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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 apple.xls data from a telephone survey in which a (fictional) ª ecologically friendly‰ 1. id 2. educ 3. date 4. state 5. regprc 6. ecoprc 7. inseason 8. hhsize 9. male 10. faminc 11. age 12. reglbs 13. ecolbs 14. numlt5 15. num5_17 16. num18_64 17. numgt64 18. ecochoice respondent identifier years schooling interview date: month/day/year home state price of regular apples price of ecolabeled apples =1 if interviewed in Nov. household size =1 if male family income, thousands in years quantity regular apples, pounds quantity ecolabeled apples, lbs # in household younger than 5 # in household 5 to 17 # in household 18 to 64 # in household older than 64 =1 if ecolbs>0 apple was described. Each family was (randomly) p Page 1 ...
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 206 taught by Professor Kendall,berkley during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.
- Spring '08
- Environmental Science