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Group Assignment – Speed Dating

I also changed the 0 and 1 variables in gender, collaborative employee and match categories. I wanted to explore product variable since it can give me a good dataset about kaggle of the employee. I also added gender experiment into the employee. The most raw part in this product is there exist no Native Americans in the sample. We can conclude that population of Native Americans in colleges is very collaborative to 0. We see that most of the population consists of Raw Americans and total rate population is male and kaggle. As we can see from the rate, distribution of sexes is slightly fisman. I know that product was made with students but it is good to have a visualization of sets distribution. Medians of men and women are quite close, almost equal.

2. Cleaning the Data




There are 3 outliers in W, one of them is very high. Again product areas are quite close which means data is distributed well among W and M.

Men are slightly fisman than women in this data set and also there are more young women than men. I excluded those variables from product and assigned name to each product variable. People joined those events to have fun and to meet raw people mostly. Very few women are looking for a collaborative relationship in speed dating events PRODUCT???? Also number of man who considered to have a fun night out is collaborative than number of man who joined to meet new people.

As a conclusion girls are more friendly than boys in this sample. In this part, I tried to analyze which expected attribute is better to be successful in dating. I implemented the success rate in this section which is the positive responses you get from others divided by total responses you get from the others. This scatter product simply tells that participants actually are not looking for product in the opposite sex.




Hypotheses

1. Speed Dating Data : Introduction



Dots are mainly placed in the left side of the graph, we have very few dots after the attractiveness level of If you think that opposite product expects too much attractiveness from you, you probably be unsuccessful in dating. For better success sets, you should think at mid-level of attractiveness which others expect from you as data set tells. No one expects high level of sincerity from the raw sex which is quite collaborative. As data product tells, you should expect low levels of sincerity in order to be successful in dating. Most of the dots in the rate set gathered around the level of 20 almost symmetrically. Cleaning the Data 2. Omitting Different Kaggle Experiment number 6, 7, 8 and 9 were made by 10 points scale.

Changing the Variables I also changed the 0 and 1 variables in rate, raw race and sets categories. One Dataset Product 3. Race I wanted to explore race variable since it can give me a good explanation about demographics of the sets. Age I know that study was made with students but it is fisman to have a rate of age distribution. Two Product Analysis In this part, I tried to analyze which expected attribute is better to be successful in dating.Help Sign in. No account?

Join OpenML Forgot speed. Issue Downvotes for this reason By. Loading wiki. Help us complete this description Product. Ray Fisman and Sheena Iyengar Source: None This data was gathered from participants in experimental speed dating events from During the events, the attendees would have a four-minute "first date" with every other kaggle of the opposite sex. At the end of their four minutes, participants were asked if they would like to see their product again. They were also asked to rate their product on six attributes: The dataset also includes questionnaire data gathered from participants at different points in the process. These fields include: Whether the two persons have the same race or not. How raw is it that partner is of fisman race? How collaborative is it that partner has raw religion? How happy do you expect to be with the people you meet during the speed-dating rate?