May 29

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A chart with blue bars that displays the number of minutes watched by at least one person for each hour interval from 5:00 to 21:00 (i.e. 9:00 P.M.) on May 29. Most of the day had the full hour interval, or 60 minutes, watched by at least one person. The most noticeable dips were less than 10 minutes watched for hour 6, 12, and 20.

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Reading the Graph: How many minutes did participants watch and collect data for on May 29th? How does this compare to the other days during data collection? See what the sampling effort (i.e. the amount of time in which at least one participant was watching and collecting data), looked like in the visualization above for May 29th and compare it to other days. Understanding how sampling effort changed by hour and by day is important to consider when looking at the other visualizations and before conducting statistical analyses.

Notes: The maximum number of minutes that could be watched during each hour interval is 60 minutes, and only the daylight hours, 5:00 A.M. to 21:00 P.M. (i.e. 9:00 P.M), are displayed.

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