This data set consists of 654 observations on youths aged 3 to 19 from East Boston recorded duing the middle to late 1970's. Forced expiratory volume (FEV), a measure of lung capacity, is the variable of interest. Age and height are two continuous predictors. Sex and smoke are two categorical predictors.
A data frame with 654 observations on 5 variables.
Forced expiratory volume (liters). Roughly the amount of air an individual can exhale in the first second of a forceful breath.
Female is 0. Male is 1.
A binary variable indicating whether or not the youth smokes. Nonsmoker is 0. Smoker is 1.
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Tager, I. B., Weiss, S. T., Rosner, B., and Speizer, F. E. (1979). Effect of parental cigarette smoking on pulmonary function in children. American Journal of Epidemiology, 110, 15-26.
Rosner, B. (1999). Fundamentals of Biostatistics, 5th Ed., Pacific Grove, CA: Duxbury.
Kahn, M.J. (2005). An Exhalent Problem for Teaching Statistics. Journal of Statistics Education, 13(2). http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v13n2/datasets.kahn.html
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Start: AIC=-1154.18 fev ~ age + height + sex + smoke Df Sum of Sq RSS AIC <none> 110.28 -1154.18 - smoke 1 0.368 110.65 -1154.00 - sex 1 3.803 114.08 -1134.00 - age 1 8.099 118.38 -1109.83 - height 1 81.505 191.78 -794.28 Call: lm(formula = fev ~ age + height + sex + smoke, data = fev) Coefficients: (Intercept) age height sex smoke -4.45697 0.06551 0.10420 0.15710 -0.08725
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