Three-way data sets
Analysed in: P. M. Kroonenberg, Applied multiway data analysis. Hoboken NJ: Wiley
- Aerosol particles in Austria (Puxbaum, Stanimirova)
- Diseased blue crabs in the US (Gemperline)
- Chromatography (Spanjer)
- Coping Dutch primary school children (Röder)
- Dutch hospitals as organisations (Lammers)
- Electronic industries (OECD, D'Ambra)
- Girls' growth curves between 5 and 15 (Sempé)
- Happiness, siblings and schooling (Davis)
- Multiple personalities: Eve White, Eve Black and Jane (Osgood & Luria)
- Parental behaviour in Japan (Murakami)
- Peer play and a new sibling (Kramer)
- Structure of the preludes of Chopin (Murakami)
- Dutch children in the Strange Situations (Van IJzendoorn)
- University positions and academics (Ceulemans)
Other three-way data sets
- Bus Learning-to-Read data.
- Basford Soybean data.
- Cantons Languedoc-Rousillon census data.
- Hayashi's growth curve data of Japanese girls.
- Meyer-Bendig-McDonald data and Bentler's Peer and Self-report data
Scripts for analyses with SAS/CALIS provided (description adapted from SAS/CALIS Website.
[Description, Data and SAS scripts]
- Newcomb/Nordlie Interpersonal Attraction data. Provisional; needs further
- Parker & Fleishman complex tracking data: Trials.
[Data: Original covariance matrix] [Data:
Smoothed nonsingular covariance] [Description]
- Van den Boom Irritable babies data.
- World-wide Cancer mortality data.
[Description and Data]
If you would like to contribute data (including their description), either on this site of The Three-Mode Company, or via a link to your own site, please contact Pieter Kroonenberg: (kroonenb at fsw.leidenuniv.nl).
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