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Here are some hyperlinks for websites from which we can get real data for analysis in this course.  Please remember that data is meaningless without its context (the who, what where, when, why, and how for the data, i.e., all information pertaining to how the data was collected, by whom the data was collected, why the data was collected, etc.).  So, you must make sure that you know the context for the data as well as understand and can identify the cases/records and the variables; for quantitative variables, we must know the units (of measure) as well.

Hyperlinks for the websites given below are provided for your convenience.  We will not limit our sources of data to these websites.  It is recommended that you search for additional websites.  Any interesting and useful website provided by student(s) may be added as well. 

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As a member of the class, I invite you to find interesting, unusual sources of data.  If you can an interesting website that is not related to the websites stated above or those posted on the Other Links page of this site in any way and if this site contains interesting/educational real data, then you may submit the name of the site, the URL, and an explanation of why this site should be posted on this course page to the instructor; you  might earn extra credit.

CAUTION:  For a site to be considered for posting (and extra credit), the data on the site must be real and original as well as G-rated (i.e. not offensive in any way), the site must be accessible directly using the submitted hyperlink, and the site cannot be connected, related, or linked to any pages of this site.

 

Asking questions is important. Keep in mind that there is no such thing as a stupid question.

This site was created and is maintained by Sarah L. Mabrouk.  Click to send email to Sarah Mabrouk about her Some Data Websites page.
This site was created and is maintained by Sarah L. Mabrouk, Mathematics Department, Framingham State University.  If you notice any broken hyperlinks, please feel free to send email.