# Dependencies in Dataset #3953

## Entries (observed variables)

No. | Name |
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01 | Timesec after midnight (UTC) in sec (UTC) |

02 | Absolute Humidity [g/m^3] |

03 | Angle of Attack [deg] |

04 | Angle of Sideslip [deg] |

05 | Height above Sea Level calculated from ADC data [m] |

06 | HP from ADC [m] |

07 | MC from ADC [Ma] |

08 | PS from ADC [hPa] |

09 | QC from ADC [hPa] |

10 | TAS from ADC [m/s] |

11 | TAT Temperature from ADC [K] |

12 | Dewpoint Temperature [K] |

13 | Potential Temperature using ADC [K] |

14 | Virtual Potential Temperature using ADC [K] |

15 | Virtual Temperature using ADC [K] |

16 | Wind Vector East Component using ADC [m/s] |

17 | Wind Vector North Component using ADC [m/s] |

18 | Wind Vector Vertical Component [m/s] |

19 | WA from IRS [deg+] |

20 | WS from IRS [m/s] |

21 | SAT Temperature from ADC [K] |

22 | Mass Mixing Ratio [g/kg] |

23 | Volume Mixing Ratio [micromol/mol] |

24 | Relative Humidity with Respect to Water [%] |

25 | IGI latitude position above WGS84 [deg] |

26 | IGI longitude position above WGS84 [deg] |

27 | IGI height above WGS84 ellipsoid [m] |

28 | IGI north south velocity [m/s] |

29 | IGI east west velocity [m/s] |

30 | IGI vertical velocity [m/s] |

31 | IGI roll angle [deg] |

32 | IGI pitch angle [deg] |

33 | IGI true heading [deg+] |

34 | IGI RMS value for position x [m] |

35 | IGI RMS value for position y [m] |

36 | IGI RMS value for position z [m] |

37 | IGI body roll rate [deg/s] |

38 | IGI body pitch rate [deg/s] |

39 | IGI body yaw rate [deg/s] |

40 | IGI body x-axis acceleration [m/s^2] |

41 | IGI body y-axis acceleration [m/s^2] |

42 | IGI body z-axis acceleration [m/s^2] |

43 | IGI vertical acceleration [m/s^2] |

44 | IGI actual track angle [deg+] |

45 | IGI ground speed [m/s] |

## Dependencies of the observed variables

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## Direction of relationships

Entry A | Entry B | |
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