A health administrator wants to compare the number of unoccupied beds for three hospitals in the same city. The administrator randomly selects 11 different days from the records of each hospital and enters the number of unoccupied beds for each day.
This data can be used to demonstrate Kruskal-Wallis Test and other analyses that compare population medians.
|Beds||The number of unoccupied beds in the hospital for the day (response)|
|Hospital||The hospital identification number (factor)|