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Housing data as we see it

We received 41455 bytes of data. There were 506 cases in the data file, each of which had 14 variables. More information about the variables is listed in the table below. For the more detailed information about single variables follow the link through the variable name.

You can control which variables are included in the analysis. As a default, all variables are in. But if there are attributes such as ID-numbers in the data, they are just going to confuse the analysis and are better to be excluded. You can exclude a variable by unchecking the associated checkbox.

VariableTypeValuesInclude
crimes/capita Numerical 0.00632 .. 88.9762
residental% Numerical 0 .. 100
non-retail% Numerical 0.46 .. 27.74
CharlesRiver Numerical 0 .. 1
N_oxides Numerical 0.385 .. 0.871
rooms/dwelling Numerical 3.561 .. 8.78
pre40's% Numerical 2.9 .. 100
distance Numerical 1.1296 .. 12.1265
access Numerical 1 .. 24
tax rate Numerical 187 .. 711
pupils/teachers Numerical 12.6 .. 22
black index Numerical 0.32 .. 396.9
low status Numerical 1.73 .. 37.97
home value Numerical 5 .. 50

Now it is time to start the search for a good dependency model for this data. So let's take the next step and...


 

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