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Analysis of the Effect of Wind Direction on Ozone Level
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of the Effect of Wind Direction on Ozone Level
Na, Jong-Hwa; Sung, Su-Jin; Yu, Hye-Kyung;
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 Abstract
In this paper we analyze the effect of circular variables such as wind direction, time and month on the ozone level. In particular, we examined the effect of wind direction by exploratory data analysis methods and provide the correlation and regression analyzes in the cases including all circular explanatory variables. In the analysis, we convert time and month variables to circular variables and analyze the effect of these variables on regression analysis; in addition, we also consider circular-circular regression. We used weather condition and air pollution data collected from Dongdaemoon district of Seoul in 2007.
 Keywords
Circular data;circular-linear regression;circular-circular regression;ozone level;
 Language
Korean
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