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Data on 102 male and 100 female athletes collected at the Australian Institute of Sport, courtesy of Richard Telford and Ross Cunningham.

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A data frame with 202 observations on the following 13 variables.

`sex`

A factor with levels

`female`

`male`

`sport`

A factor with levels

`B_Ball`

`Field`

`Gym`

`Netball`

`Row`

`Swim`

`T_400m`

`T_Sprnt`

`Tennis`

`W_Polo`

`rcc`

A numeric vector: red cell count

`wcc`

A numeric vector: white cell count

`Hc`

A numeric vector: Hematocrit

`Hg`

A numeric vector: Hemoglobin

`Fe`

A numeric vector: plasma ferritin concentration

`bmi`

A numeric vector: body mass index

`ssf`

A numeric vector: sum of skin folds

`Bfat`

A numeric vector: body fat percentage

`lbm`

A numeric vector: lean body mass

`Ht`

A numeric vector: height (cm)

`Wt`

A numeric vector: weight (kg)

Cook and Weisberg (1994), An Introduction to Regression Graphics. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

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quantileDA documentation built on May 29, 2017, 6:48 p.m.

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