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19 19 end
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  21 +compile '/data/' do
  22 + filter :kramdown
  23 + layout 'default'
  24 + filter :relativize_paths, :type => :css
  25 + filter :relativize_paths, :type => :html
  26 +end
  27 +
  28 +compile '/donnees/' do
  29 + filter :kramdown
  30 + layout 'default'
  31 + filter :relativize_paths, :type => :css
  32 + filter :relativize_paths, :type => :html
  33 +end
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22 36 filter :kramdown
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54 68 '/style.css'
55 69 end
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  71 +route '/data/' do
  72 + '/data/index.html'
  73 +end
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  75 +route '/donnees/' do
  76 + '/donnees/index.html'
  77 +end
  78 +
57 79 route '/Reprints/' do
58 80 '/Reprints/index.html'
59 81 end
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Le Quatrième Coin/The 4th-Corner
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +<H2>Le Quatri&egrave;me Coin/The 4th-Corner</H2>
  6 +
  7 +
  8 +<ADDRESS><A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">Pierre Legendre</A><BR>
  9 +May 1996<BR>
  10 +D&eacute;partement de sciences biologiques<BR>
  11 +Universit&eacute; de Montr&eacute;al<BR>
  12 +</ADDRESS>
  13 +
  14 +The 4th-corner method, which was presented at the NT-95 meeting, offers a way of
  15 +analyzing relationships between the supplementary variables associated with the
  16 +rows and columns of a binary (presence-absence) data table (<a href="#ref">Legendre <I>et al.</I>, 1997</a>). The problem which motivated the development of the method is the
  17 +following: How does one relate the biological and behavioral characteristics of
  18 +animals (matrix <B>B</B>) to habitat characteristics of the locations at which they are
  19 +found (matrix <B>C</B>), given the distribution of animals across sampling sites
  20 +(matrix <B>A</B>)? Statistical parameters in matrix <B>D</B> are estimated by the following
  21 +matrix operation: <B>D</B> = <B>C</B> <B>A</B>' <B>B</B>. They are tested for significance using a permutation procedure. Random permutations of matrix <B>A</B> can be obtained under four different permutational models.
  22 +Documents available for distribution include:
  23 +
  24 +<UL>
  25 + <LI><b><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">Macintosh version</a> </b>
  26 + <UL>
  27 + <LI><a href="../../en/fortran.html">Fortran</a> source code
  28 + <LI>Compiled versions of the program for Macintosh computers using 680x0, 680x0 + FPU, or PowerPC processor
  29 + <LI>Program documentation, in Word 5 (Macintosh)
  30 + <LI>A folder containing three ASCII files, called A1, B1 and C1, corresponding to Example 1 of the documentation
  31 + </UL>
  32 + <P>
  33 + For the researcher with a huge dataset, we have <a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">compiled a version</a> (PowerMacintosh only) that can accomodate 550 species, 800 stations and 50 behavioral / habitat characteristics. The usual program limits are 300, 30 and 30 respectively. This bigger version requires about 15 megabytes of RAM to function, it will not work in less. So if you have a smaller problem, please use the regular version above.
  34 +
  35 + <LI><b><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">DOS/Text-only version</a> </b>
  36 + <UL>
  37 + <LI><a href="../../en/fortran.html">Fortran</a> source code.
  38 + <LI>16- and 32-bit compiled versions of the program for DOS computers
  39 + <LI>Program documentation, in Word for Windows 2
  40 + <LI>A folder containing three ASCII files, called A1, B1 and C1, corresponding to Example 1 of the documentation
  41 + </UL>
  42 +
  43 + <LI><b><a name="data"></a><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">Download the Tiahura transect fish data set</a> </b>
  44 + Text files of the data used in the journal article below
  45 +</UL>
  46 +
  47 +The program documentation files have been designed to be printed in either US Letter or A4 formats.
  48 +
  49 +<a name="ref">Reference:</a><BR>
  50 +
  51 +<blockquote>
  52 +Legendre, P., R. Galzin & M. L. Harmelin-Vivien. 1997. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/4th-corner_paper.pdf">Relating behavior to habitat: solutions to the fourth-corner problem</a>. <i>Ecology</i> <b>78</b>: 547-562.
  53 +</blockquote>
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Available datasets
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +* <a href="scotch.html">Scotch Whiskies classification data</a>, as described in:
  6 +
  7 + Lapointe, F.-J. & P. Legendre. 1994. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/Appl Stat 43, 1994.pdf">A classification of pure malt Scotch whiskies</a>. <i>Applied Statistics</i> <b>43</b>: 237-257.
  8 +
  9 +* <a href="oribates.html">Oribatid mites data</a>, as described in:
  10 +
  11 + Borcard, D., <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</a> and P. Drapeau. 1992. Partialling out the spatial component of ecological variation. <em>Ecology</em> <strong>73</strong>: 1045-1055.
  12 +
  13 + Borcard, D. and <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</a>. 1994. Environmental control and spatial structure in ecological communities: an example using Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatei). <em>Environmental and Ecological Statistics</em> <strong>1</strong>: 37-53.
  14 +
  15 +* <a href="4th_corner.html#data">Thiahura Fish Transect data</a>, as described in:
  16 +
  17 + Legendre, P., R. Galzin & M. L. Harmelin-Vivien. 1997. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/4th-corner_paper.pdf">Relating behavior to habitat: solutions to the fourth-corner problem</a>. <i>Ecology</i> <b>78</b>: 547-562.
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Oribatid mite data set
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +<h2>Description of the Oribatid mite data set</h2>
  6 +
  7 +<b><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#Oribatidmitedataset">Download the Oribatid mite data set</a> </b>
  8 +<p>
  9 +This data set contains 3 files. Data on a line are separated by tabs.
  10 +<p>
  11 +1) Oribatida: 35 species (rows) x 70 sites (columns).
  12 +<br>
  13 +2) Coord.xy: 70 sites (rows) x 2 coordinates, in m, in Cartesian plane (columns).
  14 +<br>
  15 +3) Environ: 70 sites (rows) x 5 environmental variables (columns):
  16 +<p>
  17 +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  18 + Substrate (nominal variable):
  19 +<OL TYPE=1 START="1">
  20 + <LI> Sphagnum group 1
  21 + <LI> Sphagnum group 2
  22 + <LI> Sphagnum group 3
  23 + <LI> Sphagnum group 4
  24 + <LI> Litter
  25 + <LI> Bare peat
  26 + <LI> Interfaces between any of the previous
  27 +</OL>
  28 +
  29 + Shrubs (nominal variable):
  30 +<OL TYPE=1 START="1">
  31 + <LI> None
  32 + <LI> A few
  33 + <LI> Many
  34 +</OL>
  35 +
  36 + Microtopography of the substratum (binary variable):
  37 +<OL TYPE=1 START="1"> <LI> Blanket (flat)
  38 + <LI> Hummock (raised)
  39 +</OL>
  40 +
  41 + Substratum density in g.L<sup><small>-1</small></sup> of dry uncompressed matter (quantitative variable)
  42 +
  43 + Water content of the substratum, in g.L<sup><small>-1</small></sup> (quantitative variable)
  44 +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  45 +
  46 +Please refer to the following papers if you use or refer to this data set in
  47 +a thesis or a scientific publication:
  48 +
  49 +<ul>
  50 +<li>Borcard, D., <A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</A> and P. Drapeau. 1992. Partialling out the spatial
  51 +component of ecological variation. <EM>Ecology</EM> <STRONG>73</STRONG>: 1045-1055.
  52 +<p>
  53 +<li>Borcard, D. and <A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</A>. 1994. Environmental control and spatial structure
  54 +in ecological communities: an example using Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatei).
  55 +<EM>Environmental and Ecological Statistics</EM> <STRONG>1</STRONG>: 37-53.
  56 +</ul>
  57 +<ADDRESS>
  58 +<A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">Pierre Legendre</A><br>
  59 +<a href="http://biol09.biol.umontreal.ca/borcardd/">Daniel Borcard</a><br>
  60 +June 1996
  61 +</ADDRESS>
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Scotch Whiskies Data
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +<H2>Scotch Whiskies Data</H2>
  6 +
  7 +<small>
  8 +<A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">Pierre Legendre</A><BR>
  9 +<A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/Biologie/PROFS/LAPOINTE/">F.-J. Lapointe</A><BR>
  10 +May 1996<BR>
  11 +D&eacute;partement de sciences biologiques<BR>
  12 +Universit&eacute; de Montr&eacute;al<BR>
  13 +</small>
  14 +<p>
  15 +Dear lover of Scotch whiskies and numerical data analysis,
  16 +<p>
  17 +Here are the Scotch whisky data (109 distilleries) used in the following paper:
  18 +<blockquote>
  19 +Lapointe, F.-J. & P. Legendre. 1994. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/Appl Stat 43, 1994.pdf">A classification of pure malt Scotch whiskies</a>. <i>Applied Statistics</i> <b>43</b>: 237-257.
  20 +</blockquote>
  21 +<p>
  22 +There are 5 data sets: color, nose, body, palate, and finish. The binary (0-1) descriptors are in the same order as on p. 239 of the paper. In any case, they are all assembled (with identifiers) in an Excel data base, also included.
  23 +<p>
  24 +We also send you the list of geographic coordinates of the distilleries, given as decimal degrees: longitude WEST, followed by latitude NORTH. In Scotland, one degree north is about 1.87 times as long as one degree west.
  25 +To be complete, We are also including a matrix of geographic distances among distilleries, already computed and written out as an ASCII file.
  26 +<p>
  27 +There are two whiskies in the classification from the Springbank distillery. One pertains to the Islay group, the other to the Western group.
  28 +<p>
  29 +Please let us know of the analysis you have performed, especially if you intend on publishing them.
  30 +
  31 +<H3>
  32 +Documents available for distribution include:
  33 +</H3>
  34 +<UL>
  35 + <LI><H4><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#ScotchWhiskiesData">Macintosh files</a> </H4>
  36 + <UL>
  37 + <LI>body(109x8) -- <EM>Body variable (109x8)</EM>
  38 + <LI>color(109x14) -- <EM>Color variable (109x14)</EM>
  39 + <LI>Dist geo./Scotch -- <EM>Geographic distance between distilleries (109x109)</EM>
  40 + <LI>Distillery coordinates
  41 + <LI>finish(109x19) -- <EM>Finish variable (109x19)</EM>
  42 + <LI>nose(109x12) -- <EM>Nose variable (109x12)</EM>
  43 + <LI>palate(109x15) -- <EM>Palate variable (109x15)</EM>
  44 + <LI>ReadMe-Scotch Data -- <EM>This file</EM>
  45 + <LI>Regions (109x3) 1 col. -- <EM>Regions variable, coded 1-2-3 (109x1)</EM>
  46 + <LI>Scotch (109x68) -- <EM>All the variables (109x68)</EM>
  47 + <LI>Scotch/XL3.0 -- <EM>Excel file of all the variables, including headers</EM>
  48 + </UL>
  49 + <P>
  50 + <LI><H4><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#ScotchWhiskiesData">DOS files</a> </H4>
  51 + <UL>
  52 + <LI>BODY.TXT -- <EM>Body variable (109x8)</EM>
  53 + <LI>COLOR.TXT -- <EM>Color variable (109x14)</EM>
  54 + <LI>DIST-GEO.TXT -- <EM>Geographic distance between distilleries (109x109)</EM>
  55 + <LI>DISTCOOR.TXT -- <EM>Distillery coordinates</EM>
  56 + <LI>FINISH.TXT -- <EM>Finish variable (109x19)</EM>
  57 + <LI>NOSSE.TXT -- <EM>Nose variable (109x12)</EM>
  58 + <LI>PALATE.TXT -- <EM>Palate variable (109x15)</EM>
  59 + <LI>README.TXT -- <EM>This file</EM>
  60 + <LI>REGIONS.TXT -- <EM>Regions variable, coded 1-2-3 (109x1)</EM>
  61 + <LI>SCOTCH.TXT -- <EM>All the variables (109x68)</EM>
  62 + <LI>SCOTCH.XLS -- <EM>Excel file (Mac version 3.0) of all the variables, including headers</EM>
  63 + </UL>
  64 +</UL>
53 content/donnees/4th_corner.html
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Le Quatri&egrave;me Coin/The 4th-Corner
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +<H2>Le Quatri&egrave;me Coin/The 4th-Corner</H2>
  6 +
  7 +
  8 +<ADDRESS><A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">Pierre Legendre</A><BR>
  9 +May 1996<BR>
  10 +D&eacute;partement de sciences biologiques<BR>
  11 +Universit&eacute; de Montr&eacute;al<BR>
  12 +</ADDRESS>
  13 +
  14 +The 4th-corner method, which was presented at the NT-95 meeting, offers a way of
  15 +analyzing relationships between the supplementary variables associated with the
  16 +rows and columns of a binary (presence-absence) data table (<a href="#ref">Legendre <I>et al.</I>, 1997</a>). The problem which motivated the development of the method is the
  17 +following: How does one relate the biological and behavioral characteristics of
  18 +animals (matrix <B>B</B>) to habitat characteristics of the locations at which they are
  19 +found (matrix <B>C</B>), given the distribution of animals across sampling sites
  20 +(matrix <B>A</B>)? Statistical parameters in matrix <B>D</B> are estimated by the following
  21 +matrix operation: <B>D</B> = <B>C</B> <B>A</B>' <B>B</B>. They are tested for significance using a permutation procedure. Random permutations of matrix <B>A</B> can be obtained under four different permutational models.
  22 +Documents available for distribution include:
  23 +
  24 +<UL>
  25 + <LI><b><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">Macintosh version</a> </b>
  26 + <UL>
  27 + <LI><a href="../../en/fortran.html">Fortran</a> source code
  28 + <LI>Compiled versions of the program for Macintosh computers using 680x0, 680x0 + FPU, or PowerPC processor
  29 + <LI>Program documentation, in Word 5 (Macintosh)
  30 + <LI>A folder containing three ASCII files, called A1, B1 and C1, corresponding to Example 1 of the documentation
  31 + </UL>
  32 + <P>
  33 + For the researcher with a huge dataset, we have <a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">compiled a version</a> (PowerMacintosh only) that can accomodate 550 species, 800 stations and 50 behavioral / habitat characteristics. The usual program limits are 300, 30 and 30 respectively. This bigger version requires about 15 megabytes of RAM to function, it will not work in less. So if you have a smaller problem, please use the regular version above.
  34 +
  35 + <LI><b><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">DOS/Text-only version</a> </b>
  36 + <UL>
  37 + <LI><a href="../../en/fortran.html">Fortran</a> source code.
  38 + <LI>16- and 32-bit compiled versions of the program for DOS computers
  39 + <LI>Program documentation, in Word for Windows 2
  40 + <LI>A folder containing three ASCII files, called A1, B1 and C1, corresponding to Example 1 of the documentation
  41 + </UL>
  42 +
  43 + <LI><b><a name="data"></a><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#The4thCorner">Download the Tiahura transect fish data set</a> </b>
  44 + Text files of the data used in the journal article below
  45 +</UL>
  46 +
  47 +The program documentation files have been designed to be printed in either US Letter or A4 formats.
  48 +
  49 +<a name="ref">Reference:</a><BR>
  50 +
  51 +<blockquote>
  52 +Legendre, P., R. Galzin & M. L. Harmelin-Vivien. 1997. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/4th-corner_paper.pdf">Relating behavior to habitat: solutions to the fourth-corner problem</a>. <i>Ecology</i> <b>78</b>: 547-562.
  53 +</blockquote>
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Jeux de donn&eacute;es disponibles
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +* <A HREF="scotch.html">Donn&eacute;es de classification des Scotch whiskies</A>, telles qu'utilis&eacute;es par:
  6 +
  7 + Lapointe, F.-J. & P. Legendre. 1994. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/Appl Stat 43, 1994.pdf">A classification of pure malt Scotch whiskies</a>. <i>Applied Statistics</i> <b>43</b>: 237-257.
  8 +
  9 +* <A HREF="oribates.html">Donn&eacute;es sur les Oribates</A>, telles que d&eacute;crites dans:
  10 +
  11 + Borcard, D., <A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</A> and P. Drapeau. 1992. Partialling out the spatial component of ecological variation. <EM>Ecology</EM> <STRONG>73</STRONG>: 1045-1055.
  12 +
  13 + Borcard, D. and <A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</A>. 1994. Environmental control and spatial structure in ecological communities: an example using Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatei). <EM>Environmental and Ecological Statistics</EM> <STRONG>1</STRONG>: 37-53.
  14 +
  15 +* <A HREF="4th_corner.html#data">Les poissons du transect de Tiahura</A>, utilis&eacute;s par:
  16 +
  17 + Legendre, P., R. Galzin & M. L. Harmelin-Vivien. 1997. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/4th-corner_paper.pdf">Relating behavior to habitat: solutions to the fourth-corner problem</a>. <i>Ecology</i> <b>78</b>: 547-562.
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Jeu de donn&eacute;es Oribates
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +<h2>Jeu de donn&eacute;es Oribates</h2>
  6 +
  7 +<ul>
  8 + <li> <a href="../../fr/telecharger/index.html#JeudedonnesAcariensOribates">Format Macintosh</a> compress&eacute; avec zip
  9 + <li> <a href="../../fr/telecharger/index.html#JeudedonnesAcariensOribates">Format DOS</a> compress&eacute; avec zip
  10 +</ul>
  11 +
  12 +Ce jeu de donn&eacute;es comprend 3 fichiers. Sur chaque ligne les donn&eacute;es sont s&eacute;par&eacute;es par des tabulateurs.
  13 +<p>
  14 +1) Oribatida: 35 esp&egrave;ces (lignes) x 70 &eacute;l&eacute;ments d&#8217;&eacute;chantillonnage (colonnes).
  15 +Les &eacute;l&eacute;ments d&#8217;&eacute;chantillonnage sont des carottes de sol de 5 cm de diam&egrave;tre et 10 cm de profondeur, appel&eacute;s ci-apr&egrave;s "carottes".
  16 +<br>
  17 +2) Coord.xy: 70 carottes (lignes) x 2 coordonn&eacute;es (colonnes), en m&egrave;tres, dans un plan cart&eacute;sien.
  18 +<br>
  19 +3) Environ.: 70 carottes (lignes) x 5 variables environnementales (colonnes):
  20 +<p>
  21 +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  22 +Substrat (variable nominale):
  23 +<OL TYPE=1 START="1">
  24 + <LI>Sphaignes, groupe d&#8217;esp&egrave;ces 1
  25 + <LI>Sphaignes, groupe d&#8217;esp&egrave;ces 2
  26 + <LI>Sphaignes, groupe d&#8217;esp&egrave;ces 3 <LI>Sphaignes, groupe d&#8217;esp&egrave;ces 4
  27 + <LI>Liti&egrave;re
  28 + <LI>Tourbe nue
  29 + <LI>Interfaces entre deux des groupes pr&eacute;c&eacute;dents
  30 +</OL>
  31 +
  32 +Buissons (variable nominale):
  33 +<OL TYPE=1 START="1">
  34 + <LI>Aucun
  35 + <LI>Peu
  36 + <LI>Beaucoup
  37 +</OL>
  38 +
  39 +Microtopographie du substrat:
  40 +<OL TYPE=1 START="1">
  41 + <LI>Replat
  42 + <LI>Butte
  43 +</OL>
  44 +
  45 +Densit&eacute; du substrat en g.L<sup><small>-1</small></sup> de mati&egrave;re s&egrave;che non comprim&eacute;e (variable quantitative)
  46 +<p>
  47 +Contenu en eau du substrat en g.L<sup><small>-1</small></sup> (variable quantitative)
  48 +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  49 +
  50 +
  51 +Si vous utilisez ou faites r&eacute;f&eacute;rence &agrave; ce jeu de donn&eacute;es dans une th&egrave;se ou une publication scientifique, veuillez s.v.p. citer les articles suivants:
  52 +<ul>
  53 +<li>Borcard, D., <A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</A> and P. Drapeau. 1992. Partialling out the spatial
  54 +component of ecological variation. <EM>Ecology</EM> <STRONG>73</STRONG>: 1045-1055.
  55 +<p>
  56 +<li>Borcard, D. and <A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">P. Legendre</A>. 1994. Environmental control and spatial structure
  57 +in ecological communities: an example using Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatei).
  58 +<EM>Environmental and Ecological Statistics</EM> <STRONG>1</STRONG>: 37-53.
  59 +</ul>
  60 +<ADDRESS>
  61 +<A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">Pierre Legendre</A><br>
  62 +Daniel Borcard<br>
  63 +Juin 1996
  64 +</ADDRESS>
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  1 +---
  2 +title: Scotch Whiskies Data
  3 +---
  4 +
  5 +<H2>Scotch Whiskies Data</H2>
  6 +
  7 +<small>
  8 +<A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/">Pierre Legendre</A><BR>
  9 +<A HREF="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/Biologie/PROFS/LAPOINTE/">F.-J. Lapointe</A><BR>
  10 +May 1996<BR>
  11 +D&eacute;partement de sciences biologiques<BR>
  12 +Universit&eacute; de Montr&eacute;al<BR>
  13 +</small>
  14 +<p>
  15 +Dear lover of Scotch whiskies and numerical data analysis,
  16 +<p>
  17 +Here are the Scotch whisky data (109 distilleries) used in the following paper:
  18 +<blockquote>
  19 +Lapointe, F.-J. & P. Legendre. 1994. <a href="http://www.bio.umontreal.ca/legendre/reprints/Appl Stat 43, 1994.pdf">A classification of pure malt Scotch whiskies</a>. <i>Applied Statistics</i> <b>43</b>: 237-257.
  20 +</blockquote>
  21 +<p>
  22 +There are 5 data sets: color, nose, body, palate, and finish. The binary (0-1) descriptors are in the same order as on p. 239 of the paper. In any case, they are all assembled (with identifiers) in an Excel data base, also included.
  23 +<p>
  24 +We also send you the list of geographic coordinates of the distilleries, given as decimal degrees: longitude WEST, followed by latitude NORTH. In Scotland, one degree north is about 1.87 times as long as one degree west.
  25 +To be complete, We are also including a matrix of geographic distances among distilleries, already computed and written out as an ASCII file.
  26 +<p>
  27 +There are two whiskies in the classification from the Springbank distillery. One pertains to the Islay group, the other to the Western group.
  28 +<p>
  29 +Please let us know of the analysis you have performed, especially if you intend on publishing them.
  30 +
  31 +<H3>
  32 +Documents available for distribution include:
  33 +</H3>
  34 +<UL>
  35 + <LI><H4><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#ScotchWhiskiesData">Macintosh files</a> </H4>
  36 + <UL>
  37 + <LI>body(109x8) -- <EM>Body variable (109x8)</EM>
  38 + <LI>color(109x14) -- <EM>Color variable (109x14)</EM>
  39 + <LI>Dist geo./Scotch -- <EM>Geographic distance between distilleries (109x109)</EM>
  40 + <LI>Distillery coordinates
  41 + <LI>finish(109x19) -- <EM>Finish variable (109x19)</EM>
  42 + <LI>nose(109x12) -- <EM>Nose variable (109x12)</EM>
  43 + <LI>palate(109x15) -- <EM>Palate variable (109x15)</EM>
  44 + <LI>ReadMe-Scotch Data -- <EM>This file</EM>
  45 + <LI>Regions (109x3) 1 col. -- <EM>Regions variable, coded 1-2-3 (109x1)</EM>
  46 + <LI>Scotch (109x68) -- <EM>All the variables (109x68)</EM>
  47 + <LI>Scotch/XL3.0 -- <EM>Excel file of all the variables, including headers</EM>
  48 + </UL>
  49 + <P>
  50 + <LI><H4><a href="../../en/telecharger/index.html#ScotchWhiskiesData">DOS files</a> </H4>
  51 + <UL>
  52 + <LI>BODY.TXT -- <EM>Body variable (109x8)</EM>
  53 + <LI>COLOR.TXT -- <EM>Color variable (109x14)</EM>
  54 + <LI>DIST-GEO.TXT -- <EM>Geographic distance between distilleries (109x109)</EM>
  55 + <LI>DISTCOOR.TXT -- <EM>Distillery coordinates</EM>
  56 + <LI>FINISH.TXT -- <EM>Finish variable (109x19)</EM>
  57 + <LI>NOSSE.TXT -- <EM>Nose variable (109x12)</EM>
  58 + <LI>PALATE.TXT -- <EM>Palate variable (109x15)</EM>
  59 + <LI>README.TXT -- <EM>This file</EM>
  60 + <LI>REGIONS.TXT -- <EM>Regions variable, coded 1-2-3 (109x1)</EM>
  61 + <LI>SCOTCH.TXT -- <EM>All the variables (109x68)</EM>
  62 + <LI>SCOTCH.XLS -- <EM>Excel file (Mac version 3.0) of all the variables, including headers</EM>
  63 + </UL>
  64 +</UL>
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