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# A Level Maths Stats2 Coursework watch

1. Can anyone help me. I am suposed to be doing my stats2 coursework by I need a sample of 50 sets of biveriate data and dont know where to get it from! If anyone has already done this coureswork and found some good, well correlated data plz email me at: [email protected]
2. I'm currently doing this coursework as well (as I type in fact)...

I and other people in my class doing it have used: http://nationmaster.com

They'll do you for all the international type statistics (GDP, GNP, life expectancy etc).

If you plan on doing something related to exam results though, which seems to be a fairly standard topic (at least I've seen a lot of previous examples), you could ask teachers for the data perhaps.

In terms of things which have good correlation...

GDP -> Life expectancy
GDP -> KwH (per capita)
GCSE exam results -> AS/A2 exam results
Air pollution -> Cases of cancer

There's a whole host of things you could do, use your imagination.
3. The CIA world factbook contains similar information (and more - miles of paved roads, No of telephones etc etc).
4. Thanx
5. Which units do you have to do coursework for? And is it optional?
6. (Original post by Unregistered11)
Which units do you have to do coursework for? And is it optional?
im doin a level maths on edexcel n i hav 2 do coursework for S3.

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