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Data Management Final Project

Health of Teenagers
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Julie Emma

on 16 June 2011

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Health of Teenagers Table of Contents - Hypothesis
- Data Collection
- Analysis
- Modification/ Reflection
- Average Student
- Conclusion Hypothesis "there is a correlation between a teenager’s health and the academic marks they achieve in school"
SMALLER HYPOTHESES USED TO EXPLORE DATA MORE IN DEPTH
- EXERCISE AND ACADEMIC GRADE PERCENTAGE
- ALCOHOL AND ACADEMIC GRADE PERCENTAGE
- CIGARETTES SMOKED AND ACADEMIC GRADE PERCENTAGE
- SLEEP OBTAINED AND ACADEMIC GRADE PERCENTAGE
- MARIJUANA CONSUMED AND ACADEMIC GRADE PERCENTAGE PLAN AND METHoDOLOGY
CREATING A SURVEY/ SURVEYING CLASSES
SECONDARY DATA
OBSTACLES ANALYSIS
WEAK CORRELATION
WEAK CORRELATION BETWEEN 0 AND 0.33 AND -0.33 AND 0
AMOUNT OF EXERcISE PER WEEK, HOURS OF SLEEP EACH NIGHT AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WERE WEAKLY CORRELATED WITH GRADE PERCENTAGE ANALYSIS
MODERATE CORRELATION
MODERATE CORRELATION BETWEEN 0.33 AND 0.67 AND -0.33 AND -0.67
MARIJUANA CONSUMED AND GRADE PERCENTAGE HAD A MODERATE CORRELATION OF -0.40 ANALYSIS
STRONG CORRELATION
strong between 0.67 and 1 AND -0.67 AND -1
NO STRONG CORRELATIONS WERE PRESENT SECONDARY DATA
DATA WAS COLLECTED BY THE U.S DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SECONDARY DATA HELPED PROVE OUr HYPOTHESIS TO BE CORRECT ONE VARIABLE ANALYSIS
DECIDED TO TAKE the means of all our attributes and create the average DCVI student CONCLUSION
Hypothesis was not strongly proven
Also does not disprove our hypothesis
Secondary data proved our hypothesis, but not our target population Resources:
-->Alcohol and Other Drug Use and Academic Achievement. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Retrieved June 10, 2011, from www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/health_and_academics/pdf/alcohol_other_drug.pdf
-->Child Sleep: Recommended Hours For Every Age. WebMD - Better information. Better health.. Retrieved June 10, 2011, from http://www.webmd.com/parenting/guide/sleep-children
-->Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide - Main Page - Health Canada. Welcome to the Health Canada Web site| Bienvenue au site Web de Santé Canada. Retrieved June 10, 2011, from http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/food-guide-aliment/index-eng.php
-->World Health Organization . World Health Organization. Retrieved June 10, 2011, from www.who.int/about/en/ Graph of Overall AcademicAverage and Marijuana Summary Chart of Overall Academic Average and Marijuana Graph and Summary chart of Hours of Exercise Per Week, and Overall Academic Average Reflection and Modifications: What would we change? Graph and Summary Chart of Sleep obtained per night, and Overall Academic Average: What grade are you in? *

What is your gender? *
Male
Female

What is your weight? *Numerical answers only, in pounds.

How tall are you? *Numerical answers only, in feet and inches.
Feet: Inches:

What is your average from 1st semester? *Numerical answers only. Example, 72

How many of hours do you play video game's, or computer games? *Numerical answers only, per week. Example, 2. Round to the nearest whole number.

How many hours of exercise do you achieve daily? *Numerical answers only.

How many alcholic drinks do you consume per week? *Numerical answers only, per week. Example 8.

How many times do you smoke marijuana per week? *Numerical answers only per week. Example 5

How many cigarettes do you smoke a week? *Numerical answers only per week. Example 12.

How many servings of fruits & vegitables do you eat a day? *Example 12.

How many servings of milk do you eat a day? *Example 4.

How many servings of meat and alternatives do you eat a day? *Example 4.

How many servings of grains do you eat a day? *Example 6.

Do you feel you are a healthy person in terms of mental, physical and social well being? *
Yes No Graph and Summary Chart of Alcoholic Beverages and Overall Academic Average: Data Visualization
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