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Problem Summary and Presentation1:07 with Ken Alger
We have covered a lot of ground in this course. 0:00 From irises in Oregon to geysers in Wyoming. 0:02 And in terms of data visualization too. 0:06 I've updated the image we just finished to remove the histogram. 0:09 Let's take a look at our final report. 0:12 [SOUND] I sent Steve our summary report for his photo excursion. 0:14 He was super excited. 0:24 He can tell that he'll typically have about four minutes to take pictures of 0:26 an eruption, and he'll generally have to wait about 80 minutes between events. 0:29 For the short videos, the scatter plot shows that he should be looking for 0:34 opportunities in which the eruptions occur more frequently. 0:37 Conversely, the longer the time between eruptions, 0:41 the longer the next event will generally last. 0:44 Steve is excited to take this information and put it to use on his trip. 0:47 I'm excited to hear about how you are exploring data and 0:51 putting it to use in your decision making process. 0:54 Let your fellow Treehouse students know by leaving a post in the forum about your 0:58 data viz effort, or reach out to me on Twitter to share your work. 1:01 Until next time, happy coding. 1:05
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