The dataset is available on Kaggle. The dataset covers the years 2000 to 2015.
Histograms showing age distribution for the fatalities. The first histogram has 10 bins, the second has 20 bins.
I was surprised at the age distribution, in my mind firefighters are younger - it is a physically demanding job. My next step was to investigate if the causes of death might be different for younger and older firefighters. I divided the data into two sub groups, under 40, 40 and over.
Causes of death for fire fighters under 40 years old:
Vehicle Collision 100
Causes of death for fire fighters 40 years old and above:
Vehicle Collision 105
It is perhaps not surprising that Stress/Overexertion is a major cause of death of those who were 40 or older. Vehicle collision appears to be a major source of fatalities across both age groups. If I were responsible for health and safety in US fire departments I think I would want to investigate this further. I imagine vehicle collisions being a risk for police officers but not for fire fighters.
343 firefighters are listed as dying on Sep 11, 2001.
The dataset is available on Kaggle.
Please indicate your gender
What is your family/living situation ?
Living with Parents 116
Living Alone 105
Living with Partner 85
Living with Partner and kids 43
Living with Non-Relatives (ex: Dormitory, Friends, Shared Apartment etc.) 28
It's complicated 16
Living with Relatives (Not Your Parents) 9
Living with Partner, Kids and Parents 7
What is your family/living situation ? (optional) 1
Do you consider yourself a heavy gamer?
Kind of 133
Yes, quite 115
No, not that much 102
Very much so 67
No, not at all 25
How often do you buy new games for Linux?
Once a month or so 138
About Twice a month 101
Every two months or so 60
Less often than that 55
Every three months or so 49
Every week 32
I have never bought games for Linux 7
From which service do most of your Linux games come from ?
Humble Store 37
Other Third Party Resellers 4
Humble Bundle 1
mostly older retail games, with a few from steam and GOG 1
Google Play 1
No rule: what's best for me 1
play open source games, but have bough from steam, gog, humble store 1
humble bundle 1
What is your Overall Satisfaction with steam?
Very good 209
No Opinion 12
Very Poor 6
The vast majority of the survey respondents are male, about 28% live with their parents, about 25% live alone. The majority buy new games at least once a month. Steam is the most popular way to get new games, 86% of respondents rank steam as good to very good.
The dataset comes from the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland.
What the charity does ---- the number of such charities in Northern Ireland
The advancement of religion = 990
The advancement of education,The advancement of citizenship or community development = 775 The advancement of education = 458
The advancement of citizenship or community development = 222 The advancement of education,The advancement of the arts, culture, heritage or science = 188
The relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage=156
The advancement of education,The advancement of citizenship or community development,The advancement of the arts, culture, heritage or science = 103
The advancement of the arts, culture, heritage or science = 91
The advancement of education,The relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage = 88
The advancement of education,The advancement of citizenship or community development,The relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage = 75
Religious charities seem to come out on top at least in terms of the number of registered charities however if you group together all the charities that count education amongst their activities then education is number one.