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Statistical data for a class assignment

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I like the idea...i am interested to see if you find anything of value here. ie. a correlation between age and tech savvyness....at a tech focused forum, there probably won't be too many people with low levels....might skew things a bit....just my 2 cents. but good luck

 

I'm also posting this on Bit-Tech so I can compare the population of a more technically inclined web forum to that of a more mainstream forum

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24

male

intermediate (kinda funny. if you are like best in a few square miles, that makes you intermediate here :P)

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Intermediate (this criteria is really subjective, isn't it?)

 

I'm well aware that the tech savvy part is very subjective (some people would provide artificially high information; less likely here than at Bit-Tech ;)) but I'm not considering a person's actual tech level just what level they claim to be at.

Further, since this is not intended to be a very involved project I may just do the characterizations by age/gender, but thought the tech savvy part may play an interesting twist that would be worth mentioning.

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20 (21 a couple of weeks after you hand this puppy in)

 

Male

 

Intermediate

 

I work with people everyday who know exponentially more than me about networking and server OSs, so my ego is bruised enough to admit it.

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37

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Intermediate....

 

 

I put intermediate because as much as I know about PCs there is so much more to learn...more than I'll ever know so that make me only half smart...;)

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