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### ex12_016

Course: CH 5021, Fall 2009
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File # ex12_016.txt from publisher's web site # Data for Ex. 12.16, p. 785 of IPS4 (Table 12.3) # Col. 1: id = subject number (1-160) # Col. 2: promotions = number of promotions # Col. 3: price = estimated price of supermarket product (\$) # Use group &lt;- makefactor(promotions) id promotions price 1 1 3.78 2 1 3.82 3 1 4.18 4 1 4.46 5 1 4.31 6 1...

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File # ex12_016.txt from publisher's web site # Data for Ex. 12.16, p. 785 of IPS4 (Table 12.3) # Col. 1: id = subject number (1-160) # Col. 2: promotions = number of promotions # Col. 3: price = estimated price of supermarket product (\$) # Use group <- makefactor(promotions) id promotions price 1 1 3.78 2 1 3.82 3 1 4.18 4 1 4.46 5 1 4.31 6 1 4.56 7 1 4.36 8 1 4.54 9 1 3.89 10 1 4.13 11 1 3.97 12 1 4.38 13 1 3.98 14 1 3.91 15 1 4.34 16 1 4.24 17 1 4.22 18 1 4.32 19 1 3.96 20 1 4.73 21 1 3.62 22 1 4.27 23 1 4.79 24 1 4.58 25 1 4.46 26 1 4.18 27 1 4.40 28 1 4.36 29 1 4.37 30 1 4.23 31 1 4.06 32 1 3.86 33 1 4.26 34 1 4.33 35 1 4.10 36 1 3.94 37 1 3.97 38 1 4.60 39 1 4.50 40 1 4.00 41 3 4.12 42 3 3.91 43 3 3.96 44 3 4.22 45 3 3.88 46 3 4.14 47 3 4.17 48 3 4.07 49 3 4.16 50 3 4.12 51 3 3.84 52 3 4.01 53 3 4.42 54 3 4.01 55 3 3.84 56 3 3.95 57 3 4.26 58 3 3.95 59 3 4.30 60 3 4.33 61 3 4.17 62 3 3.97 63 3 4.32 64 3 3.87 65 3 3.91 66 3 4.21 67 3 3.86 68 3 4.14 69 3 3.93 70 3 4.08 71 3 4.07 72 3 4.08 3 73 3.95 74 3 3.92 75 3 4.36 76 3 4.05 77 3 3.96 78 3 4.29 79 3 3.60 80 3 4.11 81 5 3.32 82 5 3.86 83 5 4.15 84 5 3.65 85 5 3.71 86 5 3.78 87 5 3.93 88 5 3.73 89 5 3.71 90 5 4.10 91 5 3.69 92 5 3.83 93 5 3.58 94 5 4.08 95 5 3.99 96 5 3.72 97 5 4.41 98 5 4.12 99 5 3.73 100 5 3.56 101 5 3.25 102 5 3.76 103 5 3.56 104 5 3.48 105 5 3.47 106 5 3.58 107 5 3.76 108 5 3.57 109 5 3.87 110 5 3.92 111 5 3.39 112 5 3.54 113 5 3.86 114 5 3.77 115 5 4.37 116 5 3.77 117 5 3.81 118 5 3.71 129 5 3.58 120 5 3.69 121 7 3.45 122 7 3.64 123 7 3.37 124 7 3.27 125 7 3....

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