Exploratory Data Analysis: Covariation of Two Continuous Variables

Freedom and Happiness This week I came across the World Happiness Report, an annual survey which represents 156 of the world’s countries and how happy the citizens of these countries perceive themselves to be. The report calculates positive and negative emotion based on six key explanatory factors: social support, freedom, corruption, generosity, GDP and life expectancy. I want to explore the correlation between freedom, the freedom to make life choices, and positive affect, the measure of positive emotion. More specifically, I want to see which countries have the happiest citizens and which countries do not based on the freedom that … Continue reading Exploratory Data Analysis: Covariation of Two Continuous Variables