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Use the form below to get a look at data on ground-level ozone and temperature. This is the data collected by the KanCRN participants. You can get the data back in several forms. You can get small sets of data back in a web table that you can see on line. You can also get the data back as an Excel spreadsheet, but you must have Excel on your computer to view data in this manner. You can also get the data back in a tab-delimited file. This is raw data that you can use in any computer application th at will import tab-delimited data, like some other spreadsheets.

Once you decide on the form of the data, you have to decide on what data you want. Consider both time and place. Remember the hypotheses you are trying to test! H0: There is no measurable relationship between the high temperature of the day and the level of ground-level ozone. H1: There is a measurable relationship between the high temperature of the day and the level of ground-level ozone. Of all the data available to you, what data will best help you answer your question. You may get data back from your site or any other site that has been participating in the project. You can also get data sets by city, zip code, or by individual school (You can get a schools number by clicking on the Schools link in the KanCRN Home page). You will also have several choices of ozone data to get back. Make sure there is a check mark in the boxes that have data you want. Click on the view data button.

    How would you like the data formatted?
    If you would like to download the data, select Excel or Tab-spaced text. HTML will display the data in your browser.
      HTML    Tab-spaced text   Excel Spreadsheet

    School ID Numbers:
    City:
    State:   Zip Code:

    Date Range:
    (MM/DD/YY)
    Starting Date:
    Ending Date:

    Display Columns:
    School Name
    Zip Code
    School ID
    Date
    Latitude
    Longitude
    EcoBadge 8 Hour Average
    High_Temperature

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