\name{growth}
\alias{growth}
\title{
Berkeley Growth Study data
}
\description{
A list containing the heights of 39 boys and 54 girls from age 1 to 18
and the ages at which they were collected.
}
\format{
This list contains the following components:
\describe{
\item{hgtm}{
a 31 by 39 numeric matrix giving the heights in centimeters of
39 boys at 31 ages.
}
\item{hgtf}{
a 31 by 54 numeric matrix giving the heights in centimeters of
54 girls at 31 ages.
}
\item{age}{
a numeric vector of length 31 giving the ages at which the
heights were measured.
}
}
}
\details{
The ages are not equally spaced.
}
\source{
Ramsay, James O., and Silverman, Bernard W. (2006), \emph{Functional
Data Analysis, 2nd ed.}, Springer, New York.
Ramsay, James O., and Silverman, Bernard W. (2002), \emph{Applied
Functional Data Analysis}, Springer, New York, ch. 6.
Tuddenham, R. D., and Snyder, M. M. (1954) "Physical growth of
California boys and girls from birth to age 18", \emph{University of
California Publications in Child Development}, 1, 183-364.
}
%\seealso{\code{\link{eval.penalty}}}
\examples{
with(growth, matplot(age, hgtf[, 1:10], type="b"))
}
% docclass is function
\keyword{datasets}