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Statistical Observations. Katherine Hall and Richard Card. Write down the first five plants you think of…. We separated this question into 5 categories then into individual species afterwards. The five categories are as follows: Flowers Trees Grasses Bushes Other. Rose - 8 Flower - 6

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Statistical Observations

Katherine Hall

and Richard Card


Write down the first five plants you think of…

  • We separated this question into 5 categories then into individual species afterwards. The five categories are as follows:

  • Flowers

  • Trees

  • Grasses

  • Bushes

  • Other


Rose - 8

Flower - 6

Sunflower - 5

Blue Bonnet - 3

Daisy - 2

Pansy - 1

Orchid - 1

Arnica - 1

Pulsatilla - 1

Canna - 1

Oxalis - 1

Daffodil - 1

Lilac - 1

Dandelion - 1

Hibiscus – 1

Flowers Breakdown (34)

  • Cotton - 1


Oak - 11

Pine - 3

Palm - 2

Pecan - 2

Weeping Willow - 2

Dogwood - 1

Cedar - 1

Mesquite - 1

Elm - 1

Sumac - 1

Maple - 1

Tree Breakdown (26)


Grass Breakdown (12)

  • Grass - 8

  • Weed - 1

  • Monkey Grass - 1

  • Crab Grass - 1

  • Kentucky Blue Grass - 1


Bush Breakdown (5)

  • Rose Bush - 3

  • Rosemary – 1

  • Bush- 1


Other (16)

  • Vine - 5

  • Venus Fly Trap - 3

  • Kelp – 2

  • Bryonia - 1

  • Tomato - 1

  • Corn - 1

  • Poison Ivy - 1

  • English Ivy - 1

  • Belladonna - 1


Last Thoughts on Question 1

  • Trees were most commonly the first plants thought of

  • Sunflowers were the most common individual species thought of first

  • Many referenced plants as; Flower, Tree, Grass, Bush; Not specifying which species


Name up to fifteen plants that you know from Denton…

  • Broken-down in the same way as before categories are as follow:

  • Flowers

  • Trees

  • Grasses

  • Bushes

  • Other


Blue Bonnet - 3

Rose - 2

Tulip - 2

Dandelion - 2

Pansy - 2

Yucca- 2

Wine Cup - 1

Carnation - 1

Daffodil - 1

Gardenia - 1

Indian Paint Brush-1

Flower - 3

Flowers (of Denton) Breakdown (21)


Trees (of Denton)Breakdown (26)

  • Oak - 14

  • Pine - 4

  • Pecan - 2

  • Maple - 2

  • Mesquite - 1

  • Birch – 1

  • Tree - 2


Grasses (of Denton)Breakdown (19)

  • Grass - 14

  • Buffalo Grass - 2

  • Bermuda Grass - 1

  • Winter Rye Grass – 1

  • Weed - 1


Bushes (of Denton)Breakdown (7)

  • Rosemary - 2

  • Holly - 1

  • Thorn Bush - 1

  • Bush – 1

  • Mountain Laurel – 1

  • Lantana - 1


Other (of Denton)Breakdown (9)

  • Moss - 2

  • Cactus – 1

  • Crescent – 1

  • Cat Tail – 1

  • Cats Claw – 1

  • Gaillardia – 1

  • Algae – 1

  • Fern - 1


Final Thoughts Question 2

  • Plants from question one were not repeated in the Denton scenario.

  • Plants on campus were most commonly mentioned

  • Again Tree, Bush, Grass, and Flower, were all used to describe specific species.


Name the first five birds you think of…

  • No Categorization of the species, just as named.


Cardinal - 11

Blue Jay - 11

Mockingbird - 8

Eagle - 7

Sparrow - 6

Hawk - 5

Owl - 5

Humming Bird - 5

Seagull - 4

Oriel - 3

Canary - 3

Dove - 3

Parakeet - 3

Macaw - 2

Robin - 2

Pigeon - 2

Falcon - 2

Crow - 2

Pelican - 1

Parrot - 1

Vulture – 1

Black Bird - 1

Toucan - 1

Chicken - 1

Stork - 1

Ostrich - 1

Peacock - 1

O'Meara - 1

Swallow - 1

Yellow Bellied Sap Sucker - 1

Birds


Sparrow - 9

Vulture - 8

Mockingbird – 7

Cardinal - 7

Crow - 7

Blue Jay - 7

Pigeon - 5

Hawk - 4

Chicken - 4

Parrot - 3

Oriel - 3

Robin - 3

Black Bird - 3

Duck - 3

Quail - 2

Grackle – 2

Owl - 2

Finch - 2

Stork - 2

Turkey - 2

Dove - 2

Hummingbird - 2

Seagull - 1

Ostrich - 1

Parakeet - 1

Macaw - 1

Eagle – 1

Cow Bird - 1

Starling - 1

Heron - 1

Killdeer - 1

Spoonbill - 1

Falcon - 1

Mallard - 1

Titmouse - 1

BIG BIRD - 1

Cockatoo - 1

Flamingo - 1

Penguin - 1

Birds Of The World


Sociological Observations

  • We observed the 3 most preferred birds and plants of the study populous

  • There was a 15:6 ratio of men to women in this study.

  • The study separate the results into male and female categories.


Of the Women(Plants)

  • Flowers – 7

  • Trees – 4

  • Bushes – 1

  • Grasses - 0


Of the Women(Plants cont.)

  • No one Species was repeated.

  • The flowers selected were as follows:

  • Hibiscus, Honey Suckle, Star Gazer, Bird of Paradise, Calalily, Desert Rose, and Indian Paint Brush


Of the Men (Plants)

  • Trees – 17

  • Flowers – 9

  • Grasses – 6

  • Other - 4


There were many repeated species for the men.Tree break down is as follows:

Red Wood - 3

Pine – 3

Oak - 3

Palm - 3

Maple - 1

Mesquite – 1

Hickory - 1

Willow - 1

Cedar - 1

Of the Men (Plants cont.)


Only one Species was repeated, Cardinal, the following were equally preferred:

Mockingbird

Black Bird

Hawk

Finch

Harpy Eagle

Swan

Parrot

Owl

Blue Jay

Eagle

Of the Women(Birds)


The majority of the men preferred the Eagle, and repeated many species, the breakdown is as follows:

Eagle - 6

Hawk - 5

Cardinal - 5

Dove - 3

Chicken - 3

Blue Jay - 2

Humming bird - 2

Sparrow - 2

Owl - 1

Peacock - 1

Duck - 1

Robin - 1

Parakeet - 1

Oriel - 1

Of the Men (Birds)


Final Thoughts


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