Handwriting and Gender: A multi-use data set

  title={Handwriting and Gender: A multi-use data set},
  author={S. Bradley},
  journal={Journal of Statistics Education},
  • S. Bradley
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Statistics Education
Can individuals guess the gender of a writer based on a sample of his or her handwriting? We administer an electronic survey twice to the same individuals to find out. The resulting data set is interesting to students, rich enough to be amenable to a wide array of activities, and open to a variety of exploratory tacks for statistics students and teachers. 
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