analytics

My AddHealth variables

Variable description: Explanatory variable: You have a lot of energy (H1PF26) Response variable: It was hard to get started doing things (H1FS18) My explanatory variable measured respondents indicating their energy level within five level scale. These levels were 1) Strongly agree, 2) Agree, 3) Neither agree nor disagree, 4) Disagree and 5) Strongly disagree. Also   →

AddHealth data sample description

Summary: To conduct my research I selected AddHealth as a data sample to study research question ”Does having lot of energy help you to get started doing things?” Sample: AddHealth is a longitudinal study of a nationally representative sample of adolescents in grades 7-12 in the United States during the 1994-95 school year. Participants including   →

Does having lot of energy help you to get started doing things?

Research question: Does having lot of energy help you to get started doing things? Summary: First of all, I examined variables separately. I had an explanatory variable answering to question ”You have a lot of energy”. This variable took values from 1 to 5 having average value of 1.88, distribution midpoint (median) value of 2   →

Data management with Python

Research questions: Does having lot of energy help you to get started doing things? Does the amout of weekly video or computer game playing affect to having lot of energy? Summary: Selected variables had values to be ignored like ”Refused”, ”Don’t know” and ”Not applicable” with different numbers in each variable (6, 8, 9, 996,   →

Frequency distribution with Python

Summary: This is the blog post for second peer graded assignment for the Coursera course “Data Management and Visualization” demonstrating frequency distributions for three different variables using Python and ”AddHealth” dataset (N=6504). Following findings were done from the output: There was no missing data in these three variables. I made it sure using dropna=False and   →

Does keeping yourself well coordinated help you to get started doing things?

About: This is the blog post for first peer graded assignment for the Coursera course ”Data Management and Visualization” but also my first blog post to study procrastination and reasons behind it. Dataset: After browsing through codebooks available I found out that ”National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (AddHealth)” included many interesting topics to cover   →