The dataset contains information about the mortality rate from 60 U.S. cities using aggregate information from the year 1969/70.
A data frame with 60 observations on the following 8 variables.
a numeric vector of the total mortality (number of deaths per 1000 people) from 1970.
a numeric vector of the median age of the population (in years) from 1969.
a numeric vector of the number of packs of cigarettes per year per person.
a numeric vector of the density of medical doctors (number of medical doctors per 100,000 people).
a numeric vector of the percentage of households with more than 1.5 persons per room.
a numeric vector of the fraction of the non-white population.
a numeric vector of the percentage of the population over age 25 having a high-school diploma.
a numeric vector of the median income from 1969.
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