WinesRankingRawData: 'WinesRankingRawData': an example of an excel file with...

WinesRankingRawDataR Documentation

WinesRankingRawData: an example of an excel file with (simulated) ranking data. Can be read with the function read.df.excel().


WinesRankingRawData: an example of an excel file with (simulated) ranking data (6 wines ranked by 80 Assessors). Can be read by read.df.excel.


In this example of a "ranking task," 80 (simulated or fictitious) assessors ranked 6 red wines from Burgundy (France). The assessor first chooses the most relevant dimension for these wines and then positions the wines on a scale from 1 to 9 for this dimension. The names of the assessors is composed of 4 characters of the general composition w/ma/f01 : 80. The assessors were 40 men and 40 women (first character w/n) and 40 American or 40 French (second character a/f). The red wines that were tasted are Irancy, Saint-Brie, Beaune, Nuits (Cote de Nuits), Beaujolais, and Beaujolais-Nouveau. Irancy & Saint-Brie are near the cities of Auxerre and Chablis, Beaune & Cote de Nuits are from central Burgundy, and Beaujolais and Beaujolais Nouveau are from the south of Burgundy; Beaujolais Nouveau is a young wine (a primeur) released in November of its year, after only a few weeks of fermentation.


To fetch this dataset use system.file() (see example below).




Herve Abdi


path2file <- system.file("extdata",
           "WinesRankingRawData.xlsx", package = 'DistatisR')
ranking6Wines <- read.df.excel(path = path2file, sheet = 'Ranking')

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