ben at zoo.ufl.edu
Wed Apr 26 00:47:30 CEST 2000
I strongly suspect it's the same data as are included in the "michelson"
data set in the MASS library.
Make sure the MASS library is installed, then:
should get you to where you would have been if you'd read in the
"morley.data" file and converted Run and Expt to factors (they're factors
already in the built-in data set).
On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Stephen Arthur wrote:
> I am sorry to say, I do not know where the
> 'morley.dat' is that is mentioned as the sample data
> for the sample session on page 80 of Appendix A in the
> Introduction to R book.
> If you could get back to me soon about that would be
> Then I can prepare my next question,
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