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Another Look at LA Rainfall

In two previous posts, we examined the annual rainfall data in Los Angeles (see Looking at LA Rainfall Data and LA Rainfall Time Plot). The data we examined in these two post contain 132 years worth of annual rainfall data … Continue reading

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The Safest Driving City in America

Which city in America has the worst drivers? When I asked this questions, many people guessed New York or Los Angeles. How about the city with the safest drivers? According to a recent report released by The Allstate Insurance Company, … Continue reading

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Looking at LA Rainfall Data

This is a demonstration of using descriptive statistics (using graphs and numerical summaries) to make sense of a one-variable data set (the seasonal rainfall data in Los Angeles). The techniques we use are frequency distribution, histogram, and various numerical summaries. … Continue reading

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Weight Distributions of Super Bowl Players

How much do Howard Green and Ryan Pickett weigh (both of Green Bay Packers)? How much does Chris Kemoeatu weigh (Pittsburgh Steelers)? These are the heaviest players in the two teams for the Super Bowl 2011. Their weights listed at … Continue reading

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A Statistical Look at the Amendments to the United States Constitution

The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the United States. The framers of the Constitution were aware that changes to the Constitution would be necessary from time to time. A two-part process was set up for … Continue reading

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