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bank dataset (Chapter 4)

Description

The bank dataset we analyze in the first part of Chapter 3 comes from Flury and Riedwyl (1988) and is made of four measurements on 100 genuine Swiss banknotes and 100 counterfeit ones. The response variable y is thus the status of the banknote, where 0 stands for genuine and 1 stands for counterfeit, while the explanatory factors are bill measurements.

Usage

data(bank)

Format

A data frame with 200 observations on the following 5 variables.

x1

length of the bill (in mm)

x2

width of the left edge (in mm)

x3

width of the right edge (in mm)

x4

bottom margin width (in mm)

y

response variable

Source

Flury, B. and Riedwyl, H. (1988) Multivariate Statistics. A Practical Approach, Chapman and Hall, London-New York.

Examples

data(bank)
summary(bank)

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