458,487 items of data are available, covering 210,962 participants, encoded using Data-Coding 100011
Defined-instances run from 0 to 4, labelled using Instancing 1
: Conducted in assessment centre, April 2009 to September 2010.
70,689 participants, 70,689 items
Instance 1 : On-line cycle 1, February 2011 to April 2011.
100,575 participants, 100,575 items
Instance 2 : On-line cycle 2, June 2011 to September 2011.
83,241 participants, 83,241 items
Instance 3 : On-line cycle 3, October 2011 to December 2011.
103,762 participants, 103,762 items
Instance 4 : On-line cycle 4, April 2012 to June 2012.
100,220 participants, 100,220 items
Question asked: "Yesterday, about how long did you spend doing activities that needed moderate effort, making you somewhat short of breath? For example walking upstairs, going to the gym, jogging, energetic dancing, aerobics, most sports, using heavy power tools and other physically demanding DIY & gardening."
If the participant activated the Help feature they were shown the message:
Please guess how long you spent in total doing medium effort activities yesterday. How tired you feel from these types of activities will depend on your individual level of fitness (so a fitter person will not need to breathe as hard as a less fit person). At work: carrying moderately heavy objects, pushing a wheelchair, using heavy power tools, active farm work, taking care of farm animals, coal mining, teaching sports etc. Walking: very brisk walking or walking uphill, walking upstairs, backpacking, marching, power walking, using crutches etc. Jogging: this is defined as running at a gentle pace. Dancing: fast or energetic dancing (not slow ballroom dancing). Cycling: for travelling to work or leisure (not racing or uphill) cycling, also includes unicycling. Sports/exercise: push-ups, weight-lifting, working out in a gym, aerobics, team sports (not competitively played) such as football, golf, horse riding, tennis, track & field, gentle swimming, skiing, ice-skating etc. Gardening: includes energetic tasks such as digging, light to moderate shovelling, mowing the lawn, using heavy power tools, chopping wood etc. DIY/home improvement: includes such fairly demanding tasks such as building a fence, sawing hardwood, cleaning gutters, using heavy power tools, sanding floors etc.