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Weight vs. Distance Traveled

Submitted by damianszyk on Fri, 10/18/2019 - 15:32

Figure 1. Weight (mg) vs. Distance Traveled (km)

This graph shows how different weights in spiders affect the distance traveled. The outliers removed were the O sex spiders and a spider that traveled 310 km becasue the others were below 100 km.

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Submitted by ziweiwang on Fri, 10/18/2019 - 15:29

Figure 1. a scatterplot graph of weight and balloon length. The outliers were removed to understand the relationship between he two variables better. It appears that a longer balloon length is correlated with a higher weight

Weight vs. Distance travelled

Submitted by zalam on Fri, 10/18/2019 - 15:27

Figure 1. This figure shows a relationship between the distance travelled vs. weight. As weight increases, the males travel a longer distance while the females travel less distance. There was an outlier eliminated, which was the "o" sex. There was an interaction between the males and females.

Balloon Length vs. Distance Traveled

Submitted by ashorey on Fri, 10/18/2019 - 15:26

Figure 1. Balloon Length versus Distances Traveled. The image shows the male spider data in pink and the female spider data in blue. The trends woudl suggest that a larger balloon causes an increased distance traveled. The outliers removed from the data set were {Sex: O, Weight: 1.09, Balloon Length: 5, distance Traveled: 51}{Sex: M, Weight: 1.65, Balloon Length: 6, Distance Traveled: 310}.

Balloon Length Vs. Distance Travelled

Submitted by rmmcdonald on Fri, 10/18/2019 - 15:23

Figure 1. Impact of Balloon Length on the Distance Travelled by Spiders. There is a slight correlation between the balloon length and distance travelled. the longer the balloon, the farther the spider travelled. Gender seemed uncorrelated. There were three outliers:  one had a weight of 32mg, another had no sex indicated, and last had a balloon length of 80 cm.

Distance Traveled vs. Balloon Length

Submitted by bpmccarthy on Fri, 10/18/2019 - 15:23

Figure 1: Distance traveled by spiders plotted against the length of the balloon used. Spiders use webs to create "balloons" of different lengths to carry them a certain distance. From the graph it is observed that as male spiders increase their distance traveled, the balloon length decreases. On the other hand, female spiders seem to have very little relationship between distance traveled and balloon length, if anything it is very slightly positive.


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