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Hierarchical Clustering to Determine the Toxicity Levels of Factory Workers
Sri Lankan Journal of Applied Statistics
Miners, explorers, energy station workers, artisans, factory workers, school pupils and even mere roadside pedestrians and hawkers are exposed to one harmful chemical element or the other. These may be solid, liquid or gaseous in their natural states. A prudent individual will obviously want to determine the pollutants he/she is often exposed to in the course of executing his/her routine daily activities and check, amongst other things, his/her degree of exposure, the resultant toxicity leveldoi:10.4038/sljastats.v20i1.8004 fatcat:yx4w3gtgy5crvcpzspvutky4pe