STAT200 Introduction to Statistics

STAT200 Introduction to Statistics

Dataset for Written Assignments

Description of Dataset:

The data is a random sample from the US Department of Labor’s 2016 Consumer Expenditure Surveys (CE) and provides information about the composition of households and their annual expenditures (https://www.bls.gov/cex/). It contains information from 30 households, where a survey responder provided the requested information; it is all self-reported information. This dataset contains four socioeconomic variables (whose names start with SE) and four expenditure variables (whose names start with USD).

Description of Variables/Data Dictionary:

The following table is a data dictionary that describes the variables and their locations in this dataset (Note: Dataset is on second page of this document):

Variable NameLocation in DatasetVariable DescriptionCoding
UniqueID#First ColumnUnique number used to identify each survey responderEach responder has a unique number from 1-30
SE-MaritalStatusSecond ColumnMarital Status of Head of HouseholdNot Married/Married
SE-IncomeThird ColumnAnnual Household IncomeAmount in US Dollars
SE-AgeHeadHouseholdFourth ColumnAge of the Head of HouseholdAge in Years
SE-FamilySizeFifth ColumnTotal Number of People in Family (Both Adults and Children)Number of People in Family
USD-Annual ExpendituresSixth ColumnTotal Amount of Annual ExpendituresAmount in US Dollars
USD-FoodSeventh ColumnTotal Amount of Annual Expenditure on FoodAmount in US Dollars
USD-EntertainmentEighth ColumnTotal Amount of Annual Expenditure on EntertainmentAmount in US Dollars
USD-EducationNinth ColumnTotal Amount of Annual Expenditure on EducationAmount in US Dollars

How to read the data set: Each row contains information from one household. For instance, the first row of the dataset starting on the next page shows us that: the head of household is not married and is 40 years old, has an annual household income of $98,717, a family size of 3, annual expenditures of $56,393, and spends $7,036 on food, $106 on entertainment, and $213 on education.

UniqueID#SE-MaritalStatusSE-IncomeSE-AgeHeadHouseholdSE-FamilySizeUSD-AnnualExpendituresUSD-FoodUSD-EntertainmentUSD-Education
1Not Married98717403563937036106213
2Not Married9657259256515717995349
3Not Married9669057256097682288252
4Not Married9666453355558705183295
5Not Married9688644255321698279312
6Not Married96522434561526991101237
7Not Married9791249155704693797277
8Not Married9672739256440705193222
9Not Married96928433559326953105273
10Not Married95744524559637040105340
11Not Married97681534561247097108263
12Not Married9543251155120708984274
13Not Married9492959255247694897236
14Not Married96621542557467000106322
15Not Married9536648257082713090305
16Married1018294548238510821201810
17Married98309512757769118117477
18Married112559393809341118951386
19Married1068945158158511360185682
20Married98686513735639298132455
21Married103422364800051061638378
22Married10096428277744939717411
23Married95835543730929111117476
24Married1023263237420288449645
25Married1066275638267610363179794
26Married95922553722289302135472
27Married95975413731148922131463
28Married9961036273550951315837
29Married114505365783251137560482
30Married1069775637935810611109311
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