Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Data Collecting Process

For my project I chose to do an experiment on Flappy Bird with four trials. Three of the trials were with no distractions, while the last one was with the Flappy Bird sound. I chose five people from both genders that are 14,15,16,17,18 year-olds, and fifty teachers between the age 30 and 50. I got my data by going around the campus and asking people questions.
Some of the questions I had were, "How many siblings do you have?", "How many hours of sports do you do per week?", "How much time do you spend on the internet? Not counting school-related stuff", "How did you "discover" Flappy Bird?", and, "Do you prefer Math or English?". These questions were for the students.


  1. Hey Debora,
    I see that you have changed your project a bit from when you first began planning it. It seems as though you you wish to know if these aspects that you will ask each individual will affect their score on the game. Correct?
    I love your project idea and I hope you get great results from this.
    I would like to see how this worked out and if you got some interesting results.
    Keep up the good work!

  2. Hi Debora, this is a very brief explanation about your data collection process. Could you explain more about "why" you did the things that you did? Can you justify or explain your decisions?