The data are the average wine consumption rates (in liters per person per year) and number of ischemic heart disease deaths (per 1000 men aged 55 to 64 years) for 18 industrialized countries.
A data frame with 18 observations on the following 3 variables.
a character vector indicating the country
consumption of wine (liters per person per year)
heart disease mortality rate (deaths per 1,000)
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St. Leger A.S., Cochrane, A.L. and Moore, F. (1979). Factors Associated with Cardiac Mortality in Developed Countries with Particular Reference to the Consumption of Wine, Lancet: 1017–1020.
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