The AMRL Anthropometric Data Bank Library. Volume V. U.S. Correlations.
AIR FORCE AEROSPACE MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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Correlation matrices based on data from USAF anthropometric surveys of women 1968, 127 variables, flying personnel 1950, 128 variables 1967, 190 variables, and basic trainees 1965, 161 variables a U.S. Army survey of women separatees 1946, 60 variables the Health Examination Survey of civilian adults 1960-1962, 18 variables and a survey of law enforcement officers 1974, 23 measurements are presented for use by engineers who need them in solving design problems and for anthropologists and statisticians whose analyses and understanding of the interrelationships of body size data depend significantly on these coefficients. Sample sizes in these surveys ranged from almost 2000 upward. Sample means and standard deviations are presented for all variables involved. The contents of this tape are also described in the report, Intercorrelations of Anthropometric Measurements A Source Book for USA Data, Churchill, E., P. Kikta, and T. Churchill, AMRL-TR-77-2 AD-A058 616, Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories, WPAFB OH, May 1978. Complete data from the four USAF surveys are described in the AMRL Anthropometric Data Bank Library, Volumes I-V, Churchill, E., P. Kikta, and T. Churchill, AMRL-TR-77-1 AD-A047 314, Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories, WPAFB OH, October 1977, and on magnetic computer tapes available from NTIS. AD numbers for these tapes are 1968 AD- A056 154AS, 1967 AD-A056 155AS, 1965 AD-A056 156AS, and 1950 AD-A056 157AS. Author
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