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Data from Chapter 1

Dataset: Bioequivalence data from Table 1.1
Reference: Efron, B. and Tibshirani, R. J. (1993). An Introduction to the Bootstrap. Chapman and Hall, New York.

Subject Placebo Approved New
1       9243    17649    16449
2       9671    12013    14614
3       11792   19979    172174
4       13357   21816    23798
5       9055    13850    12560
6       6290    9806     10157
7       12412   17208    16570
8       18806   29044    26325

Dataset: Longitudinal Dental Data from Table 1.3
Reference: Potthoff, R. F. and Roy, S. N. (1964). A generalized multivariate analysis
of variance model useful especially for growth curve problems. Biometrika,
51, 313326.

Gender   Age 8 Age 10 Age 12 Age 14
Male     26.0  25.0   29.0   31.0
Male     21.5  22.5   23.0   26.5
Male     23.0  22.5   24.0   27.5
Male     25.5  27.5   26.5   27.0
Male     20.0  23.5   22.5   26.0
Male     24.5  25.5   27.0   28.5
Male     22.0  22.0   24.5   26.5
Male     24.0  21.5   24.5   25.5
Male     23.0  20.5   31.0   26.0
Male     27.5  28.0   31.0   31.5
Male     23.0  23.0   23.5   25.0
Male     21.5  23.5   24.0   28.0
Male     17.0  24.5   26.0   29.5
Male     22.5  25.5   25.5   26.0
Male     23.0  24.5   26.0   30.0
Male     22.0  21.5   23.5   25.0
Female   21.0  20.0   21.5   23.0
Female   21.0  21.5   24.0   25.5
Female   20.5  24.0   24.5   26.0
Female   23.5  24.5   25.0   26.5
Female   21.5  23.0   22.5   23.5
Female   20.0  21.0   21.0   22.5
Female   21.5  22.5   23.0   25.0
Female   23.0  23.0   23.5   24.0
Female   20.0  21.0   22.0   21.5
Female   16.5  19.0   19.0   19.5
Female   24.5  25.0   28.0   28.0

Dataset: Hyperactivity Treatment Data from Table 1.4
Reference: Woolson, R. F. (1987). Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Biomedical
Data
. John Wiley and Sons, New York.

Treatment Block Score
A         1     41
          2     48
          3     53
          4     56
B         1     61
          2     68
          3     70
          4     72
C         1     62
          2     62
          3     66
          4     70
D         1     43
          2     48
          3     53
          4     52

Dataset:Longitudinal data on a dental measurement. 
Reference: Potthoff, R. F. and Roy, S. N. (1964). A generalized multivariate analysis of variance model useful especially for growth curve problems. Biometrika, 51, 313326.

Gender     Age 8     Age 10     Age 12    Age 14
Male       26.0      25.0       29.0       31.0
Male       21.5      22.5       23.0       26.5
Male       23.0      22.5       24.0       27.5
Male       25.5      27.5       26.5       27.0
Male       20.0      23.5       22.5       26.0
Male       24.5      25.5       27.0       28.5
Male       22.0      22.0       24.5       26.5
Male       24.0      21.5       24.5       25.5
Male       23.0      20.5       31.0       26.0
Male       27.5      28.0       31.0       31.5
Male       23.0      23.0       23.5       25.0
Male       21.5      23.5       24.0       28.0
Male       17.0      24.5       26.0       29.5
Male       22.5      25.5       25.5       26.0
Male       23.0      24.5       26.0       30.0
Male       22.0      21.5       23.5       25.0
Female     21.0      20.0       21.5       23.0
Female     21.0      21.5       24.0       25.5
Female     20.5      24.0       24.5       26.0
Female     23.5      24.5       25.0       26.5
Female     21.5      23.0       22.5       23.5
Female     20.0      21.0       21.0       22.5
Female     21.5      22.5       23.0       25.0
Female     23.0      23.0       23.5       24.0
Female     20.0      21.0       22.0       21.5
Female     16.5      19.0       19.0       19.5
Female     24.5      25.0       28.0       28.0

Dataset: The percent of magnesium oxide and silicon dioxide contained in twenty-two chondrite meteorites.
Reference: Ahrens, L. H. (1965). Observations on the Fe-Si-Mg relationship in chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 29, 801-806.

                                   Percent             Percent
Meteorite     Silicon Dioxide     Magnesium Oxide
1             20.77               15.65
2             22.56               16.10
3             22.71               15.81
4             22.99               16.10
5             26.39               18.73
6             27.08               19.46
7             27.32               17.89
8             27.33               18.04
9             27.57               18.45
10            27.81               19.11
11            28.69               19.77
12            29.36               21.16
13            30.25               21.19
14            31.89               23.76
15            32.88               22.06
16            33.23               23.57
17            33.28               23.98
18            33.40               23.54
19            33.52               23.74
20            33.83               23.87
21            33.95               25.27
22            34.82               23.57


Data from Chapter 2

Dataset: The heights of the ten NBA players from the 20052006 season sampled for the example.

Player           Height (cm)
Allen Iverson    182.88
Milt Palacio     190.50
DeSagana Diop    213.36
Theron Smith     203.20
Moochie Norris   185.42
Devin Brown      195.58
Tim Duncan       210.82
Sean Marks       208.28
Vitaly Potapenko 208.28
Kerry Kittles    195.58

 

Data for Applied Exercise 2.1

Student     1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9   10
Midterm    77   70   94   80   94   65   69   76   69   71
Final      78   82   91   91   94   76   79   71   76   78

 

Data for Applied Exercise 2.2

Object 1       2       3       4       5       6       7
1      1.2776  1.2745  1.2616  1.2474  1.2678  1.2548  1.2788
2      1.2726  1.2687  1.2648  1.2677  1.2703  1.2713  1.2739

 

Data for Applied Exercise 2.3

58.18 20.29 44.33 45.15 52.08
51.07 48.41 56.26 56.46 57.90
59.83 34.79 59.83 50.56 49.63
54.85 58.88 56.36 38.92 53.00
52.69 56.11 56.02 58.88 54.69

 

Data for Applied Exercise 2.4

0.9943 0.9910 0.9920 0.9917 0.9999 0.9999 0.9922 0.9768
0.9917 0.9773 0.9999 0.9974 0.9995 0.9641 0.9977 0.9990

 

Data for Applied Exercise 2.5

7.71 7.38 7.87 6.54 6.67 6.84 7.88 7.90 7.81 6.23 6.87 6.81 6.88 6.79 7.62


Data from Chapter 3

Data for Applied Exercise 3.1

Doctor Observed Waiting Times
A      11.0 5.8 10.9  8.2  8.2 10.2 10.7 6.9 12.6  8.3
B       5.4 7.8  6.5  6.3  5.7  6.9  6.3 7.7  6.6  6.4
C       6.3 8.5  5.6  7.3  5.8  6.3  5.5 5.9  9.4  8.4
D       5.0 0.9  6.1  5.6 17.5 10.3 -0.1 4.0  6.2 -1.0
E       7.3 9.4 10.9 -4.9  9.2  4.5  3.7 0.1 19.5 13.9

 

Data for Applied Exercise 3.2

Supplier A
38.3 50.5 49.3 51.5 59.3
33.8 52.5 55.1 53.3 50.5
55.0 51.3 45.1 53.1 39.4
58.4 48.1 51.1 53.8 52.6
41.8 37.0 50.8 50.5 66.0

Supplier B
44.1 44.4 46.5 51.4 47.6
43.6 47.9 48.7 53.1 53.6
55.2 55.5 40.1 40.4 61.0
53.6 54.6 54.0 67.7 42.0
50.8 45.9 39.0 55.8 37.0

Supplier C

40.7 63.0 41.9 50.8 43.5
44.0 43.0 57.4 48.5 44.3
40.8 49.7 53.9 61.5 53.6
56.3 48.9 49.7 55.8 76.7
47.8 51.0 51.9 54.8 49.4

Data for Applied Exercise 3.3

 i     X      Y
 1   -0.63   1.05
 2    0.92  -0.33
 3   -0.38  -0.18
 4   -0.99  -0.11
 5   -0.15  -1.10
 6    0.34   0.45
 7   -0.52  -0.66
 8    0.14   0.73
 9   -1.04  -1.20
10   -0.57   0.82
11   -0.10   0.40
12   -0.29  -0.21
13    0.02   0.00     
14   -0.18   0.87
15   -0.90   0.19
16   -0.60   0.68
17    0.50   0.67
18    1.14  -0.76
19    1.81   0.26
20   -0.74   0.06
21    0.18  -0.18
22   -0.57   0.70
23    0.87   0.17
24   -1.64   0.00
25    0.39   0.01
26   -0.10   0.59
27    0.25  -0.59
 

Data for Applied Exercise 3.4

7.65 10.28 8.65 8.32  7.41 9.43 8.93
8.62  8.38 9.52 7.48  9.41 7.98 8.41
8.07  7.31 8.60 8.19  8.36 8.64 8.54
7.24  8.98 8.95 7.75  9.85 8.99 8.10
7.28  8.48 7.43 8.47  8.37 7.02 7.94
9.97  8.97 7.43 7.68  9.07 8.38 7.67
9.65  7.95 7.97 7.81  8.66 8.54 9.20
8.52 10.79 7.95 8.14  8.23 8.65 8.92
8.07  7.26 9.37 7.68  7.23 7.07 8.75
7.90  8.31 9.25 8.99 10.53 7.94 8.13

 

Data for Applied Exercise 3.5

                   Volts (DC)
Manufacturer 3      6      9      12
     A      0.0445 0.0566 0.0711 0.1051
     A      0.0289 0.0470 0.0704 0.1044
     A      0.0547 0.0416 0.0717 0.1001
     A      0.0497 0.0420 0.0761 0.0978
     A      0.0472 0.0535 0.0729 0.0960
     A      0.0379 0.0525 0.0826 0.0865
     A      0.0615 0.0381 0.0747 0.0869
     A      0.0522 0.0632 0.0743 0.0818
     A      0.0489 0.0442 0.0761 0.0981
     A      0.0399 0.0643 0.0793 0.0969
     B      0.0695 0.0910 0.1602 0.2194
     B      0.0721 0.1075 0.1588 0.2067
     B      0.0823 0.0970 0.1488 0.2043
     B      0.0796 0.1119 0.1820 0.2031
     B      0.0696 0.0988 0.1640 0.2123
     B      0.0572 0.1172 0.1626 0.2029
     B      0.0747 0.1197 0.1569 0.1950
     B      0.0720 0.1106 0.1381 0.1832
     B      0.0759 0.1060 0.1630 0.1816
     B      0.0816 0.1016 0.1687 0.2088


Data from Chapter 4

Data for Applied Exercise 4.1

Brand A

Depth 71.0 92.2 87.4 51.6 70.2 65.1 50.3 91.4
Time  34.9 45.7 43.7 29.1 35.9 33.0 25.1 47.4

Depth 86.2 97.0 30.7 43.5 48.9 96.2 74.9 19.9
Time  44.7 45.9 16.0 23.3 23.9 45.6 35.6 12.0

Brand B

Depth 30.7 67.1 47.7 47.3 40.7 41.9 22.5 20.3
Time  18.5 27.6 27.5 20.4 16.2 20.0 11.1 8.8

Depth 36.0 27.1 87.3 30.9 90.4 38.4 90.1 40.6
Time  21.3 11.8 31.9 19.2 36.5 20.7 38.6 15.9

Brand C

Depth 20.7 98.6 11.2 49.2 52.2 53.1 64.1 53.7
Time  21.9 74.1 15.8 45.3 42.4 42.8 51.1 36.0

Depth 80.8 82.9 88.2 23.1 96.6 17.8 34.2 29.3
Time  62.4 64.0 62.4 20.5 70.3 11.0 25.5 18.7

 

Data for Applied Exercise 4.2

Standard Software System

27.4 28.3 27.2 28.3 27.7 27.9 26.9

New Software System I

28.2 28.5 28.9 28.8 27.2 29.4 28.8

New Software System II

31.0 30.3 31.4 29.0 31.4 30.8 30.6

 

Data for Applied Exercise 4.3

         Pixel          Printing Time
Graphic Density Printer I Printer II Printer III

    1     89      18.1       17.3        7.3
          2     26       9.3        5.0        8.8
          3     34       8.6        7.6       18.3
          4     12       4.4        5.2        8.7
          5     24       7.8        8.7        4.2
          6     52       9.0       10.9       12.4
          7     30       8.9        8.1        8.0
          8     31       7.7        9.3       11.2
          9     71      12.8       13.1        8.5
        10     50      11.0        8.7       10.6

 

 


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