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Would somebody be able to recommend a data set that I could use that meets
the following criteria.

It needs to be suitable for clustering and contain both categorical and
continuous variables with missing values in some variables. It would also
be good if there were some commonly agreed classification as with Fisher's
Iris data.

Thanks.



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  Lyn Hunt                       Phone:  64 7 838 4466 ext 8338
  Department of Statistics,      Fax:      64 7 838 4155
  University of Waikato,
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  Hamilton, New Zealand.
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