Case studies in data analysis

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Springer-Verlag, 1994 - Mathematics - 262 pages
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The purpose of this volume is to provide some illustrative examples of the analysis of real-world data drawn from areas as diverse as public policy, medical science, meteorology, and market research. For each case, two or more analysts worked independently in a simulated consultancy context. Each case study begins with a description of the questions at hand, the data sets available, and they then present in detail the analysts' solutions and conclusions.

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Measurements of Possible Lung Damage
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Iceberg Paths and Collision Risks for Fixed
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Temporal Patterns in Twenty Years
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