ptitanic

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Titanic data with passenger names and other details removed.

Titanic data with passenger names and other details removed.

Keywords
datasets
Format

A data frame with 1046 observations on 6 variables.

pclass passenger class, unordered factor: 1st 2nd 3rd
survived factor: died or survived
sex unordered factor: male female
age age in years, min 0.167 max 80.0
sibsp number of siblings or spouses aboard, integer: 0...8
parch number of parents or children aboard, integer: 0...6

Aliases
  • ptitanic
Examples
# NOT RUN {
data(ptitanic)
summary(ptitanic)

# survival rate was greater for females
rpart.rules(rpart(survived ~ sex, data = ptitanic))

# survival rate was greater for higher classes
rpart.rules(rpart(survived ~ pclass, data = ptitanic))

# survival rate was greater for children
rpart.rules(rpart(survived ~ age, data = ptitanic))

# main indicator of missing data is 3rd class esp. with many children
obs.with.nas <- rowSums(is.na(ptitanic)) > 0
rpart.rules(rpart(obs.with.nas ~ ., data = ptitanic, method = "class"))

# }
Documentation reproduced from package rpart.plot, version 3.0.7, License: GPL-3

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