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The means and correlation structures of four basic tastes data for Japanese and Chinese men and women, are compared. Tasting data were measured by a filter paper disk method, and recorded as missing values when subjects were not able to recognize a highest concentration of a taste substance solution. The missing values are recorded as counts, so the tasting data is expressed as censored data. A few statistics, i.e. mean vectors, variance-covariance matirices, and correlation matirices, aredoi:10.5691/jjb.30.55 fatcat:s2gxiiii5bb5lf27kdpd327wgi