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Data Tables from Billard, L. and Diday, E. (2007)

Data Tables
Billard, L. and Diday, E. (2007)
Symbolic Data Analysis: Conceptual Statistics and Data Mining
These tables have been prepared in a SAS file format, for direct use
in a SAS program. Or, they can be converted into a .sdsa file for use
in the SODAS software by using the DB2SO component of SODAS. This software
is free at http://raweb.inria.fr/rapportsactivite/RA2009/axis/uid54.html
Descriptions of the software components can be found in the companion Volume
Diday, E. and Noirhomme, M.(eds.) (2006). Symbolic Analysis and the SODAS
Software, John Wiley.

CHAPTER 2
Table 2.1 Health medical demographics
Table 2.3 Credit cardaset
Table 2.5 Bird colors
Table 2.7 Flights into JFK Airport
Table 2.24 Pickup league teams
Table 2.25 Tennis courts

CHAPTER 3
Table 3.3 Mushroom data
Table 3.5 Blood pressure data
Table 3.7 Energy usage
Table 3.10 Weight by age groups
Table 3.12 Hospital data

CHAPTER 4
Table 4.3 Occupations Salary by Gender
Table 4.5 Cholesterol by gender age groups
Table 4.6 Hemoglobin by gender age groups
Table 4.8 Baseball data
Table 4.14 Hematocrit by gender age groups

CHAPTER 5
Table 5.2 Finance data
Table 5.9 Iris data
Table 5.15 Cars data

CHAPTER 6
Table 6.1 and 6.3 Fuel consumption
Table 6.4 Crime demographics
Table 6.6 Age Cholesteral and Weight
Table 6.8 Hematocrit and Hemoglobin
Table 6.9 and 6.11 Bird color and region taxonomies
Table 6.9 and 6.13 Color taxonomy on intervals
Table 6.9 and 6.14 Color taxonomy on histograms
Table 6.15 Hierarchy dataset (classical)
Table 6.17 Hierarchy for intervals
Table 6.20 Hierarchy for histograms

CHAPTER 7
Table 7.5 Veterinary data
Table 7.8 Ichino oils data
Table 7.14 Horses dataset

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