# World Bank's World Development Indicators Of 2003 With Analysis - Mary Baldwin University / Social Science Statistics INT 222 - Assignment #16

434 words - 2 pages

Ferdinand Frias
Assignment 16
▼File: C:\Users\owner\Desktop\wdi2003(1).syz
Number of Variables
:
49
Number of Cases
:
132
MYSTAT: A Student Version of SYSTAT Rectangular file C:\Users\owner\Desktop\wdi2003(1).syz,
created Mon Mar 11 00:50:20 2019, contains variables:
CODE\$
NAME\$
GNIPC80
IMR80
CMR80
LEFEM80
LEMAL80
LETOT80
ILFEY80
ILTOY80
POPOLD80
POPDEN80
URBGR80
GOVGDP90
EDGDP80
MILLF90
CO280
AGGDP80
FERAT80
TRGDP90
EXGDP90
MNGDP90
EDRAT90
GNIPC01
IMR01
CMR01
LEFEM01
LEMAL01
LETOT01
ILFEY01
ILTOY01
POPOLD01
POPDEN01
URBGR01
GOVGDP01
EDGDP99
MILLF98
CO299
AGGDP01
FERAT01
TRGDP01
EXGDP01
MNGDP00
EDRAT99
INCOMECA
▼Box Plot
▼Descriptive Statistics
Results for INCOMECA = 1.000
FERAT01
N of Cases
55
Minimum
83.924
Maximum
197.848
Range
113.924
Median
121.515
Arithmetic Mean
125.920
Standard Deviation
24.659
Results for INCOMECA = 2.000
FERAT01
N of Cases
34
Minimum
80.720
Maximum
212.821
Range
132.101
Median
123.519
Arithmetic Mean
129.073
Standard Deviation
27.242
Results for INCOMECA = 3.000
FERAT01
N of Cases
17
Minimum
73.641
Maximum
188.401
Range
114.760
Median
143.074
Arithmetic Mean
137.069
Standard Deviation
30.186
Results for INCOMECA = 4.000
FERAT01
N of Cases
26
Minimum
116.822
Maximum
161.008
Range
44.186
Median
140.049
Arithmetic Mean
140.169
Standard Deviation
11.456
▼Stem-and-Leaf Plot
Results for INCOMECA = 1.000
Stem and Leaf Plot of Variable: FERAT01, N = 55
Minimum
:
83.924
Lower Hinge
:
110.273
Median
:
121.515
Upper Hinge
:
134.831
Maximum
:
197.848
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