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    I have a statistics course and a hypothesis is required about either climate or travel. Any ideas?

    Travel is easy, just think about how people get to school, or any other uses of travel/ public transport. Also, think about holidays. For climate, try thinking about how types of weather are more common certain types of year (apart from the obvious ones such as more sun in summer lol). Also, for travel, consider times for travel.
    My own examples:
    "More people take a bus to school than people that walk" (then say how sample is biased due to school you go to ect)
    "People tend to go on holiday in the Summer more than any other time of year" (use online (secondary) data)
    "It takes most people more than 15 minutes to get to school" (talk about biased again)

    "In the colder times of the year, rain is heavier" (although hard to test, very impressive)
    However I would recommend doing travel - way more possibilities.
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