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Research Article

How to Understand Belief Drift? Externalization of Variables Considering Different Background Knowledge

Table 1

An example of DJ and VLs.

ItemContent

Title of dataVegetable Production in Japan
Outline of data (OD)Vegetables are expensive in Japan compared with other countries. Therefore, the production of vegetables is significant for this country. This database records detailed information on the location, quantity, type, and time of vegetable production. Certain institutions could use the data to analyze factors that impact vegetable price and production. Methods could be created to reduce prices, or to profit from reasonably allocating production.
Variable Labels (VLs)“Location of producer,” “Selling prices,” “The type of vegetable,” “Weekly expenditure on vegetable production,” “Weekly (or even daily) production of each producer.”
Sharing PolicyUndecided
Formats of dataCSV
Types of data“Numerical values,” “Table,” “Text”
How to collect dataCollect from individual sellers in the local market, agricultural firms, and distributors.

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