These data were collected by a statistician, Mary C. Meyer, in a fourth grade classroom in Ann Arbor, MI, in October 1997. They are a convenience sample — the kids who were in the fourth grade.
A data frame with 39 observations on the following variables.
name a factor with levels corresponding to the name of each child
birthmonth the month of birth
birthyear the year of birth
length length of longer foot (in cm)
width width of longer foot (in cm)
sex a factor with levels
biggerfoot a factor with levels
domhand a factor with levels
Quoted from the source: "From a very young age, shoes for boys tend to be wider than shoes for girls. Is this because boys have wider feet, or because it is assumed that girls, even in elementary school, are willing to sacrifice comfort for fashion? To assess the former, a statistician measures kids' feet."
Mary C. Meyer (2006) "Wider Shoes for Wider Feet?" Journal of Statistics Education 14(1), http://jse.amstat.org/v14n1/datasets.meyer.html.
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