Orioles: Salaries of members of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team In BSDA: Basic Statistics and Data Analysis

Description

Data for Example 1.3

Usage

 `1` ```Orioles ```

Format

A data frame/tibble with 27 observations on three variables

first name

a factor with levels `Albert`, `Arthur`, `B.J.`, `Brady`, `Cal`, `Charles`, `dl-Delino`, `dl-Scott`, `Doug`, `Harold`, `Heathcliff`, `Jeff`, `Jesse`, `Juan`, `Lenny`, `Mike`, `Rich`, `Ricky`, `Scott`, `Sidney`, `Will`, and `Willis`

last name

a factor with levels `Amaral`, `Anderson`, `Baines`, `Belle`, `Bones`, `Bordick`, `Clark`, `Conine`, `Deshields`, `Erickson`, `Fetters`, `Garcia`, `Guzman`, `Johns`, `Johnson`, `Kamieniecki`, `Mussina`, `Orosco`, `Otanez`, `Ponson`, `Reboulet`, `Rhodes`, `Ripken Jr.`, `Slocumb`, `Surhoff`,`Timlin`, and `Webster`

1999salary

a numeric vector containing each player's salary (in dollars)

References

Kitchens, L. J. (2003) Basic Statistics and Data Analysis. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning.

Examples

 ```1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9``` ```stripchart(Orioles\$`1999salary`, method = "stack", pch = 19) ## Not run: library(ggplot2) ggplot2::ggplot(data = Orioles, aes(x = `1999salary`)) + geom_dotplot(dotsize = 0.5) + labs(x = "1999 Salary") + theme_bw() ## End(Not run) ```

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