Wine {candisc} | R Documentation |

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Chemical composition of three cultivars of wine

### Description

These data are the results of a chemical analysis of wines grown in the same region in Italy
but derived from three different cultivars.
The analysis determined the quantities of 13 constituents found in each of the three types of wines.

This data set is a classic in the machine learning literature as an easy high-D classification
problem, but is also of interest for examples of MANOVA and discriminant analysis.

### Usage

data("Wine")

### Format

A data frame with 178 observations on the following 14 variables.

`Cultivar`

a factor with levels `barolo`

`grignolino`

`barbera`

`Alcohol`

a numeric vector

`MalicAcid`

a numeric vector

`Ash`

a numeric vector

`AlcAsh`

a numeric vector, Alkalinity of ash

`Mg`

a numeric vector, Magnesium

`Phenols`

a numeric vector, Total phenols

`Flav`

a numeric vector, Flavanoids

`NonFlavPhenols`

a numeric vector

`Proa`

a numeric vector, Proanthocyanins

`Color`

a numeric vector, color intensity

`Hue`

a numeric vector

`OD`

a numeric vector, OD280/OD315 of diluted wines

`Proline`

a numeric vector

### Details

The precise definitions of these variables is unknown: units, how they were measured,
etc.

### Source

This data set was obtained from the UCI Machine Learning Repository,
`http://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/Wine`

.
This page references a large number of papers that use this data set
to compare different methods.

### References

In R, a comparable data set is contained in the ggbiplot package.

### Examples

data(Wine)
str(Wine)
#summary(Wine)
Wine.mlm <- lm(as.matrix(Wine[, -1]) ~ Cultivar, data=Wine)
Wine.can <- candisc(Wine.mlm)
Wine.can
plot(Wine.can, ellipse=TRUE)
plot(Wine.can, which=1)

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*candisc* version 0.8-5

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