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It's going Tinder!

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Tim Sporrel

on 23 May 2014

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Transcript of It's going Tinder!

-Hypothesis of the project

-Methods and materials

-The Models

-Raw data

-Data analysis



Aim and Hypothesis of the project

-No significant difference at α=0.05 (p value 0.17)

-Rejection of our hypothesis

-Instead we concluded that .....
- 4 separate Facebook accounts connected to Tinder

- 4 smart phones

- 2 models (Mick and Michael): 1 normal photo (symmetrical), 1 modified (asymmetrical) photo

- accepted 150 people a day for 3 days

Methods and Materials
We're going Tinder!
By: Megan, Roos, Kelly, and Tim
The Models (Model 1)
Raw Data
Model 2
Data Analysis
-Amsterdam population of 18-25 females not representative.

-Experimental design.

-What could we do differently?
Discussion and conclusion
Our hypothesis:
The Amsterdam female population of 18 to 25 finds those with a symmetrical face significantly more attractive than those with an asymmetrical face
Histogram: a visual representation of proportions collected
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