Pretty Presentation? Exploring Heavy Traffic Indicators Using Data Visualizations

Greetings fellow DQuest community members!

I am interested in feedback on the presentation quality of this project.

I employed a structure:

Header - Focus of the Analysis
Subheader - Step in the Analysis
Text about executing the step and the resulting information
Code to execute the Step
Output of the Step

Please let me know if you found this structure appropriate and clear.

Many thanks!!

Click here for the mission description.

2.2 Guided Project - I-94 Traffic Indicators.ipynb (361.4 KB)

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First of all great job on finishing this project, It was a hard one !! The presentation is great. I like how you used bool_night = ~bool_day which is really smart and never occurred to me!

As of the presentation you might want to check the following points:

  • The conclusion Should be written at the end of the notebook and not after the introduction.
  • Using print(dataset.head()) generates the table in an unorganized way, it is better to use dataset.head() directly as it generates a good looking table. You will need to write the df.head(), df.tail() and df.info() each on a separate cell so they can all get printed.
  • Some figures are missing titles or x/y labels.
  • Try using a multilevel headers more. For example instead of this

Daytime Traffic Volume - Business Days vs. Weekends

Visualize Data - Plot Grid of Hourly Traffic Volume Comparison



You can use this

Daytime Traffic Volume - Business Days vs. Weekends

Visualize Data - Plot Grid of Hourly Traffic Volume Comparison



Good luck with the rest of your journey :heart:

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Hello @YoussefAlaaEtman,

Thank you very much for taking the time to review my project and send me your feedback.

I didn’t realize the difference between displaying the head() out and using print(head()) and will call the methods on different lines moving forward. Thank you for pointing that out!

The multi-level headers look much better, that’s another good suggestion.

Many thanks again for sharing your thoughts!

:grinning:

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