Title

Analysis of 2018 Central Park Squirrel Census

Presentation Type

Poster

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Yes

Track

Methodology

Abstract

This report is an analysis of data gathered in the 2018 Central Park Squirrel Census. First we will discuss some background information on the data and how the data itself is organized, along with a brief description of the organization that retained this information. Then, we will provide our intention through this project and what we hope to discover through the process. Next, will be an overview of how the data was cleaned and in some cases restructured in order to create the best and most accurate results, in addition, to ease the computational process in generating plots and statistical inferences from the data, using R and Excel. Next comes the result of our computations, and then a conclusion and summary of the report.

This report was created to inform people across the world of the behavior of squirrels in New York City’s Central Park, and to provide additional information about the tendencies squirrels may have in distinct situations. We believe that there exist underlying statistics to the happenings of squirrels in Central Park. This was generated in which people of varying education levels could understand.

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2-11-2020 1:00 PM

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Analysis of 2018 Central Park Squirrel Census

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This report is an analysis of data gathered in the 2018 Central Park Squirrel Census. First we will discuss some background information on the data and how the data itself is organized, along with a brief description of the organization that retained this information. Then, we will provide our intention through this project and what we hope to discover through the process. Next, will be an overview of how the data was cleaned and in some cases restructured in order to create the best and most accurate results, in addition, to ease the computational process in generating plots and statistical inferences from the data, using R and Excel. Next comes the result of our computations, and then a conclusion and summary of the report.

This report was created to inform people across the world of the behavior of squirrels in New York City’s Central Park, and to provide additional information about the tendencies squirrels may have in distinct situations. We believe that there exist underlying statistics to the happenings of squirrels in Central Park. This was generated in which people of varying education levels could understand.