Data sets and other utilities for 'Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data' by Lock, Lock, Lock, Lock and Lock (ISBN : 978-0-470-60187-7, http://lock5stat.com/).
This R Companion to Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data by Lock, Lock, Lock, Lock, and Lock provides
a companion text
an R package (
Lock5 with R, a companion to Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data is available as a PDF
The authors are Randall Pruim and Lana Park.
Lock5withR package can be installed from github using
This package contains all of the data sets used in the package and the
locket() function which can be used to run any of
417 code chunks from the campanion.
locket("Example2.11")#>#>#> locket(Example2.11)#> ------ ~~~~~~~~~~~#>#> > ICU20 <- subset(ICUAdmissions, Age == "20")#>#> > mean( ~ HeartRate, data = ICU20)#>  82.2#>#> > median( ~ HeartRate, data = ICU20)#>  80#>#> > ICU55 = subset(ICUAdmissions, Age == "55")#>#> > mean( ~ HeartRate, data = ICU55)#>  108.5#>#> > median( ~ HeartRate, data = ICU55)#>  106
The Locks have created an R package called
Lock5Data that contains the data sets from their text.
Some of these data sets have been modified in
Lock5withR to make them easier to use with R. Modified data sets include the following:
AllCountries BikeCommute BodyTemp50 CaffeineTaps CarbonDioxide CO2 EmployedACS Flight179 GPAGender ICUAdmissions MiamiHeat MindsetMatters NFLScores2011 NutritionStudy RestaurantTips RetailSales SalaryGender SampCountries SandP500 SleepStudy SpeedDating StudentSurvey USStates WaterTaste Wetsuits
Typically changes involved the inclusion of additional variables with better encodings. Somtimes
variables are replaced. In the case of
CO2 the data set has been renamed
avoid a name collision with a data set in the
locket() function is only available in