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(Day 1 babies per woman)

DAY
1- Babies per
WOMAN
Dependent Variable
and Definition

Babies per WomanHow many babies there


are per women.

Independent Variables and


Definitions
Income per person How much
everyone earns in average
Child Death (newborn) - The
average number of newborn
death (usually during the
procedure)
Murder Deaths average
number of deaths from murders in
the country
Literacy for Youth- the amount
of education a child gets

Relationshi
p
Non-linear
Relation
Linear
relationship
with Positive
Correlation
No
correlation
Linear
relationship
with
Negative
Correlation

Three Graphs and brief descriptions


1) How deaths in newborns effect the number of babies per woman

http://bit.ly/1RMxMRJ
Description: This is a scatterplot that displays the positive relation
between causes of deaths in children (EX: failure of medical
procedures, born illnesses, viruses, and diseases) and the number of
babies born per woman. Before Generating this graph, I had the idea
that this would be a positive relation because if there are more
newborns, then there would an increase in number of deaths in
newborns. The reason why the number of deaths is the dependent
variable and why the number of all causes death in newborns is the
Independent variable is because if the healthcare in a country is not
very advanced then there is a higher chance of kids dying and if the
parents know this then they try to have more kids so that more kids
have the possibility of surviving. Countries in Asia range around the
middle, and lastly African countries are located in the top right corner,
I find it interesting that countries such as Israel, which are not known
to be very advanced are some of the few red countries in the bottom
left corner. I found it shocking that they beat China who should have
really good healthcare and better lifestyle when compared to Israel due
to the fact that China is huge exporter for countries all over the world,
thus they make lots of money.

AS I WENT THROUGH THE GRAPH A BIT MORE, I SAW THAT THE WORLD
REGIONs Asia and Africa had a weak positive correlation. The strongest
correlation out of the two was the one that Asia had as it followed the
basic correlation of the data. Overall I believe that the statistics in this
graph are Affected by the geological location of the country. In
countries that are more hot or have good agricultural land, it is handier
to have more kids as they can help collect water and harvest or tend to
crops. In countries live Canada where a lot of areas are advanced and
industrialized, the parents do not need as many kids and sometimes it
becomes more of a burden to have more kids in these areas than A
pleasure.
2) Relation between Murders and babies per woman

http://bit.ly/1RMydeK
Description: This is a scatterplot that displays that the number of
murders in a country have no
correlation with the number of babies per woman in that
country.
3) Relation between literacy rate of youth

http://bit.ly/1RMysGN
Description: This scatterplot displays the negative relation between
the literacy rate for youth and
the amount of babies born per woman. In essence it displays
that as the literacy rate of
youth increases, the number of babies per woman decreases.
The riches continents and
countries are located in the bottom right corner, such as
Europe or North America. Poorer
countries/continents such as Ethiopia are mostly located in the
top left corner.

Detailed Description and graph


How Income effects the Number of Babies per Woman in an country

http://bit.ly/1V7apIm
Description: This is a scatterplot that shows the non linear relation
between the income per person
and the number of babies per woman. Before generating this
graph, I had the idea that it
would be a positive relation and that the richer
countries/Continents would be in the
higher up on the graph. To my surprise, countries with higher
income had less babies per
woman and countries with lower income had more babies. I
thought that it would be the
opposite way because the richer countries have individuals
that earn more, thus being able
to sustain and support more children and a bigger family.
Since the poorer countries have
smaller income the people would therefore most likely not be
able to support more
children and therefore try to have a small amount of babies. I
also found it interesting
that a country like China which practically 75% of our
products come from has such a
small income rate, and the same with India.
The non linear correlation in this graph was very strong and
as I went through the
graph a bit more I saw that the continents individually did not
show as strong of a

correlation. The strongest continent correlation would be that


of Asias as it followed
the basic correlation of the data. A country that is an
exception to this basic curve is
Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea is a country from the
continent of Africa, which is
majorly located in the op left corner of this graph, and it has
the highest income per
person for an African country and it has a high amount of
babies. Our basic trend before
was that the higher the income the less babies there are per
woman, but although
EQUATORAL Guineas income is high the number of babies per
woman is also high. Overall I
believe that the statistics in this graph are effected by the
geological location of the
country. In countries that are more hot or have good
agricultural land, it is handier to
have more kids as they can help collect water and harvest or
tend to crops. In countries
live Canada where a lot of areas are advanced and
industrialized, the parents do not
need as many kids and sometimes it becomes more of a
burden to have more kids in these
areas than pleasures.