Analysis of housing data collected in a lead-based paint survey in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Part 1
Douglas R. Shier, William G. Hall, Center for Building Technology, Institute for Basic Standards (U.S.). Applied Mathematics Division, United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Policy Development and Research
Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Institute for Applied Technology, Center for Building Technology, 1977 - Medical - 92 pages
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ACHD age category age of child aggregated measure Allegheny County analyses baseboards Batch number 12 blood lead levels Bureau of Standards calibration census tract child data Coded according condition code data base doors dry rooms Exceeding Fixed Lead exterior surfaces Field 11 Figure Fixed Lead Levels fixed levels FORTRAN Format 16 higher lead levels highest lead histogram housing inspection housing survey housing units indicated inspection team Lead Interval Lead Paint Lead Poisoning mean readings Mean Trim measured lead levels measures of lead median mg/cm National Bureau NBSIR occupancy class paint film PEELING or BAD Pittsburgh and Washington Pittsburgh survey Portable X-ray Fluorescence present PUBLIC HOUSING room type serial number 16 sex of child simple random sample specified substrate Successor index 12 summary statistics surface condition surface type SURVEY IN PITTSBURGH Table test block vernier scale wall reading wet rooms XRF reading taken ZIP CODE