458,500 items of data are available, covering 210,967 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.
70,692 participants, 70,692 items
Instance 1 : On-line cycle 1, February 2011 to April 2011.
100,577 participants, 100,577 items
Instance 2 : On-line cycle 2, June 2011 to September 2011.
83,243 participants, 83,243 items
Instance 3 : On-line cycle 3, October 2011 to December 2011.
103,765 participants, 103,765 items
Instance 4 : On-line cycle 4, April 2012 to June 2012.
100,223 participants, 100,223 items
Question asked: "Yesterday, about how long did you spend doing activities that needed vigorous effort, making you breathe hard? For example running, cycling uphill, carrying heavy furniture upstairs, martial arts, competitive sports or intensive exercise."
If the participant activated the Help feature they were shown the message:
Please guess how long you spent in total doing activities requiring vigorous effort yesterday. These types of strenuous activities require a good level of fitness and strength. At work: physically demanding such as carrying heavy objects (e.g. bricks) or carrying moderately heavy objects uphill, up stairs or up ladders, heavy shovelling etc. Running: not slow - 5mph (1 mile in 12 minutes) or faster. Cycling: vigorous effort, reasonably fast or uphill, mountain biking. Sports/exercise: vigorous effort including step aerobics, intensive circuit training, boxing/martial arts, competitively played team games such as football, rock climbing, energetic swimming, energetic skiing (racing, cross-country) etc.
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