A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R (3rd Edition)

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- An Introduction to R
- Chapter Analysis of Variance
- Chapter Analyzing Longitudinal Data I
- Chapter Analyzing Longitudinal Data II
- Chapter Bayesian Inference
- Chapter Cluster Analysis
- Chapter Conditional Inference
- Chapter Data Analysis using Graphical Displays
- Chapter Density Estimation
- Chapter Generalized Additive Models
- Chapter Logistic Regression and Generalized Linear Models
- Chapter Meta-Analysis
- Chapter Missing Values
- Chapter Multidimensional Scaling
- Chapter Principal Component Analysis
- Chapter Quantile Regression
- Chapter Recursive Partitioning
- Chapter Simple Inference
- Chapter Simultaneous Inference and Multiple Comparisons
- Chapter Survival Analysis
- Errata
- Multiple Linear Regression

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Chemical composition of Romano-British pottery.

1 | ```
data("pottery")
``` |

A data frame with 45 observations on the following 9 chemicals.

- Al2O3
aluminium trioxide.

- Fe2O3
iron trioxide.

- MgO
magnesium oxide.

- CaO
calcium oxide.

- Na2O
natrium oxide.

- K2O
calium oxide.

- TiO2
titanium oxide.

- MnO
mangan oxide.

- BaO
barium oxide.

- kiln
site at which the pottery was found.

The data gives the chemical composition of specimens of Romano-British pottery, determined by atomic absorption spectrophotometry, for nine oxides.

A. Tubb and N. J. Parker and G. Nickless (1980),
The analysis of Romano-British pottery by atomic
absorption spectrophotometry. *Archaeometry*, **22**,
153–171.

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