The OKCupid dataset: A very large public dataset of dating site users

  title={The OKCupid dataset: A very large public dataset of dating site users},
  author={Emil Ole William Kirkegaard and Julius Daugbjerg Bjerrek{\ae}r},
A very large dataset (N=68,371, 2,620 variables) from the dating site OKCupid is presented and made publicly available for use by others. As an example of the analyses one can do with the dataset, a cognitive ability test is constructed from 14 suitable items. To validate the dataset and the test, the relationship of cognitive ability to religious beliefs and political interest/participation is examined. Cognitive ability is found to be negatively related to all measures of religious belief… Expand
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