*Here are two problems that will test you ability to read text data into SPSS. * Problem 1 Wisconsin County Population estimates Data from the US Census http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/GCTTable?-ds_name=PEP_2009_EST&-mt_name=PEP_2009_EST_GCTT1R_ST2S&-geo_id=04000US55&-format=ST-2&-tree_id=809&-context=gct . * This data set includes these variables: County ID, County Name, Population Estimates for 2009 to 2000 respectively (10 of them), an Estimate Base population, and a Census 2000 count. (Surprisingly, the last two numbers are sometimes different!) * Read these data into SPSS, and determine the largest and smallest percent increase. Which counties were these? * The text data are located in y:\spss\data\WiscPopEst.txt * Problem 2 Amount of Exercise Data from the CDC, http://205.207.175.93/HDI/TableViewer/tableView.aspx . * This data set has variables: Age, Income, All Inactive, Male Inactive, Female Inactive, All Some Activity, Male Some Activity, Female Some Activity, All Regular Activity, Male Regular Activity, Female Regular Activity. The numbers represent the percent of that population who have that level of activity. * Read these data into SPSS. Does income appear to be related to activity level? * Bonus question: cn you figure out what the proportions of male/female are for each category? * The text data are located in y:\spss\data\CDCPhysAct.txt