Los Angeles ozone pollution data, 1976.
We deleted from the original data, the first 3 columns which were the
Day of the month and
Day of the week. Each
observation is one day, so there is 366 rows.
ozone data is a matrix with 9 columns.
This data set is a matrix containing the following columns:
|[,1]||Ozone||numeric||Daily maximum one-hour-average ozone reading (parts per million) at Upland, CA.|
|[,2]||Pressure.Vand||numeric||500 millibar pressure height (m) measured at Vandenberg AFB.|
|[,3]||Wind||numeric||Wind speed (mph) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).|
|[,4]||Humidity||numeric||Humidity in percentage at LAX.|
|[,5]||Temp.Sand||numeric||Temperature (degrees F) measured at Sandburg, CA.|
|[,6]||Inv.Base.height||numeric||Inversion base height (feet) at LAX.|
|[,7]||Pressure.Grad||numeric||Pressure gradient (mm Hg) from LAX to Daggett, CA.|
|[,8]||Inv.Base.Temp||numeric||Inversion base temperature (degrees F) at LAX.|
|[,9]||Visilibity||numeric||Visibility (miles) measured at LAX.|
Leo Breiman, Department of Statistics, UC Berkeley. Data used in Breiman, L. and Friedman, J. H. (1985). Estimating optimal transformations for multiple regression and correlation, Journal of American Statistical Association, 80, 580–598.
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