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semeat.xls
SOURCE: David H. Holben, “Selenium content of Venison, Squirrel, and beef purchased or produced in Ohio, a low selenium region of the United States,” Journal of Food Science, 67 (2002), 431-433. Testing selenium level for four meats (type) found in Appalachia Ohio. VEN is venison meat, SQU is squirrel meat, RRB is region-raised beef, NRB is non-region raised beef. The outcome variable is selenium (selen)content in ug/100g.
jph422Jan 30, 20081KB413
Agricultural Economics Studies
Price and consumption per capita of beef and pork annually from 1925 to 1941 together with other variables relevant to an economic analysis of price and/or consumption of beef and pork over the period. Number of cases: 17 Reference: F.B. Waugh, Graphic Analysis in Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Handbook No. 128, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1957. (Regression , Multivariate regression , Time series )
VariableDescription
PBE Price of beef (cents/lb)
CBE Consumption of beef per capita (lbs)
PPO Price of pork (cents/lb)
CPO Consumption of pork per capita (lbs)
PFO Retail food price index (1947-1949 = 100)
DINC Disposable income per capita index (1947-1949 = 100)
CFO Food consumption per capita index (1947-1949 = 100)
RDINC Index of real disposable income per capita (1947-1949 = 100)
RFP Retail food price index adjusted by the CPI (1947-1949 = 100)
ds-231%scAug 11, 2008982B570
Hot dogs
Results of a laboratory analysis of calories and sodium content of major hot dog brands. Researchers for Consumer Reports analyzed three types of hot dog: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat). [ ANOVA ]
VariableDescription
Typetypes of hot dog
Caloriescalories content
Sodiumsodium content
ds-231%scAug 11, 2008832B356
UMFEColi.txt
The Petrifilm HEC test is a new microbial method for detection of E. coli. Up until now the HGMF (Hydrophobic Grid Membrane Filtration) method was used. HGMF is an elaborate laboratory based procedure. HEC is easier and safer to use and it can be used in the field. Before using the HEC procedure, one has to compare readings from the HEC test to those from the HGMF test to obtain an equation that would relate the HEC reading to the HGMF reading. If the HEC test results were unrelated to the HGMF results, then the HEC procedure could not be used in the field. A study was conducted that would apply both procedures to artificially contaminated beef. Portions of beef trim were obtained from three Holstein cows that had tested negtative for E. coli. Eighteen portions of beef trim were obtained from the cows and then contaminated with E. coli. The HEC and HGMF procedures were applied to a portion of each of the 18 samples. The two procedures yielded E. coli concentrations as given in the dataset UMFEColi.txt. The variables are HEC and HGMF. The units are log10 CFU/ml. Note that CFU means colony forming units. You are to build a linear regression model predicting HEC from HGMF.
gailllangeNov 14, 2016294B51
Data Set 3
Data Set 3: People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
camburgey0007Aug 27, 20131KB76
STAT 205-Problem 2.22
Beef steer weight gain data (as lb/day) from Samuels, M. L., and Witmer, J. A. (2003), Statistics for the Life Sciences, 3rd Ed., Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall; Chapter 2.
ds-7515%scAug 11, 200899B47
Data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
badams0172Aug 22, 20131KB36
Data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
mnix0008Aug 20, 2013779B32
Data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
jhoskins0066Aug 27, 2013559B31
Data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
bwhite0099Aug 20, 20131KB23
data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
jpence0028Aug 20, 2013779B23
Data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
lmaggard0014Aug 25, 2013779B19
Data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat).
hbush0007Aug 20, 2013779B18
Data Set 3
People who are concerned about their health may prefer hot dogs that are low in salt and calories. The "Hot dogs" datafile contains data on the sodium and calories contained in each of 54 major hot dog brands. The hot dogs are classified by type: beef, poultry, and meat (mostly pork and beef, but up to 15% poultry meat)
wsdeatonAug 20, 2013779B18
Price of BeefstatcrunchMar 12, 2009553B196

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