The bankruptcy data is discussed in our JASA paper.
The baseball data is from here.
It has no particular significance, except I was discussing it in class
when I wrote this page.
The Hadamard data set (simulated) is motivated by Manfred's paper, Leaving the
span. He argues that linear methods can't find the fit here. So
if our code find it, we must be non-linear! (We search the space of
linear models, but our method is clearly non-linear.)
If you want the code, please
email either Bob or Dean. We will try to keep a .tgz file on line and upto date, but it is
best to email for a fresh copy.
This page grabs the file
Then a perl script reads the file and passes it to the C++ code
(that runs in background)
All output for this run is saved in a unique directory under this directory.