college: College datasets

Description Usage Format Examples

Description

Dataset with different scores (high school, undergrad basic, undergrad intermediate, and GPA) of graduated college student in life sciences majors

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 352 students on the following 13 variables. The variables may be used to construct four suggested latent concepts: 1) HighSchool=High School related scores, 2) Basic=scores of basic courses, 3) InterCourse=Scores of intermediate courses, 4) GPA=Final GPA (Graduate Point Average)

Num Variable Description Concept
1 HS_GPA High School GPA HighSchool
2 SAT_Verbal Verbal SAT score HighSchool
3 SAT_Math Math SAT score HighSchool
4 Biology1 Introductory Biology BasicCourses
5 Chemistry1 Introductoy Chemistry BasicCourses
6 Math1 Calculus 1 BasicCourses
7 Physics1 Introductory Physics BasicCourses
8 Biology2 Intermediate Biology InterCourses
9 Chemistry2 Intermediate Chemistry InterCourses
10 Math2 Calculus 2 InterCourses
11 Physics2 Intermediate Physics InterCourses
12 FinalGPA Graduation GPA FinalGPA
13 Gender Gender none

Examples

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# load data
data(college)

# take a peek
head(college)

Example output

  HS_GPA SAT_Verbal SAT_Math Biology1 Chemistry1 Math1 Physics1 Biology2
1   4.18        650      630      4.0        4.0   4.0      4.0      4.0
2   4.15        600      770      3.0        4.0   4.0      3.0      2.7
3   4.65        460      590      4.0        3.7   4.0      4.0      4.0
4   4.12        490      630      3.7        4.0   3.7      3.0      3.0
5   4.54        540      680      3.0        2.7   3.7      3.0      3.0
6   4.16        640      640      2.7        4.0   4.0      3.7      4.0
  Chemistry2 Math2 Physics2 FinalGPA Gender
1        4.0   3.7      4.0    3.952   MALE
2        3.0   4.0      3.4    3.352   MALE
3        4.0   3.0      3.4    3.633   MALE
4        4.0   4.0      3.4    3.737 FEMALE
5        2.0   2.0      3.0    3.281 FEMALE
6        3.4   3.4      3.0    3.520 FEMALE

plspm documentation built on May 2, 2019, 7:05 a.m.