Is this project an undergraduate, graduate, or faculty project?

Undergraduate

group

Daytona Beach

Authors' Class Standing

Kiara (Senior) Chloe (Senior) Lillian (Junior) Nabila (Senior) Murphy (Senior)

Lead Presenter's Name

Chloe Nelson

Lead Presenter's College

DB College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty Mentor Name

Mihhail Berezovski

Abstract

Brave Enterprises, founded by Crista Samaras, uses a series of surveys to gage people’s self-interpretation of bravery from multiple demographics. Through statistical analysis and programs coordination, the company accomplishes their mission goal of helping people “get more brave”. For this project, multiple datasets were provided by Brave Enterprises with the purpose of exploring how bravery impacts people and why. Advance statistical methods were applied to determine what characteristics have a larger impact on a participant’s bravery. Based on these impacts, a new model of bravery scores can be created. For further analysis, regression techniques can be used to predict a participant’s demographic based on their preferences in the surveys.

Did this research project receive funding support (Spark, SURF, Research Abroad, Student Internal Grants, or Ignite Grants) from the Office of Undergraduate Research?

No

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Statistical Methods in Brave Enterprises

Brave Enterprises, founded by Crista Samaras, uses a series of surveys to gage people’s self-interpretation of bravery from multiple demographics. Through statistical analysis and programs coordination, the company accomplishes their mission goal of helping people “get more brave”. For this project, multiple datasets were provided by Brave Enterprises with the purpose of exploring how bravery impacts people and why. Advance statistical methods were applied to determine what characteristics have a larger impact on a participant’s bravery. Based on these impacts, a new model of bravery scores can be created. For further analysis, regression techniques can be used to predict a participant’s demographic based on their preferences in the surveys.

 

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