USDA Annual Report of Animal Usage by FY2016
USDA 2016 Data on Animal Testing in the United States
Broken down by State / Territory
Required Reporting by Testing Facilities in the US
Each USDA-registered research facility and Federal research facility is required by the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) to submit an Annual Report (APHIS Form 7023) that documents its use of animals for research, testing, teaching, experimentation, and/or surgery. USDA-APHIS Animal Care receives copy of each research facility’s annual report on or before December 1. Animal Care reviews the data to ensure the calculated totals are consistent with the number of reported animals in each pain/distress category. Reports with inconsistent data are returned to the research facility for correction. The completeness and accuracy of the non-Federal research facility annual reports might be validated during USDA animal welfare compliance inspections. However, research facilities sometimes include additional data on their annual reports that is not required under the Animal Welfare Act, such as data about rats of the genus rattus, mice of the genus mus, and birds bred for use in research, animals used in excluded field studies, animals used in clinical trials in the context of a veterinary client relationship, and reptiles, fish, or other animals that are not covered by the AWA.
The data in the summary reports represent the number of animals USDA-registered research facilities and Federal research facilities reported as being used or held for research, testing, teaching, experimentation, and/or surgery. The summary reports are based on the Annual Report column designations:
Column B (animals held by a facility but not used in any research that year).
Column C (animals used in research; no pain involved; no pain drugs administered).
Column D (animals used in research; pain involved; pain drugs administered).
Column E (animals used in research; pain involved; no pain drugs administered).
ALL_PAINTYPES_2016 = (total number of animals used in research; Column C + Column D + Column E).
States include 50 states plus Puerto Rico (PR) and District of Columbia (DC).
Biological Classification of Animals
Biological Classification Of Animals
Biological classification or scientific classification is a method of classification and arrangement of biologists with distinctive organisms. Which classifies the types according to the common physical properties.
This data frame has more than 1300 biological classification of animals. The delightful thing about this data frame is that, anyone who took any biology class in their life can simply understand, use and benefits from. I would love to see how other people would deal with this data frame, I think it is useful and they will be so creative.
• Animal Name: The animal name.
• Kingdom: The animal kingdom.
• Phylum: The animal phylum.
• Subphylum: The animal subphylum, if it has.
• Class: The animal class.
• Subclass: The animal subclass, if it has.
• Infraclass: The animal infraclass, if it has.
• Order: The animal order.
• Superorder: The animal superorder, if it has.
• Suborder: The animal suborder, if it has.
• Infraorder: The animal infraorder, if it has.
• Family: The animal family.
• Superfamily: The animal superfamily, if it has.
• Subfamily: The animal subfamily, if it has.
• Genus: The animal genus, can be empty in rare conditions.
• Subgenus: The animal subgenus, if it has.
• Tribe: The animal tribe, if it has.
• Clade: The animal clade, if it has.
The main classification must not be empty.
Main classifications are: Animal Name, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus (can be empty in rare conditions), so If you find the main classifications of an animal is fulfilled, other classifications can be dispensed with.
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Through the Permanent Art Program, Arts for Transit commissions public art that is seen by millions of city-dwellers as well as national and international visitors who use the MTA’s subways and trains. Arts for Transit works closely with the architects and engineers at MTA NYC Transit, Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad, to determine the parameters and sites for the artwork that is to be incorporated into each station scheduled for renovation. Both well-established and emerging artists contribute to the growing collection of works created in the materials of the system -mosaic, ceramic, tile, bronze, steel and glass. Artists are chosen through a competitive process that uses selection panels comprised of visual arts professionals and community representatives which review and select artists. This data provides the branch or station and the artist and artwork information.
Dataset sobre preço de aluguél no Brasil, modificado para fins acadêmicos.
Dataset baseado em https://www.kaggle.com/rubenssjr/brasilian-houses-to-rent
Dataset modificado para fins acadêmicos para servir como atividade para a Aula 2 de Inteligência Artificial, sobre Análise Exploratória de Dados.