Women's World Record Times for Running and Corresponding Distances

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Description

The E3.5 data frame has 6 rows and 2 columns. Records are for 1974.

Usage

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Format

This data frame contains the following columns:

Dist.

a numeric vector, distance run, in meters.

Time

a numeric vector, time used, in seconds.

Source

Encyclop<e6>dia Britannica, 15th Edition, 1974, Microp<e6>dia, IX, page 487.

See Also

E3.4, for the men's records.

Examples

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data(E3.5)
data(E3.4)
summary(E3.5)
summary(E3.4)
records <- rbind(E3.5,E3.4)
sex <- factor(c(rep("F", 6), rep("M", 13)))
records$sex <- sex
summary(records)

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