Description Usage Format Details References Examples

These are several small data files usefull for gamlss fits.

LGAclaims: the data were given by Gillian Heller and can be found in de Jong and Heller (2007).
This data set records the number of third party claims, `Claims`

, in a twelve month
period between 1984-1986 in each of 176 geographical areas (local government areas) in New South Wales,
Australia. Areas are grouped into thirteen statistical divisions (`SD`

). Other
recorded variables are the number of accidents, `Accidents`

, the number of people killed or
injured and population with all variables classified according to area.

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Data frames each with the following variable.

- Claims
the number of third party claims

- LGA
Local government areas in New South Wales

- SD
statistical divisions

- Pop$\_$density
population density

- KI
the number of people killed or injured

- Accidents
the number of accidents

- Population
population size

- L$\_$KI
log of KI

- L$\_$Accidents
the log of the number of accidents

- L$\_$Population
log Population

Data sets usefull for the GAMLSS booklet

de Jong, P. and Heller G. (2007) *Generalized Linear Models for Insurance Data *, Cambridge University Press

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