us.president.vote.1900.1968 {cluster.datasets} | R Documentation |

## Hartigan (1975) Republican Vote for President

### Description

The table contains the Republican percentage of the Presidential vote over 18 elections and for sourthern states. This is Table 14.1 in Chapter 14 of Hartigan (1975) on page 252.

### Usage

`data(us.president.vote.1900.1968)`

### Format

A data frame with 16 observations on the following 20 variables.

`code`

a character vector for the state code

`state`

a character vector for the state name

`y.1900`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1900

`y.1904`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1904

`y.1908`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1908

`y.1912`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1912

`y.1916`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1916

`y.1920`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1920

`y.1924`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1924

`y.1928`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1928

`y.1932`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1932

`y.1936`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1936

`y.1940`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1940

`y.1944`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1944

`y.1948`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1948

`y.1952`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1952

`y.1956`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1956

`y.1960`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1960

`y.1964`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1964

`y.1968`

a numeric vector for the Republican percentage in 1968

### Details

Hartigan suggests that the direct splitting algorithm is applied to this data set.

### Source

Peterson, S. (1969). *A Statistical History of the American Presidential Elections*, Ungar, New York

SPAETH2 Cluster Analysis Datasets http://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/datasets/spaeth2/spaeth2.html

### References

Hartigan, J. A. (1975). *Clustering Algorithms*, John Wiley, New York.

### Examples

```
data(us.president.vote.1900.1968)
```

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