What WWW Data Sources Do STUDENTS Choose?
 
Here are some of the links to data found by students for projects in Robin Lock's courses at St. Lawrence University
Note:  Some links may no longer be current.

Spring '98 Project #1 (22 of 33 students used web data)

The first project was simply to find and describe a set of data. The only restrictions were that there should be at least two quantitative variables, at least one categorical variable, and at least 25 data cases.

Non-Sports Themes

Sports Themes (Note: Data may change as new seasons occur)


Fall '97 Project #1 (35 of 68 students used web data)

The first project was simply to find and describe a set of data. The only restrictions were that there should be at least two quantitative variables, at least one categorical variable, and at least 25 data cases.

Non-Sports Themes

Sports Themes (Note: Data may change as new seasons progress)


Fall '96 Project #1 (21 of 66 students used web data)

Non-Sports Themes

Sports Themes


Spring '96 Regression Projects

Students in each class were assigned a regression project using data of their own choice. In addition to surveys and traditional print sources, the following students found their data on the Web.

Intro Stat (5 of 25 students)

Applied Regression (4 of 12 students)

Mathematical Statistics (9 of 17 students)