anscombe's Dataset, Bradmanesque, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Emissions, Challenger, Cloud Seeding, Codeine Concentration, Density of the Earth, Density of Nitrogen, Diamond Rings, Galileo's Experiments, Global Temperature, Metric Estimates, Oil Production, Old Faithful, Olympic Gold, Oscar Winners, Pottery, Smoking and Cancer, Speed of Light, and World Population.
This exhibit from Exploratorium Exhibit Services simulates the formation of desert landscapes. The site provides a link to a QuickTime video of the exhibit.
In this radio broadcast, a college geology department chairman explains that very few students currently entering college are choosing to study geology. He...
This site contains lecture notes regarding avian reproduction from Dr. Gary Ritchison's Ornithology course at Eastern Kentucky University. The lecture notes are...
The Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) has developed this online project to allow students around the world to compare the organisms...
In this two year study funded by the California Energy Commission and S.D. Bechtel, a committee of individuals from major energy research institutions in...
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Statisticians are sought after for estimating the unemployment rate in the United States (at the Bureau of Labor Statistics).
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