Hello Everyone. I am done with my Guided Project: Visualizing Earnings Based On College Majors. Kindly review
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@chiddy158, add explanations to explain the findings you’ve got in the visualizations. Also explain your goal of doing the project and the conclusion/recommendation you’ve find in the project.
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You all are doing well. But I want to share some guidelines for guided or pet projects. Please try to follow the guideline.
Make proper documentation for your project .
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