R Dataset / Package Stat2Data / CancerSurvival

How To Create a Barplot

Webform
The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

How To Create a Stacked Barplot

Webform
The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

How To Create a Pie Chart

Webform
The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

How To Compute the Mean

Webform
The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

How To Create a Plot

Webform
The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

How to Compute the Median

Webform
The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Boxplot

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Correlation Coefficient

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Cumulative Frequency Histogram

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Dotplot

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Hollow Histogram

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Numerical Summaries

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Pie Chart

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Plot

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Regression

Stem and Leaf Plots

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.

Visual Summaries

The Drupal File ID of the selected dataset. The user may load another using the search bar on the operation's page.
Embed
<iframe src="https://embed.picostat.com/r-dataset-package-stat2data-cancersurvival.html" frameBorder="0" width="100%" height="307px" />
Attachment Size
dataset-89826.csv 870 bytes
Dataset License
GNU General Public License v2.0
Documentation License
GNU General Public License v2.0
Dataset Help

On this Picostat.com statistics page, you will find information about the CancerSurvival data set which pertains to CancerSurvival. The CancerSurvival data set is found in the Stat2Data R package. You can load the CancerSurvival data set in R by issuing the following command at the console data("CancerSurvival"). This will load the data into a variable called CancerSurvival. If R says the CancerSurvival data set is not found, you can try installing the package by issuing this command install.packages("Stat2Data") and then attempt to reload the data. If you need to download R, you can go to the R project website. You can download a CSV (comma separated values) version of the CancerSurvival R data set. The size of this file is about 870 bytes.

Documentation

CancerSurvival

Description

Cancer survival with ascorbate supplement

Format

A dataset with 64 observations on the following 2 variables.

Survival Survival time (in days)
Organ Breast, Bronchus, Colon, Ovary, or Stomach

Details

In the 1970's doctors wondered if giving terminal cancer patients a supplement of ascorbate would prolong their lives. They designed an experiment to compare cancer patients who received ascorbate to cancer patients who did not receive the supplement. The result of that experiment was that, in fact, ascorbate did seem to prolong the lives of these patients. But then a second question arose. Was the effect of the ascorbate different when different organs were affected by the cancer? The researchers took a second look at the data. This time they concentrated only on those patients who received the ascorbate and divided the data up by which organ was affected by the cancer. They had 5 different organs represented among the patients (all of whom only had one organ affected): Stomach, bronchus, colon, ovary, and breast.

Source

From the article "Supplemental Ascorbate in the Supportive Treatment of Cancer: Reevaluation of Prolongation of Survival Times in Terminal Human Cancer" by Ewan Cameron and Linus Pauling, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 75, No. 9 (Sep., 1978), pp. 4538-4542.

--

Dataset imported from https://www.r-project.org.

Recent Queries For This Dataset

No queries made on this dataset yet.