You can download all scripts and freely available data of the examples from Springer’s website as file

In general, only freely accessible data are used in all examples. In some cases, however, the data may not be provided by me (for reasons of copyright, for example). Then a source is given where you can download these data. In the optimal situation this is a persistent address (DOI, URN, etc.). If not, the availability of the data may change over time. Due to time reasons I can not document the last current address for all examples. But I try to list here the current address if I know about it.

If you know a more current address for the data of an example than in the book, please contact me.


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