**Name**: Technological
Adeptness

**Abstract**: A simple random sample survey was conducted
of 1,000

**Variables (column)**:

- Gender (0=Female, 1=Male)
- Age
- Urbanicity (type of city in which the respondent spent his formative years, 1=Urban, 2=Suburban, 3=Rural)
- Technology Rating (Self-perception of technology skills, 1= I can't turn on most technological devices, 5=I am confident using most basic technology, 10=I am well-known to my friends and family as the one to ask questions to about technology)
- Family Cell Years (the number of years at least one member of the family has had a cell phone)
- Family Cpu Years (the number of years at least one family member has had a computer)
- Family Mp3 Years (the number of years at least one member of the family has had an mp3 player or iPod)
- Personal Cell Years (the number of years the respondent has had a cell phone)
- Personal Cpu Years (the number of years the respondent has had a computer)
- Personal Mp3 Years (the number of years the respondent has had an mp3 player or iPod)
- Cell Total (the number of applications on a cell phone the respondent uses at least monthly)
- Cpu Total (the number of applications on a computer the respondent uses at least monthly)
- Mp3 Total (the number of applications on an mp3 or iPod the respondent uses at least monthly)

**Possible Uses**: ANOVA, correlation, multiple regression

**References**: Stats
312 Project, Spring 2008