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Problem Summary and Presentation1:07 with Ken Alger
We have covered a lot of ground in this course.
From irises in Oregon to geysers in Wyoming.
And in terms of data visualization too.
I've updated the image we just finished to remove the histogram.
Let's take a look at our final report.
[SOUND] I sent Steve our summary report for his photo excursion.
He was super excited.
He can tell that he'll typically have about four minutes to take pictures of
an eruption, and he'll generally have to wait about 80 minutes between events.
For the short videos, the scatter plot shows that he should be looking for
opportunities in which the eruptions occur more frequently.
Conversely, the longer the time between eruptions,
the longer the next event will generally last.
Steve is excited to take this information and put it to use on his trip.
I'm excited to hear about how you are exploring data and
putting it to use in your decision making process.
Let your fellow Treehouse students know by leaving a post in the forum about your
data viz effort, or reach out to me on Twitter to share your work.
Until next time, happy coding.
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