soccer.bivar: Soccer 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("soccer.bivar")

Format

A data frame containing following variables:

yMin

Minimum of the response variable Y (weight)

t1Min

Minimum of the explanatory variable T1 (height)

t2Min

Minimum of the explanatory variable T2 (age)

yMax

Maximum of the response variable Y (weight)

t1Max

Maximum of the explanatory variable T1 (height)

t2Max

Maximum of the explanatory variable T2 (age)

Details

This data set concerns the record of the Weight (Y), Height (T1) and Age (T2) from 20 soccer teams of the premiere French championship.

Source

Lima Neto et. al. (2011)

References

Lima Neto, E. A., Cordeiro, G. and De Carvalho, F.A.T. (2011). Bivariate symbolic regression models for interval-valued variables. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation (Print), 81, 1727–1744.

See Also

cm, MinMax, bivar

Examples

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data("soccer.bivar", package = "iRegression")

bivar1 <- bivar(yMin~t1Min+t2Min, "identity", yMax~t1Max+t2Max, "identity", data=soccer.bivar)
summary(bivar1)

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