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Blood Sulfate in a Baboon Named Brunhilda

Keywords: nonlinear regression, linearizing transformation


Description

The observed responses are Geiger counter counts (times 10-4) used to measure the amount of radioactively tagged sulfate drug in the blood of a baboon named Brunhilda after an injection of the drug.


Variable Description

Hours Time in hours since injection
Sulfate Geiger counter counts  10-4

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Data File (tab-delimited text file)

Source

Jennrich, R. I., and Bright, P. B. (1976). Fitting systems of linear differential equations using computer generated exact derivatives. Technometrics 18, 385-392.
Jennrich, R. I. (1995). An Introduction to Computational Statistics. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Section 8.2.1.

Analysis

 

LOGSULFATE VS LOGHOURS (10445 bytes)

 


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