FAQ: The Data Analyst Process - Communicating Findings

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Hit me please with examples of questions that you came up with by looking at the simple graphs in this exercise. I couldn’t think of any, except for the basic ones in the exercise itself.

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Is there supposed to be a typo with Title 3? Titles 1 and 2 both include “Date-an-Analyst”, but Title 3 is “Data-an-Analyst”.

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Noticed the same here as I was working through this lesson today (April 18, 2021).

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It might be interesting to check for correlation among age, education, and population. We may likely discover that age has clustering around education level (people tend to get their undergrad degree in their early 20’s) , and that education level is correlated with population (urban areas tend to have more college grads).

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There wasn’t output in the terminal window after I added findings although the code was correct… :thinking:

Same here, added the print statements correctly but no output in the terminal…

Me three. I didn’t have an output. I wondered if I went astray somehow. I checked my answers and I still don’t think it was me.

Having the same issue, not sure what is supposed to happen?

I realised that the findings we specify as a “print” are displayed in the black area under the code - not on the right hand side with the graphs - (I had previously dragged it all the way down and therefore could not see it)

Some questions that I came up with regarding the plots were, what is the mode (most common) age of rural and urban users? Also, how many urban and rural users are there?

My code is correct to do the color change to “g” and palette=“viridis”. It checks green like it’s correct but stating there’s a syntax error, and the colors aren’t changing in the graphs.

I got this too. It’s stupid but try switching between single quotes and double quotes. See what works