SMSA: Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas

Description Usage Format Source References Examples

Description

The properties of Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (a standard Census Bureau designation of the region around a city) in the United States, collected from a variety of sources. The data include information on the social and economic conditions in these areas, on their climate, and some indices of air pollution potentials. The dataset has 59 observations on 15 variables.

Usage

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data("SMSA")

Format

A data frame with 59 observations on the following 15 variables.

JanTemp

Mean January temperature (in degrees Farenheit)

JulyTemp

Mean July temperature (in degrees Farenheit)

RelHum

Relative Humidity

Rain

Annual rainfall (in inches)

Mortality

Age adjusted mortality

Education

Median education

PopDensity

Population density

PerNonWhite

Percentage of non whites

PerWC

Percentage of white collour workers

pop

Population

popPerhouse

Population per household

income

Median income

HCPot

HC pollution potential

S02Pot

Sulfur Dioxide pollution potential

NOx

Nitrous Oxide (target variable)

Source

https://www.openml.org/d/1091

References

U.S. Department of Labour Statistics Authorization: free use

Examples

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data(SMSA)
## maybe str(SMSA) ; plot(SMSA) ...

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