Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)

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Bayesian palaeoclimate reconstruction, by J. Haslett, M. Whiley, S. Bhattacharya, M. Salter-Townshend, S. P. Wilson, J. R. M. Allen, B. Huntley and F. J. G. Mitchell, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, Statistics in Society, Volume 169 (2006), Part 3, pages 395–438.

The file 'dates.txt' (150 rows by 1 column) contains the 150 fossil radiocarbon dates.

The file 'fossil_data.txt' (150 rows by 15 columns) contains the pollen counts for the 14 taxa (plus total counts) in each row for 150 fossil dates.

The file 'modern_data.txt' (7815 rows by 16 columns) contains the GDD5 recorded value, the MTCO recorded value and the pollen counts for the 14 taxa in each row for 7815 modern sites or locations.

In 'fossil_data.txt' and 'modern_data.txt' the pollen counts are given for the taxa as follows; alnus, betula, corylus, pinus, quercus, ulmus, ericales, juniperus, cyperace, salix, artchen, graminea, picea and other.

J. Haslett

Department of Statistics

Trinity College Dublin

Dublin 2

Republic of Ireland

E-mail: John.Haslett@tcd.ie

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