Cardiological.MinMax: Cardiological Interval Data Set

Description Usage Format Details Source References See Also Examples

Description

A real interval-valued data set.

Usage

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data("Cardiological.CR")

Format

A data frame containing following variables:

PulseMin

Lower bound of the response interval-valued variable Pulse

SystMin

Lower bound of the explanatory interval-valued variable Systolic Pressure

DiastMin

Lower bound of the explanatory interval-valued variable Diastolic Pressure

PulseMax

Upper bound of the response interval-valued variable Pulse

SystMax

Upper bound of the explanatory interval-valued variable Systolic Pressure

DiastMax

Upper bound of the explanatory interval-valued variable Diastolic Pressure

Details

This data set concerns the record of the pulse rate (Y), systolic blood pressure (X1) and diastolic blood pressure (X2) from 11 patients.

Source

Billard and Diday (2000)

References

Billard, L. and Diday, E. (2000) Regression analysis for interval-valued data. Data Analysis, Classification and Related Methods: Proceedings of the Seventh Conference of the International Federation of Classification Societies, Springer-Verlag, pp. 369-374.

See Also

cm, MinMax

Examples

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data("Cardiological.MinMax", package = "iRegression")

cm1 <- cm(PulseMin~SystMin+DiastMin,PulseMax~SystMax+DiastMax,data=Cardiological.MinMax)
summary(cm1)

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data("Cardiological.MinMax", package = "iRegression")

MinMax1 <- MinMax(PulseMin~SystMin+DiastMin,PulseMax~SystMax+DiastMax,data=Cardiological.MinMax)
summary(MinMax1)


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