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Income and Happiness Correction

Happiness and Growth (levyedgar44/income-and-happiness-correction)   []

GDP per Country v self-reported happiness(An old paradox lives on)

This dataset reflects the relationship between income and happiness of 111 countries


Why is there correlation between Happiness and GDP?

Data summary

  • File 'happyscore_income.csv'

    • Table ‘happyscore income’ consists of 111 data rows along 11 dimensions: ‘country’, ‘adjusted_satisfaction’, ‘avg_satisfaction’, ‘std_satisfaction’, ‘avg_income’, ‘median_income’, ‘income_inequality’, ‘region’, ‘happyScore’, ‘GDP’ and ‘country’

Size: 4.8 KBSource: KaggleLast updated: 2021-09-30 23:06

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