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We can also link to a feature that allows departments to [[compare]] their participation rates to national averages and/or averages for subgroups such as elite liberal arts institutions.
 
We can also link to a feature that allows departments to [[compare]] their participation rates to national averages and/or averages for subgroups such as elite liberal arts institutions.
  
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This link below has a basic database of Economics degrees earned by Gender from 1966-2009. A simple scatterplot is done to see a time trend.
 
[[File:CHAS_Wiki_97-2003.xls]]
 
[[File:CHAS_Wiki_97-2003.xls]]

Revision as of 10:59, 28 March 2011

We will use this section to present data on patterns of participation for members of various groups at various stages.

We can also link to a feature that allows departments to compare their participation rates to national averages and/or averages for subgroups such as elite liberal arts institutions.

This link below has a basic database of Economics degrees earned by Gender from 1966-2009. A simple scatterplot is done to see a time trend. File:CHAS Wiki 97-2003.xls