Data from Tables 1.1 and 1.2 (pp. 5-8) of Flury and Riedwyl
(1988). There are six measurements made on 200 Swiss
banknotes (the old-Swiss 1000-franc). The banknotes belong to two
classes of equal size: *genuine* and *counterfeit*.

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A `data.frame`

of dimension `200x7`

with the following variables:

- Class
a

`factor`

with classes:`genuine`

,`counterfeit`

- Length
Length of bill (mm)

- Left
Width of left edge (mm)

- Right
Width of right edge (mm)

- Bottom
Bottom margin width (mm)

- Top
Top margin width (mm)

- Diagonal
Length of diagonal (mm)

Flury, B. and Riedwyl, H. (1988).
*Multivariate Statistics: A practical approach.*
London: Chapman & Hall.

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